"Phil Laut and Andy Fuehl are money masters! The information and the application of their wisdom is what will allow you to attract the wealth you deserve." -Jeffery Combs author of More Heart than Talent "I was fortunate enough to learn many years ago that working is the very worst way to earn money. Work is made for us, we are not made for work. Our work is meant to provide us with satisfaction. We should do what we love and love what we do." -Bob Proctor author of the bestselling book, You Were Born Rich "Standing out in a plethora of 'get rich' books, Wealth Without a Job goes beyond the predictable 'set goals, work hard, and pretend to be happy' approach; rather, it inspires, cajoles, and leads readers through known and tested paths to financial freedom. Phil Laut and Andy Fuehl don't just seek to change your wealth, however. Be prepared for a deeper understanding of both economics and how your mind thinks and works, so that you and your goals are driven towards each other. A compelling read." -Dr. Dolf de Roos author of the New York Times bestseller, Real Estate RichesBiografía del autor:
PHIL LAUT, formerly a financial controller at Digital Equipment, has been involved in the personal development field for twenty-five years and first self-published Money Is My Friend in 1979. He sold over 300,000 copies, and ten years later, Ballantine republished the book. ANDY FUEHL is a recognized teacher of business psychology. His specialty is teaching people to succeed at entrepreneurial ventures. He has also managed global telecommunications programs for several Fortune 500 companies such as AT&T, Bell Labs, and Motorola. He has self-published a book entitled Profiting in Turbulent Times. Both Phil and Andy teach courses throughout the world about the topics in this book.
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