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3 Things I love About “The Rich Employee” by James

FIRST thing I love about the book is the “dedication” page because it can read as fiction or non-fiction…

Dedication The Rich Employee

It could be the beginning of a science fiction novel (“In a world…”), OR, it could be the beginning of what the book is all about: A helpful tool on how to get the mind-set to be both an employee and make money at it.  


“We all need money, thank you very much, and not all of us are cut out to be entrepreneurs.”

I am stepping my own toes into the “entrepreneurship world”.

And let me tell you, being all grown-up, you know?… Read the rest

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Did I Marry James Altucher Just For The Money?

Yes, no, maybe, I don’t know… YES I KNOW!  Of course I know the answer to that question.

Someone wanted to know.


I will say one thing:

After paying the rent for many a boyfriend before I met James, when the time  came and I was finally ready and clear on what type of relationship I wanted (the type that would be real and solid) money WAS a factor.

Yes it was, as it should be for anyone considering a life-time partnership.

That being said, money is never the real decision maker if you want THE REAL THING… At least in my experience.… Read the rest

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James and Me Talk To Chris Brogan

Chris Brogan put together a podcast with James and Me speaking.  Together but separately…

James talks of his brand new book “The Choose Yourself Guide To Wealth”, and then I come in talking about how to “Become An Idea Machine”

I like the combo so you can see both our energies in one recording, even though the podcasts were released on different days.  And if you like it, check out where we answer questions from listeners every day.

This is what Chris wrote in the post that goes with the podcast:

James Altucher has written the Choose Yourself Guide to Wealth, and Claudia Altucher has written Become an Idea Machine.… Read the rest

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“The Power Of No” Is $1.99 (80% Discount) For This Week

Publishers don’t usually do this, so I am grateful to Hay House for offering the book for less than a [Starbucks] cup of coffee…  And of course, I wanted to spread the word.

I hope you get it because this is a once-in-a-life-time offer as I have no control over the price.

I don’t much like writing short posts like this that only talk about a price reduction, but the reality is this is quite a steep discount, so I wanted you to know.

Okay, the link on the photo won’t work because blogger is not letting me add a link to the photo… But, you can click here to get it.

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