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It is Not an Accident to Be Wealthy

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It is Not an Accident to Be Wealthy is about investment in innovative and sustainable business. You do not need to be where your money is being made. The money you plant yields and you later enjoy dividends that have no end.
In this case forming of companies and buying of founder member shares is the name of the game. It is a game that ordinary people do not understand. They only understand shares of quoted companies that have gone beyond PPO (Private Placement Offer) and are at IPO (Initial Public Offer).
According to Bob Proctor in The Secret, by Rhonda Byrne, 1 percent of the population earns around 96 percent of all the money that’s being earned. It is not an accident.
If you still sleep in the mediocrity of trusting traditional way of doing business, DON’T READ THIS BOOK! If you want to get out of the traditional way of doing business, MAKE SURE YOU READ THIS BOOK!
One way to be miserable after retirement is to make sure that you do nothing else apart from your job, the job you are a slave to, and the job you do, not because you like, but because you have to.
You can change your ordinary life from that of working for money that runs away from you to the one in which the money works for you and runs to you. That kind of life is found in investments, not in employment or self-employment.
James Kemoli Amata, a 1976 Bachelor of Education (Arts) graduate of the University of Nairobi, is a Preventive Health Care Network Consultant, retired secondary school teacher of (Christian Religious Education and) Kiswahili and a farmer-like author whose titles include Highly Regretted: An autobiography of a bad teacher, published by AuthorHouse in 2010.

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