The Millionaire’s Ten Commandments

Millionaire's Ten Commandments, Wealth BuildingBy Jay.C PolmarThis extraordinary quick-read book will begin your journey to achieving more wealth in your life by helping you learn the ethics and morality of the world's millionaires. In a half hour, you'll learn the secrets and avoid the pitfalls.

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Learn the 10 Commandments understood and followed by the wealthy and those on their way to becoming…

  1. GIVE THANKS
  2. BE ECSTATIC
  3. BE GENEROUS
  4. FEEL WEALTHY
  5. ACT SUCCESSFULLY
  6. GET INVOLVED
  7. SPEND $$$ WISELY
  8. BE MOTIVATED
  9. BE COMMITTED
  10. TOTAL HONESTY

This extraordinary quick-read book will begin your journey to achieving more wealth in your life by helping you learn the ethics and morality of the world’s millionaires. In a half hour, you’ll learn the secrets and avoid the pitfalls. All the valuable speed reading techniques and methods are contained in this book.
As part of Dr. J.C. Polmar’s “The Book On Money,” you’ll get a preview of all that you can learn by spending a few moments every day with the theories, courses, audio programs, and on-line classes that will prepare you mentally for the success that follows.

About the Author: Dr. J.C. Polmar, former director of Life Improvement Foundation for Education, Institute of Human Dynamics, Center for Self-Improvement, and BIO Unlimited Seminars is a noted author, lecturer, and research therapist who was a corporate sales executive in his younger years who applied the theories of success he had studied. Over many years, he earned his doctorate in philosophy and specialized in brain/mind research. His books include a complete series of speed reading books and audio programs available from Speedread America and The Millionaire’s Ten Commandments, The Book on Money, ThinkRIght, The Path to Your Future is Not Behind You, Money-Power-and-Sex, and Hurt At Work In America. His audio programs cover most aspects of human life, success and prosperity, and education. Dr. Polmar retired in 1995.