As a Man Saveth (Heal Your World)

From Amazon: The latest advance in attaining success offers a revolutionary discovery by fully taking over the reins of what you think, feel and take action to break free from an unpleasant life that is wreaking havoc in your finances, relationships and self-esteem. As A Man Saveth (Heal Your World) by Laban T. M’mbololo, Esq. will envision a more invigorating life in your mind, empower and equip you through conditioning your belief system by tapping into the unimaginable potentialities of your mind to consistently say, do the right things at the right time and in the right way and that will make you accomplish twenty times more than what the average person would.

My Review: This book is about how one would best build their personal wealth for now and in the future. Different models are given and examples. I find that I already follow many of the different thoughts to build a safe financial future. Aside from savings and having a revocable trust, we spend from our checking account only. We have a mix of 401K’s, I run my own company and under that company I have different branches. Those include, but are not limited to an online art gallery, more than 30 books in print with many of them best-selling and award-winning. I use multiple online and brick and mortar businesses in which I sell. My successful blog receives numerous hits each day, I host book tours, I have IPO stock and crypto amounts from more than one type, plus stock bought from major businesses. That is a partial list. The key point is, once you have your main job in a secure manner, branch out, not with a second job, but a side business that runs with little involvement. I’m set up so that money earned under my company is directly channeled to my revocable trust. You can do a similar set up using your strengths.

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