Most get-rich books are gimmicky. They focus on one artificial technique like cutting out lattes that will supposedly make you a millionaire (in thirty years, maybe). But for many of us, the enormity of the challenge leads to fear, confusion, frustration, and failure. What if there was a "no fear" path to success that allowed you to use what you already know-the people, places, and opportunities right in front of you-to give you a real chance at making real money? National financial commentator Jennifer Openshaw leads the way in The Millionaire Zone. Based on research of the Forbes 400 Richest and surveys of over 3,000 Americans, Openshaw's seven-pronged plan teaches you how to redefine your comfort zone and avoid the excuses that hold so many of us back. Whether an employee, investor, or entrepreneur, you'll discover what other "Zoners" have: that surrounding yourself with familiar things-what Openshaw calls your "LifeNet"-will empower you to overcome your fears and jump-start your financial life. Thousands have already reached the Millionaire Zone using Openshaw's winning strategies. Her straightforward, simple program is exactly what millions of Americans are looking for.
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"Marguerite Gavin brings a level of authenticity and sincerity to her narration of Openshaw's work about using networking and entrepreneurship to achieve personal wealth. Gavin's smooth tones and comfortable delivery make her style conversational in tone and easy for the listener to follow. One forgets that this is a professional reading of a text--Gavin sounds like a close friend or family member telling personal anecdotes, so warm and intimate is her tone. Her ability to imitate the rhythm of real speech with rounded vowels and slight pauses ensures that this recording is easy on the ears and mind. M.R. (c) AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine"
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