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Thriving on Less By Leo Babauta

The recent economic recession has a lot of people worried, about their jobs, their businesses, their homes and their bills. When your income is dropping or in jeopardy and you still have a mountain of bills to pay, things can get pretty scary.

However, tough economic times do not have to be a time of struggles! If you look for the opportunity in the middle of difficulty, as Mr. Einstein suggested, then tough economic times become an opportunity to transform your life.

Monetizing Online Forums By Patrick O’Keefe

“Monetizing Online Forums” is not about squeezing every last dime out of your forums. Instead, it is a detailed guide to making money the right way with the right methods. Over monetization can kill a forum – with this guide, we aim to help people monetize appropriately, ensuring the long term stability of their forums.

The Science of Getting Rich By Wallace D. Wattles

This is one of the works that inspired Rhonda Byrne’s book ‘The Secret.’

The author wrote The Science of Getting Rich in 1910. Although the style and cultural references contained in the text are relevant to the period in which it was written, the wisdom contained in this book is timeless. The Science of Getting Rich is the perfect book for anyone who wishes to change their circumstances for the better.

The Science Of Money By Dada Bhagwan

Money has its own importance in our life. The world considers money and wealth as one of the most important things in life. People have more love for money because it is needed in everything they do. That is why there is fight all around the world to get more money, by ethical or unethical means. People have been bothered by the uneven distribution of money and wealth. In this dangerous era of Kaliyug, it is very difficult to remain ethical and honest in matters of money.

In the presented book on the world of money as seen by Param Pujya Dadashri the Gnani Purush (the enlightened one), Dadashri has shared his view on money, charity, use of money. According to him, money is the reward of one’s merit karmas from one’s past life. Wealth comes your way when you give help to others, not otherwise. Wealth comes to those who have the desire to share. Lack of understanding of the science of money has perpetuated greed for money which leads to worldly life after life (avatars).

Noble Use Of Money By Dada Bhagwan

In the book “Noble Use of Money”, Gnani Purush (embodiment of Self knowledge) Dada Bhagwan explains that best charity means to offer happiness to others, for “when you give happiness to others, you get happiness in return”.

Dadashri provides answers to questions such as:

“Why is it helpful to donate to charity?”

“What are the reasons to make an anonymous donation?”

“Of the many charities to donate to, what are the best charities to donate to?”

“Is giving to charity part of leading a spiritual life?”

“Is giving to charity part of leading a spiritual life?”

Among the many spiritual books available today, it is rare to find spiritual guidance related to the highest use of money – charity donations. This resource offering spiritual advice on how to make a donation, and why to make an anonymous donation, is sure to prove invaluable.

Dadashri explains that, among the many ways to be happier, the simplest way to “buy happiness” is giving away money, especially in the form of anonymous donations.

Rich But Always Broke by Chike David

Rich but always broke is a book on personal financial management. It exposes certain financial mistakes that are common with young earners. it further offets some suggestions on how to avoid such mistakes.

Written in a conversational manner and embellished with short real life stories. It is a must read for every young earner who desires to overcome personal finance frustrations.

The Art of Money Getting by P. T. Barnum

Phineas Taylor Barnum (July 5, 1810 – April 7, 1891) was an American showman, politician, and businessman remembered for promoting celebrated hoaxes and for founding the Barnum & Bailey Circus (1871–2017). He was also an author, publisher, and philanthropist, though he said of himself: “I am a showman by profession… and all the gilding shall make nothing else of me”. According to his critics, his personal aim was “to put money in his own coffers.” He is widely credited with coining the adage “There’s a sucker born every minute”, although no proof can be found of him saying this.

Barnum became a small business owner in his early twenties and founded a weekly newspaper before moving to New York City in 1834. He embarked on an entertainment career, first with a variety troupe called “Barnum’s Grand Scientific and Musical Theater”, and soon after by purchasing Scudder’s American Museum which he renamed after himself. He used the museum as a platform to promote hoaxes and human curiosities such as the Fiji mermaid and General Tom Thumb. In 1850, he promoted the American tour of Swedish opera singer Jenny Lind, paying her an unprecedented $1,000 a night for 150 nights.