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The Resource Make more money : secrets from the world's greatest financial classics, interpretations by Karen McCreadie, Tim Phillips and Steve Shipside

Make more money : secrets from the world's greatest financial classics, interpretations by Karen McCreadie, Tim Phillips and Steve Shipside

Label
Make more money : secrets from the world's greatest financial classics
Title
Make more money
Title remainder
secrets from the world's greatest financial classics
Statement of responsibility
interpretations by Karen McCreadie, Tim Phillips and Steve Shipside
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Make more money brings together some of the greatest ideas on wealth and finance from four classic books: Napoleon Hll's Think and grow rich; Benjamin Franklin's The way to wealth; George S. Clason's The richest man in Babylon and Charles Mackay's Extraordinary popular delusions and the madness of crowds
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Cataloging source
EBLCP
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McCreadie, Karen
Dewey number
332.024
Index
no index present
LC call number
HG179
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1967-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Phillips, Tim
  • Shipside, Steve
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Finance, Personal
  • BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • Finance, Personal
Label
Make more money : secrets from the world's greatest financial classics, interpretations by Karen McCreadie, Tim Phillips and Steve Shipside
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front cover; Front page; Front matter; Copyright; Table of contents; Front matter intro; 1 Find your definite major purpose; 2 Opportunity can sneak in by the back door; 3 Thoughts have power; 4 What does your vocabulary say about you?; 5 Maintain an open mind; 6 Commit or don't bother trying; 7 Be a practical dreamer; 8 Religion does not have exclusive rights to faith; 9 Engage your emotions toward your goal; 10 No such thing as bad luck; 11 Appoint a sentry to your mind; 12 Education doesn't equal intelligence; 13 Get along with others; 14 It's never too late to learn
  • 15 Use your imagination16 Ideas without action are impotent; 17 If the first plan fails, get a new one; 18 Everyone can change if they want to; 19 Make a decision and stick to it; 20 Pass the persistence test; 21 A quitter never wins, and a winner never quits; 22 Persistence versus stupidity; 23 Form a master mind group; 24 The mystery of sex transmutation; 25 Use your willpower to change your mind; 26 What's in your mental filing cabinet?; 27 The subconscious never sleeps; 28 The mystery of the brain; 29 Sitting for ideas; 30 Use meditation to super-charge your thoughts
  • 31 Employ an invisible councilThe Richest Man in Babylon; 32 Let rebellion sweep you to change; 33 Birds of a feather flock together; 34 Hard work is no guarantee of wealth; 35 Seek wise advice; 36 You get what you focus on; 37 Fickle fate won't make you rich; 38 The Scrooge effect; 39 The first lesson -- pay yourself first; 40 Seek wise advice -- from the right people!; 41 Definiteness of purpose; 42 Discipline and consistency are key; 43 If it seems to good to be true it probably is; 44 Pay fair taxes; 45 Start thy purse to fattening; 46 Control expenditure; 47 Make money multiply
  • 48 New ways to make money multiply49 The miracle of compound interest; 50 Guard against loss; 51 Own your own home; 52 Insure for the future; 53 Increase your ability to earn; 54 Pay debts ; 55 Is there a way to attract good luck?; 56 Good luck rewards those who accept opportunity; 57 Don't delay -- procrastination destroys opportunity; 58 Prove your worth; 59 Invest with wise men; 60 Good debt vs bad debt; 61 Spread your risk; 62 Beware anything flaming!; 63 What colour do you see the world?; 64 Don't run from debt; 65 Determination can solve anything; 66 The importance of setting goals
  • 67 Dabasir's debt-recovery plan68 Where does your money go?; 69 The importance of the entrepreneurial spirit; The Way to Wealth; 70 No pain, no gain; 71 So are you feeling lucky?; 72 Slugs, speedsters and dead sharks; 73 Debt and despair; 74 To thine own self be true; 75 Keeping retail real; 76 If you have to shop, shop smart; 77 Many a mickle; 78 Eating the elephant; 79 Do be do be do ... ; 80 Be physically fit enough to earn a fortune; 81 The art of the tart; Rate tart quick start; 82 D-Day; 83 Saving the day; 84 Not saving but drowning; 85 Don't get bogged down in the bad times; 86 Get help
  • 87 Don't sell yourself short -- get that rise
Control code
645937895
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781907518300
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other control number
9781906821180
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
a48cf36a-d0d8-4e32-862e-8b598f57e5f9
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)645937895
Label
Make more money : secrets from the world's greatest financial classics, interpretations by Karen McCreadie, Tim Phillips and Steve Shipside
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front cover; Front page; Front matter; Copyright; Table of contents; Front matter intro; 1 Find your definite major purpose; 2 Opportunity can sneak in by the back door; 3 Thoughts have power; 4 What does your vocabulary say about you?; 5 Maintain an open mind; 6 Commit or don't bother trying; 7 Be a practical dreamer; 8 Religion does not have exclusive rights to faith; 9 Engage your emotions toward your goal; 10 No such thing as bad luck; 11 Appoint a sentry to your mind; 12 Education doesn't equal intelligence; 13 Get along with others; 14 It's never too late to learn
  • 15 Use your imagination16 Ideas without action are impotent; 17 If the first plan fails, get a new one; 18 Everyone can change if they want to; 19 Make a decision and stick to it; 20 Pass the persistence test; 21 A quitter never wins, and a winner never quits; 22 Persistence versus stupidity; 23 Form a master mind group; 24 The mystery of sex transmutation; 25 Use your willpower to change your mind; 26 What's in your mental filing cabinet?; 27 The subconscious never sleeps; 28 The mystery of the brain; 29 Sitting for ideas; 30 Use meditation to super-charge your thoughts
  • 31 Employ an invisible councilThe Richest Man in Babylon; 32 Let rebellion sweep you to change; 33 Birds of a feather flock together; 34 Hard work is no guarantee of wealth; 35 Seek wise advice; 36 You get what you focus on; 37 Fickle fate won't make you rich; 38 The Scrooge effect; 39 The first lesson -- pay yourself first; 40 Seek wise advice -- from the right people!; 41 Definiteness of purpose; 42 Discipline and consistency are key; 43 If it seems to good to be true it probably is; 44 Pay fair taxes; 45 Start thy purse to fattening; 46 Control expenditure; 47 Make money multiply
  • 48 New ways to make money multiply49 The miracle of compound interest; 50 Guard against loss; 51 Own your own home; 52 Insure for the future; 53 Increase your ability to earn; 54 Pay debts ; 55 Is there a way to attract good luck?; 56 Good luck rewards those who accept opportunity; 57 Don't delay -- procrastination destroys opportunity; 58 Prove your worth; 59 Invest with wise men; 60 Good debt vs bad debt; 61 Spread your risk; 62 Beware anything flaming!; 63 What colour do you see the world?; 64 Don't run from debt; 65 Determination can solve anything; 66 The importance of setting goals
  • 67 Dabasir's debt-recovery plan68 Where does your money go?; 69 The importance of the entrepreneurial spirit; The Way to Wealth; 70 No pain, no gain; 71 So are you feeling lucky?; 72 Slugs, speedsters and dead sharks; 73 Debt and despair; 74 To thine own self be true; 75 Keeping retail real; 76 If you have to shop, shop smart; 77 Many a mickle; 78 Eating the elephant; 79 Do be do be do ... ; 80 Be physically fit enough to earn a fortune; 81 The art of the tart; Rate tart quick start; 82 D-Day; 83 Saving the day; 84 Not saving but drowning; 85 Don't get bogged down in the bad times; 86 Get help
  • 87 Don't sell yourself short -- get that rise
Control code
645937895
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781907518300
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other control number
9781906821180
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
a48cf36a-d0d8-4e32-862e-8b598f57e5f9
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)645937895

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