Reading List // How to Make Money – Revisited

The recommended reading list of books below, was referenced in How to Make Money – Revisited.

If you want a time machine that takes you into a pre-Depression era on entrepreneurialism, and then punch the button to return to the present day; this is for you.

“How to Make Money” was originally published during the ‘Roaring Twenties,’ yet contains timeless secrets of financial security, personal development and motivation that were sorely lacking by the end of that decade. {Precious few original copies are believed to have survived the Great Depression.} The prescriptions of this text were prophetic medicine, foreshadowing the economic collapse of 1929, and the ‘-Revisited’ version adds content designed to make it more relevant to the present day.  Expanded bonus-material includes resources for increasing your influence with social media, recommended podcasts/blogs, a reading list of books to jump-start your business development, and some creative business ideas to stimulate the “Inner Entrepreneur,” requiring little or no capital to launch.

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Overcoming an extended disability through a complete overhaul of diet and nutrition, DrDIY embraced traditional naturopathy and combined the wisdom of nature with the principles of modern sanitation to help build more sustainable systems within the food industry. He continues to study and practice holistic nutrition, food-safety, detoxification, and self-improvement and this site represents personal experience and opinion - and does not reflect the position of any employer past or present.

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