Dolf will cover everything - from what rich people think about work/life balance, economic conditions and world events, lifestyle, running a business, career success, parenting, and more.
To round out his Wealth-Maker strategies, Dolf has included money-making strategy sessions with some of the greatest money minds, wealth creators, and financial superstars in the world today.
You'll soon find yourself attracting more money, more opportunities, and more time for your family than you ever dreamed was possible. And it's truly as simple as adopting the psychology of the mega-rich!
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio.
©2006 Dolf De Roos (P)2006 Nightingale-Conant
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5 out of 5 stars
By Jorge Espinoza on 20-03-18

A very complete audiobook

What is great about this book is that it presents several different reknown authors. Hence, you get different opinions on different matters related to wealth building and self-development; high quality ones.

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3 out of 5 stars
By H. on 28-02-18

Only part of the content is Dolf de Roos

The Dolf de Roos part is great but the remainder of the material is a collection of Nightingale- Conant recordings. Some are good, some are outdated but what’s irksome is that one full lecture was devoted to pushing the particular religious beliefs of one of the speakers.

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