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"I opened this book on a break at work, and I couldn't put it down. I shut the door to my office and actually finished the whole book...in one sitting...at work! Omer is a talented,talented man. This book is excellent!" _from the vice presidentof a multi-national company
"I've read six books this month, and 'Give and Grow Rich' is by far myfavorite! It is the perfect combination of theory and practice." _from a teacher and light fixtures designer
"Short, sweet, and to the point. I like the 3 Musketeers (aka the 3Middle Men)! We can definitely imitate their examples. I already am!" _from a physical therapist
From the Author
For almost 6 years, I've been married to the hottest mama you've ever seen! Her name is Hannah, and we have three beautiful children--because they all look like their mom of course! I've been writing for over 6 years--blogs, monthly newsletters, pamphlets, articles for newspapers and magazines. I've written three books for friends and family, the most recent of which I released on Amazon (December 2014). My newest book, Give and Grow Rich, is my first "official" book launch. I hope you enjoy reading it as much I enjoyed writing it!
This book is the financial literature equivalent of a diamond, formed by taking a whole lot of research, advice, good sense, and spiritual wisdom then super-compressing it into an attractive, valuable, and rather small package. Redden doesn't overwhelm you with strategies to beat the markets or gag you with the "follow your dreams" fluff that saturate the financial self-help world. Instead he gets to the heart of the matter, which is, concisely, your heart. It is easy to overlook that one can be a poor man whether he makes $20,000 a year or $20,000,000 based on how he perceives his world and his wealth. From thinking like a rich man and giving like a billionaire to the practical steps to get out of debt, Redden gets down to business while staying down to earth.
Practical. Approachable. Full of wisdom. Short enough to read in one sitting. Give and Grow Rich is fresh air in a world filled with financial frustration.
“Give and Grow Rich” is a well researched, no fluff book full of financial wisdom that is condensed, concise and gets right to the point: how to gain control of your financial destiny by doing what those people who have already succeeded did. From the mindset of the poor to the rich, the middleman to the billionaire, author Omer Redden is an authority when it comes to delivering the truth on what it takes to become independent wealthy.
Based on real interviews, Omer interviewed 7 people from 7 different income brackets, ranging from $20,000 per year to $1million per year. He asked each of them the same 15 questions, and as he listened to their answers, saw the trends between the poor, the middle, and the rich. This is the research this book is based on.
In Give and Grow Rich, here is what you will find:
— You will learn how the poor, middle, and rich think about money. — You will learn how your beliefs about money drive your actions. — You will learn how two billionaires rose to the top, then gave it all away, and tried to die penniless. — If you're a parent, you will learn how you can teach your kids about money so that they can learn to be rich as well.
Towards the end of the book, Omer encourages readers to take action RIGHT NOW and don’t wait. He introduces six ways readers can take action today by:
1. Changing your mindset 2. Start budgeting consistently 3. Give consistently 4. Save consistently 5. Get out of debt 6. Pay it forward
Packed with real world information that comes straight form the sources that are living financially free today, this book is a must-have in your financial library for books!
I like reading different perspectives about obtaining wealth and this book is in the same spirit as Napoleon Hill's, but with a twist. The author makes no qulams about his religious beliefs and how they relate to money. The giving aspects and philosophies of this book are up front and center, but if you read the subtext, and sometimes right in the text, the book outlines a philosophy of living that hasn't been around since the fifties. Women in the home, men who take care of their families by teaching them and treating them fairly when it comes to learning how to control their own desires for needless items and wasteful spending that destroys wealth. Sure giving is at the core of this book, but also a message of responsibility and lost things like discipline and hard work and supporting your fellow “man.” Concepts that have been frankly destoyed by criminal capitalism and reality shows that hold up disgusting venoumous vipers as victors with the spoils we should all want instead of the villains of humanity that they most certainly are. I'm so not religious, but this author's pratice of it just may save the future from financial and spiritual ruin. Great work. Lots of good advice in here.
I love how this book focuses on change from within- mindset, self-talk, attitude and beliefs. For me, that is where the crux of change lies- within.
The language of the book is straightforward and simple, and you won't have to beat around the bush to understand anything that is said. I enjoyed how humor and wit is sprinkled generously throughout the book, and the author is so insightful that he has anticipated the reader's reaction in many places, and addressed it effectively. The depth of understanding brought form by Omar Redden is pretty evident, and his exploration of the different mindsets is spectacular. I could find myself identifying with some of them, and also creating a path to move to the next. The case studies and examples shared by Omar support the case of 'being rich' beautifully.
What really stood out for me is the idea of 'rich' that the author propagates, and how it includes so much more than just money. It was intriguing for me to evaluate concepts of rich, enough, sufficiency and even giving. It is bound to make you think!