Wealth and Happiness Kindle Edition
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This book is not about investment strategies, saving for retirement, or other such wealth-management topics, and it is not a literary masterpiece. But this book is MEATY, with great advice for those of us who have financial security, and yet who are still searching for happiness. I continue to find more and more to highlight and to think about, long after I've put it away for the night. Great, great read.
In our country, people with money feel that they SHOULD be HAPPIER/EST, but that's not the case.
David Geller's book, Wealth & Happiness weaves a tale many of us can relate to AND offers real exercises we can do to better understand our true wealth.
They say, "You can't take it with you." This book will help you understand what to do with money to enrich your life. Hint: it's doesn't involve shopping!
It screams - wait - stop - hold on for a second - rest - think - pause.
This book is brilliantly structured. Flip to the end and you get David's Model. Punchy jabs of solid logic that made me flip back to the start and lead me into the story. That's the true magic of this read. His characterizations are spot on and relatable. He obviously knows the types of issues, feelings, and problems I'm trying to solve every day and like a fable I read to my children the smart help is wrapped up like the tasty cheese you hide your dogs medication in. Finally flip again to the back and there are practical, real world exercises that you can use to impact your life right away. Bottom line - this book is valuable time investment. OK - back to the treadmill.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book takes the scary topic of finances into the real world--helps readers prioritize, re-evaluate, calm down, stop worrying, and think clearly about wealth--what it means and... Read morePublished on November 23, 2012 by pdavis
The book is a great reminder that we all have priorities and most of us are not focusing on the important ones in our life. Read morePublished on March 12, 2012 by David W.
David Geller's book reminds us of some basic but essential truths, backed up by the latest research on what it is that makes us happy. Read morePublished on February 28, 2012 by Thomas Remington
If someone picks David Geller's book up from a coffee table, it can be a quick read (it's engaging), or a great read (it's relevant). Read morePublished on February 24, 2012 by brian cork