3 Dimensional Wealth: A Radically Sane Perspective on Wealth Management

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3 Dimensional Wealth Publishing, 2005 - Business & Economics - 132 pages
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By today's standards, wealth is generally measured by one's financial status. In 3 Dimensional Wealth, veteran financial advisors Monroe M. Diefendorf, Jr and Robert Sterling Madden offer a radically sane perspective on wealth that reveals how tangible assets such as money, property, and possessions are only one aspect of wealth. The 3 Dimensional Wealth premise is simple: replace preconceived notions of wealth with a more encompassing perspective that includes personal (who you are), financial (what you have), and social (how you make a difference) dimensions for a total measurement of your life. The authors reveal how to transition your life from a traditional one-dimensional approach concerning wealth to a three dimensional life that has greater significance. This self-discovery journey will challenge you to strive for a more meaningful existence.

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Introduction
3
Built to Last
29
Personal Wealth
43
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