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Are you choosing Wealth in a wheelchair?

What is the point of being wealthy at 70 when you may be on a wheel chair and without enough energy to enjoy your wealth?

Wealth in a wheelchair?

I remember when I first saw this picture with the old couple so exhausted, they couldn’t make it through their tour of Venice. My initial thoughts were, Oh, I am not waiting for retirement to travel the world, I’m seeing it right away! but after reading this book, I knew I also wanted to do a lot more things with money WHILE I’ve still got the energy!

What is the point of being wealthy at 70 when you may be on a wheel chair and without enough energy to enjoy your wealth?

What’s the point of being wealthy at 65/70 when you may not be alive to enjoy it?

GET WEALTHY YOUNG SO YOU CAN ENJOY SPENDING IT!

Chill & hear what MJ DeMarco is saying in his book –

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Answering Hard Money Questions.

So you want to retire young? what plans have you put in place to achieve this? how much do you need to live comfortably at retirement? At what age do you want to retire? It’s the hard questions that we keep putting off that make us remain where we are. Maybe the Parable of Dollars can help – Tosan A.

BOOK REVIEW: THE PARABLE OF DOLLARS – PROVEN STRATEGIES FOR YOUR FINANCIAL SUCCESS BY SAM ADEYEMI /PNEUMA PUBLISHING/2001/ 179 PAGES

The Parable of Dollars is a direct reference to the popular parable of the talents in the bible as told by Jesus Christ, only this time, the author Sam Adeyemi uses money – a universal language to illustrate in contrast to talents or God-given gifts as it is popularly related to. The use of dollars was to represent the universality of money which is the now the case study in this text.

the parable of dollars

The book has eight chapters and hard hitting questions at the end of each chapter that forces you to stop and think about the changes you need to make to change or improve your financial position. It speaks to mainly to Christians and strives to squash age-old beliefs relating to prosperity and finances. He writes like a trainer/lecturer making sure that the reader participates and gets the message.

The book challenges Christians to stop associating Christianity with poverty but to endeavor to be true ambassadors for Christ by ensuring that everything about their lives reflects the redemption and resurrection of Christ in not just spiritual things but also physical things.

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