Wealth & Personal Fulfillment through Unique Education
The Road not Taken (by Robert Frost):
Help for All Americans
The American Dream—with its promise of a predictable life path of college, career, pension, and retirement—is in peril. Successes that are dependent on systems and programs set up by Uncle Sam and higher education may not be able to deliver on their promises. In Prince or Pauper, Peter Yachimski blends a sweeping historical perspective with incisive economic commentary and insights from his financial advisory practice to debunk myths and open a door to your personal success, including:
- How to identify the #1 enemy of your financial health—and the practical steps you can take to beat Big Government and Big Business at their own game.
- What the legendary princes of American commerce—such as Carnegie, Vanderbilt, and Rockefeller—did to thrive during tough economic times…and how you can use the same strategies to change your own destiny.
- Why everything you probably believe about assets, liabilities, and portfolio diversification is probably wrong—and how you can realign your educational paradigm to your advantage.
- How changing your perspective, thinking, and attitude—and the way you use your so-called spare time—can dramatically improve your future financial prospects and overall happiness.
In an era with daunting challenges facing national and local governments as well as home budgets, Yachimski ultimately offers a resounding voice of hope: You don’t have to be born into wealth to become a prince—and you can free yourself from misinformation and avoid the ever-present traps that lead down the road of the pauper, starting today!