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Prosper!: How to Prepare for the Future and Create a World Worth Inheriting (Rich Dad Advisors) Audio CD – Audiobook, CD, Unabridged
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"Of those trying to decode the gathering fiasco of finance and economy, Martenson and Taggart get my vote as the smartest guys in the room. Their writing is lucid, wise, funny, and wide-ranging, and this book is indispensible, if you want to come out the other side of this crisis in one piece."―James Howard Kunstler, author of The Long Emergency and the World Made by Hand series
"I couldn't put Prosper! down. Whether you think things are getting better or getting worse, legacy living is the way to thrive, and this book tells you how to do it. Everyone needs to read Prosper!"―Joel Salatin, Plyface Farms
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This book focuses on the 8 forms of capital that they have already discussed in a podcast with the permaculture specialists. I listened to the podcast several times already, so I am already familiar with many of the ideas in this book. The concept of capital in other forms besides financial is key to changing your ideas of what holds true value in life. I highly recommend this book, as well as visiting their website peakprosperity.com to listen to their podcasts and read their articles.
That said, if you already know much of their work, you will already know much of what is in here.
There are no profound revelations, just great common sense condensed into one volume.
I believe in Chis & Adam, and I think most of you should too!
Chris and Adam are particularly good at presenting information to help shift narratives to ones that are more useful. Right now my major take away from “Prosper!” is presenting and clarifying the idea of prosperity being a function of 8 forms of capital. Our standard narrative would suggest that prosperity can be found with just lots of money and perhaps material goods. I think that most of us know that while money and material goods are an element of prosperity there is more to it if you really want a fulfilling life.
Their 8 forms of capital are:
“Your Money or Your Life” really brings forth the interrelations between financial capital, time capital, and material capital, honestly in a better way than “Prosper!” does. However, it really only hinted at the other forms of capital which Chris and Adam’s book make explicit. Thus I’m seeing “Prosper!” as a sort of companion book to “Your Money or Your Life” in helping to guide one to achieving a fulfilling life. They explain each of the forms and offer suggestions for actionable steps to deepen ones resources in each of them. I find that in many ways I have already been pursuing these various types of capital, but having this clear framework or narrative is really helping me to think about and more directly pursue them.Read more ›
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good book--well written, and the book itself is *not* a 'hard read' (i.e.: you can read, say, 1/2 chapter--put the book down for a while, then easily come back to it, and easily... Read morePublished 4 days ago by TxRancher
If you want to see what each individual can do to protect themselves with the economic, social and political disaster looming on the horizon, I recommend you read this book. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Tex Armadillo
Pretty informative except when they drift off to the liberal climate change and fracking pollutes the water BS.Published 26 days ago by Tman
Great book. Everyone who thinks about the future and who is concerned for their loved ones should read it.Published 1 month ago by pelteaux
Martenson's The Crash Course was brilliant. So I eagerly awaited what I thought would be a practical guide for how to prepare for the "next twenty years" as he puts it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by T Walker
Wonderful practical book with lots of useful information and wisdom.Published 2 months ago by Philip Labuschagne
I was disappointed with this book.I would not buy it, if I had it to do over. Basically, the recurring theme was to buy some land, learn how to have a homestead and get off the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ks L
Very helpful especially the concept of community capital (goodwill).Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
No help for American expats living abroad.
Chris doesn't offer any advise in his book or his paid for website for Americans who don't live inside the zoo. Read more