The four laws of debt free prosperity

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Chequemate International, 1996 - Business & Economics - 113 pages
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Paul Smith is in debt. He doesn't see a way out. A woman, Mary Sessions, teaches Paul the Four Laws of Debt-free prosperity. The reader learns, along with Paul, how to live a debt-free & happy life without increasing income, just allocating money effectively

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I like the parable format; just like other authors use for spiritual and business purposes. This story is an effective way of getting the message across; it doesn’t bog you down; it is pithy. I wish I could give this book to all the beggars out there! One of the best!

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This was pretty good. It got me motivated (for now anyway) to budget and track my money to save for the future. I'm not in debt, so that section didn't apply. I liked it better than The 5 Lessons a Millionaire Taught Me. Read full review

Contents

A Lady Named Maty
1
School Begins
15
The First Law
17
Copyright

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