Already being hailed as “the modern reader’s Think and Grow Rich!,” this lively, funny, penetrating book, follows on the heels of Chandler’s previous international bestsellers 100 Ways to Motivate Yourself and 100 Ways to Motivate Others. These 100 eye-opening ways to create wealth are drawn from the author’s successful careers, with many touching personal stories as well as stories and examples from the hundreds of clients these master coaches have advised. This book is chock full of ways to make money, deepen life’s pleasure, increase personal wage-earning power and start fresh entrepreneurial ideas right at home. Written for the age of the home-business entrepreneur, the book appeals to everyone from company CEOs, to life coaches, to stay-at-home moms, to internet fans to people who are simply thinking of converting that hobby into wealth. This is the deepest and most penetrating study yet of the psychology of prosperity, and the action steps necessary to produce wealth.
© 2007 by Steve Chandler and Sam Beckford
“If you put together the best of Anthony Robbins and Wayne Dyer what you would have still wouldn’t be half as good as Steve Chandler.”
“Sam Beckford is an inspired business leader and teacher who organizes his information in a way that makes it incredibly easy for anyone to follow. Sam is a master at helping people put ideas into action.”
Julie Morgenstern, columnist, O, The Oprah Magazine
“Sam Beckford and Steve Chandler are astonishing! They are fireball entrepreneurism and intergalactic wisdom all rolled up into one dynamic duo. As they coach you, fasten your seat belt and grab the throttle. Your life is about to blast off.”
Darby Checketts, author of Customer Astonishment
Steve Chandler has achieved the heights of public speaking and seminar training success, with more than twenty Fortune 500 clients. Chandler is a successful author, and his books include 100 Ways to Motivate Yourself, 100 Ways to Motivate Others, and Reinventing Yourself.
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- Publisher: Blackstone Audio
- Genre: Nonfiction/Business & Economics
- ISBN-13: 978-1-4829-7416-4