Economics as A Second Language (Esl): Creating Wealth - One Family Reunion at A Time

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iUniverse, Dec 31, 2009 - Family & Relationships
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With over 200 languages being spoken throughout the United States of America, one thing is abundantely clear and that is that it is not important what language one does or does not speak, the key to being sucessful in America and therefore any where in the world is weather or not one speaks the language of wealth creation and eonomic development. With lest than fi ve percent of the population controlling over ninety percent of the wealth it is incumbent upon those of lower social economic stratas to learn and implement the techniques required to gain and maintain access to capital through establishing family wealth and economic viability by pooling resources and training future generations in how wealth works and making sure that from one generation to the next there is suffi cient resources upon which to build for the future and beyond. "Economics as a Second Language" does just that.

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