Item description for 100 Ways to Create Wealth (100 Ways) by Steve Chandler & Sam Beckford...
Already being hailed as "the modern reader's Think and Grow Rich!" in this lively, funny, penetrating book, Chandler and co-author Sam Beckford follow 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.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 5.5" Height: 8.5" Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Release Date Jun 21, 2007
Publisher Robert D. Reed Publishers
ISBN 1931741786 ISBN13 9781931741781
Availability 0 units.
More About Steve Chandler & Sam Beckford
William Keiper is the author of The Power of Urgency: Playing to Win with Proactive Urgency, Life Expectancy: It's Never Too Late to Change Your Game, and The Presidential Essays series, including Amazon for President!, Apple for President! and Walmart for President! He serves committed individuals, company owners, executives, investors and others in urgently resolving their most challenging issues. He has also served as Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer, President and as a trusted advisor for a variety of public and private companies. In situations where the status quo will no longer be tolerated, he will accelerate the change process through rapid assessment and the speed and urgency of implementation. He earned a business degree with honors from Eastern Illinois University, a law degree from the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, and a Master's degree from the Thunderbird School of Global Management.
Steve Chandler currently resides in Gilbert, in the state of Arizona. Steve Chandler was born in 1944.
Reviews - What do customers think about 100 Ways to Create Wealth (100 Ways)?
Terrible Aug 14, 2008
This book is a compilation of clichès about making money that serves no purpose. Even if you want self-help literature you might find this too basic. Nothing to see here...
Truly original book Feb 28, 2008
Don't let the amateur graphics on the book cover fool you.
I have ready most self-improvement books for entrepreneurs on the market, and this one stands out. Truly.
The chapters are short, so it's an easy read. Some very unique concepts in here that I've enacted already. This book runs circles around every other book for entrepreneurs. It's a combination of Donald Trump, Brian Tracy, Tony Robbins, and John Maxwell.
Best $25 I've spent in years.
An excellent supplemental guide for anyone going into business for themselves Nov 3, 2007
Business consultant Steve Chandler and self-made millionaire Sam Beckford present 100 Ways to Create Wealth, a self-improvement guide to mastering the emotional and personal aspects of earning a respectable living. 100 Ways to Create Wealth lives up to its title by offering valuable tips, tricks, techniques, and attitudes to adopt; all suggestions are quite general and applicable to individuals enacting any business plan or enterprise. The recommendations, each of which is spared a few pages of discussion, include "Don't be a Wealth Wannabe", a warning against getting sucked into false moneymaking schemes such as pyramid scandals or dubious popular real estate trends; "Know Your Customer Better", an encouragement to focus on what the customer needs and stay in a positive mindframe rather than focus on one's own shortcomings; and "Open an Easy-Earned Money Account", which suggests creating a bank account solely for the money one didn't have to sweat bullets to obtain, and use that money to pay for guilt-free luxuries. An excellent supplemental guide for anyone going into business for themselves or otherwise looking to get ahead, without leaving principles or quality of life behind.
Full of wisdom Sep 7, 2007
The typical Steve Chandler book takes some things you already know and expresses them in a pithy and effective manner, and takes a few that you don't know and amplifies them in the same pithy and succinct manner. Those new thoughts invariably make you sit up, wrinkle your brow, and evaluate carefully. Dale Carnegie said "The ideas I stand for are not mine. I borrowed them from Socrates. I swiped them from Chesterfield. I stole them from Jesus. And I put them in a book. If you don't like their rules, whose would you use?" Well Steve does the same thing, which sounds simple, but is really quite difficult. He looks carefully at the world and offers you some ideas about how you can do better in whatever piece of it you are in.
I am not an entrepreneur, nor am I in a business where I can be promoted or hope to advance my career. I'm staying where I am, and happily doing so. Yet even for me there are many useful tidbits scattered around, little provokers to make me say "Hmmm, that's interesting." I'll focus on one tale which captures the spirit of their thinking. Sam Beckford is the owner of a string of music and dance studios. He was at a conference where the other participants were mostly martial arts studio owners. As they mentioned the size of their student bodies, the answers came "100," "175," "200." When Sam's turn came, he said "3000." Now every one there was at this conference looking for ways to increase their enrollment. Yet though they had a guy who had done precisely what they were hoping to do, no one came up to Sam and asked him what the heck he was doing. Their resource was the official program, the thing they had paid for. Staring them in the face was a resource that they knew had accomplished something, yet they ignored it. How often do we look at the established, designated, or approved sources, and not open our eyes to the data available to us?
I always enjoy Steve's mix of autobiography and humor peppered with quotes from innumerable great thinkers. And I like how he and Sam break the ideas presented into concrete pieces. I truly believe that nearly every problem, no matter how enormous, is just a collection of small problems, and solving the big one means solving the small ones in the proper sequence. Nice discrete ideas, small, implementable, and tidy, make this a book well worth reading.
Instructive, Entertaining, and Motivating Aug 29, 2007
"100 Ways to Create Wealth" is the third in Steve Chandler's "100 Ways Triology." Steve and Sam Beckford collaborate again to provide the reader with inspiration, wit, and motivation. They draw on experience from their own careers for stories as well as using illustrations from their clients and from those who have coached them along their journey to success.
The book is packed with action steps to take to think like an entrepreneur, ways to invest your energy, providing transformative direction. These steps will help you, whether you are on your own way to your first million dollar success story, or well along that journey to becoming a multimillionaire. I personally gained new creative insights that will help me put into practice Steve and Sam's powerful principles.
The format of the book lends itself to a quick perusal, reading for specific personal application. It is a book I want to keep as a ready reference, available as a stimulating resource. This is must reading for anyone wanting to produce and benefit from the advantages of wealth. "100 Ways to Create Wealth" is a very positive reading experience.