- Tapa blanda: 299 páginas
- Editor: Harperbusiness; Edición: Reprint (1 de enero de 2000)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0887309348
- ISBN-13: 978-0887309342
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
Live Rich: Everything You Need to Know to Be Your Own Boss, Whoever You Work for (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 1 ene 2000
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Arguing that "living rich" is more about freedom than money, the authors encourage readers to work for themselves and take control of their finances. Reprint.
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I enjoyed the read. I liked the "theory" part of the book better than the "pratical" part. I wish he had made the "theory" part a bit longer.
I don't agree with everything that the author says, but I can't discount the value of the book. It is worth a read and will give you some real good advice without sentimental fluff.
Of course, this book is a career-oriented book, so if you are looking how to "live rich" religiously, philosophically, metaphysically, or whatever, look elsewhere. Most criticisms of Mr. Pollan's viewpoint on money is because the people criticizing his work are coming from a metaphysical or spiritual angle, while this book merely instructs on how to live richly in sense of a career. And he does that make it clear throughout the book (in telling people to use their career to get money and their other aspects of life to get other things).
I guess someone may accuse Mr. Pollan of advocating overly strict compartmentalisation of life. I can understand that point of view. Even if you are against Mr. Pollan's ideas in this sense, I suggest you still read this book. It will challenge you and is especially good for entreprenuers, who often get too involved in making their business big and "successful" without remembering about the bottom line--for them. This book is worthwhile on that account alone!