The reason you should listen to Ben Stein is, quite simply, he says a lot of smart stuff about many different things. He's the wise old owl perched in a tree, waiting to answer all of your questions about life, marriage, work, and money.
Delivered with the dry, honest wit that millions of people have come to know and love, Ben Stein shares his advice on nearly every topic imaginable, from the importance of being a loving spouse to the folly of supply-side economics. Understand the value of punctuality, sleep, and diversification. Let his wisdom guide you in coping with loss, feelings of despair, and national deficits.
Stein's experience from Washington to Hollywood—and everywhere in between—makes him an ideal individual to offer guidance to others. His expertise in countless fields substantiates his keen observations on the range of challenges that people face every day. What Would Ben Stein Do? Well, he would read this book. Learn something new and useful from Ben Stein today.
I read this book. I enjoyed this book. This book had alot of great advice. His solutions to problems are so simple and elementary it makes you want to go, "Uh, duh, why didn't I... Read morePublished on January 12, 2012 by Michael L. Fraering
This is one of the best books I have read as applies to the problems that exist in our family. My 46 year old daughter and 3 boys (6,13,and 15) live with us as her job was... Read morePublished on December 14, 2011 by Dpark
This book is well-written. It is funny and quick to the point. While most of the book is just simply entertaining, I would say there are other parts of the book that are very... Read morePublished on December 12, 2011 by Quentin L. Smith
this is not the book for you. Ben Stein has no business giving advice on anything. He has no real understanding of personal finance or the stock market.Published on December 4, 2011 by Brian Clark
I received this book as a gift and devoured it in a few short days. While I thought I might get some sound financial advice and insights into our failing economy, I was surprised... Read morePublished on December 1, 2011 by Renae Garcia