Category: Nonfiction, Business and Economics, Personal Finance, Wealth Management, Investing
Published Date: January 28, 2019
Total Words: 57,100 Paperback: 200 pages
Book Dimension: 5.5 x 8.5 x 0.5 inches
ISBN: 978-1-79827-873-4 (Paperback Amazon)
ISBN: 978-1-38639-963-6 (E-book D2D)
ISBN: 978-0-46359-769-9 (E-book SW)
You want to be rich, don’t you? Are you wondering what the wealthy do to get rich? Do they know something you don’t? Well, here’s the answer: The wealthy know the principles of wealth and they live by these principles.
If you’re serious about getting rich, Kelvin Wong can show you how. Despite being born into a lower-middle class family, and being poor along the way, Kelvin managed to retire a multimillionaire.
In this book, you'll learn how to:
• Get rid of wrong money beliefs and myths
• Develop successful habits and mindset of the wealthy
• Determine, monitor and improve your financial health
• Invest and compound wealth
• Identify and avoid get-rich-quick scams
• Develop multiple income streams
• Stay healthy so you can achieve more success
No matter what state of financial health you’re in right now, reading this book will change your mindset and how you see things when it comes to creating, accumulating and sharing wealth. You’ll discover how to think rich, get rich, stay rich, and share your riches to live a fulfilling life. The game of wealth can be won by anyone, from anywhere. Start living by the principles of wealth and you’ll be on your way to getting rich—slowly but surely!
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Kelvin Wong is a millionaire investor, landlord and author. He held senior management positions in multinational corporations before leaving corporate life in 2007 to focus on growing his own investments. Kelvin reached financial independence at 39 and owns a multimillion-dollar property portfolio in Singapore, Australia and Malaysia. A Dean’s List graduate, Kelvin holds a Bachelor of Business degree in Marketing & Management Science from Edith Cowan University. He writes about building wealth, investing, and achieving financial freedom in his free time.