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The RichLife: Ten Investments for True Wealth - How, What, and Where to Invest Paperback – August 1, 2011

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"His Master Investment 'is the one thing YOU CAN DO regardless of age or income, that will make the greatest difference between changing your life and not changing your life.' Discovering and living out our life's purpose is the goal he sets for us. All the rest of the 'wealth' will follow. This is an inspirational book to share with everyone you care about."
--Grady Harp, Amazon Top 50 Reviewer


"Rich and wealthy aren't the same thing. "The RichLife: Ten Investments for True Wealth" is a financial advisory guide from Beau Henderson as he advises people on how to maintain their money more effectively, build a financial IQ, and keep their money alive and avoid the disasters that can send one from riches to rags. "The RichLife" is a strong addition to self-help and personal finance collections, recommended."
-- Mary Cowper, Midwest Book Review


"Beau Henderson's magnificent and life-changing book, "The RichLife" is a clarion call at a time of national crisis for a principled approach to wealth creation; a step-by-step guide to the basic principles or "investments" which will bring true financial peace of mind, as well as a healthier society."
-- John J. Kelly


"Some sound nuggets of advice for those seeking a Rich Life."
-- Susanna Hutcheson

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The RichLife principle is built upon the concept that we are responsible to ourselves and to the community at large, to invest in and live out our life purpose in the best way possible.
With regards to Life Purpose, here is the secret: once you have identified your gifts and talents, the most direct way to securing success is to use them in the service of others.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 222 pages
  • Publisher: RichLife Advisors (August 1, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0984501029
  • ISBN-13: 978-0984501021
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (120 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,150,961 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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More than once in this book, Beau Henderson says that achieving the Rich Life is an "inside job"--meaning inside our mind set. He shares with readers the fiscal philosophy he has advocated for the hundreds who have become his clients, heard his popular radio show, and attended his seminars. Rather than considering money the most significant factor in measuring success in business and life, he labels dollars of any denomination "dead presidents on paper."

The Rich Life's vantage point: Money is not an end in itself, but a tool designed to help us serve others with greater impact.

Near the end of the book you'll benefit from his advice on choosing a financial adviser, as well as his tips for keeping your mind, body, and spirit refreshed.

I encourage you to purchase this book today. Share it with your loved ones, and then schedule frank, constructive family discussions about how you can improve what Henderson refers to as your "stewardship" of your assets.
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Beau Henderson's magnificent and life-changing book, "The RichLife: Ten Investments For True Wealth" goes far beyond the typical "how to get and stay wealthy" manual. Instead of giving the shopworn platitudes about things like budgeting and investing, Henderson has taken a more holistic approach. Henderson states at the beginning that in order to achieve true wealth and contentment, one must nurture their riches from several points of view, including the emotional, rational and, perhaps most importantly, spiritual. "The RichLife" is a clarion call at a time of national crisis for a principled approach to wealth creation; a step-by-step guide to the basic principles or "investments" which will bring true financial peace of mind, as well as a healthier society.

Henderson, a seasoned financial planner and founder of RichLife Advisors, warns the reader early in his book that they are in for some shocking insights and then proceeds to make a clear and concise case for changing the way we think about wealth. He begins with the story of his own personal epiphany after meeting a highly successful multi-millionaire. Henderson explains this man had just had a "massive heart attack" and appeared to be in failing health. And despite a beautiful household of expensive possessions, the multi-millionaire sadly held out his empty hands to the author and said, "This is what it comes down to." Henderson says that was the night that "a switch went off inside of him" and he understood that many of the things that he believed, many core values, were simply false.

The author contrasts that experience with working with another client who needed help "managing his middle class income," but lived in a home filled with laughter, happiness and love.
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Beau Henderson goes far further into a philosophy of living than the title of this book suggests. Yes, there is information about investing and about how to handle financial affairs, and if those are the directives the reader is seeking they will not be disappointed in the quality of financial counseling provided. But that is almost a sidebar to what Beau Henderson has to share here. This author, this fellowman, addresses the definition of what exactly is 'a RichLife' and that life is one that is less focused on money than on finding personal satisfaction and happiness as the qualifiers that determine whether or not we are able to achieve a rich life. Early on in his book Henderson states 'the quickest way to attract more of something in your life is to appreciate what you already have', going on to explain that Stewardship of our lives is investment #1: 'Stewardship can be defined as the behavior of an accountable person. Its root word is keeper, meaning on who cares for and manages people and things.' And as he defines and discusses the meaning of assets he shares 'There are three kinds of assets; human, physical, and financial. It is important to show good stewardship over all your assets, not just money.'

Henderson divides his book into 10 investments for true wealth - and surprisingly enough those investments are in ourselves. Identify our gifts and talents and then use them in the service of others.
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Length: 2:38 Mins
Enjoy your DAY! I share this motto with almost everything I do because I believe it's a choice. Everyone has an opportunity to make a difference in the lives around them. It can be a stranger that you share a smile with, or a person that you compliment. This book impacted my life, and I had to share this review. I love the stories, the message and the lessons, and I was compelled to make sure you have the opportunity to make a difference in your life. This book will change your perspective about wealth.
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