"Usingthe principles of Sun Tzu, the ancient general and military tactician, Cheungdraws parallels between military and financial strategies... Just as a militaryleader must observe the cycles of heaven and Earth, so should the financialplanner observe economic cycles and plan accordingly. The end result is apresentation of conventional wisdoms offered from an unconventional point ofview... sound strategies follow tried-and-true methods for achieving success..."
At 202 pages, I thought this would be an easy read with hopefully somepractical advice for financial management. It was more than I expected. I found myself captivated by the author's interweaving of the classic Art of War by Sun Tzu with his strategies for making money, so much so that as I read it the first time, I constantly dog-eared pages, went back to re-read parts of it, then found myself going through it all again, this time with a highlighter, making notes in the text and a list of ideasto employ as I try to put into practice some of the sound advice foundthroughout this book. Highly-recommended reading for anyone interestedin serious strategies for improving their financial position. I don'tgive out 5-star reviews, they have to be earned and this one earned it.As the new year starts, I have a list of strategies I'll be employing to put Sun Tzu: The Art of Making Money to the test. Buy this book, getout your highlighter and get ready to take notes.- The Book Reader
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From the Author
Sun Tzu The Art of MakingMoney became a reality when Cheung recognised that the principles ofwar outlined in Sun Tzu's The Art of War canbe directly translated into strategies for creating wealth. Sun Tzu'sstrategies allowed Cheung to realise that escaping debt and building afinancial empire would take more than simple cut backs.
A Beginners Guide to Making aMillion: 16 Golden Money Secrets to Becoming a Millionaire uses the imagery of a tinyacorn growing into a great oak tree to demonstrate his 8 lessons for increasingwealth. Cheung outlines every step of the process in simple terms, creating arealistic approach.