Kindle Why I Believe in Poverty as the Richest Experience That ✓

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12 thoughts on “Why I Believe in Poverty as the Richest Experience That Can Come to a Boy

  1. says:

    good uick read Often I hear 'poor' people complain about the rich but they do not realize that many people who abound in wealth began in the very same place; at the bottom I've been rich AND poor and each experience has been lesson filled I do not complain about my lot I act As did Edward Bok who seized every opportunity to climb the ladder back to the top It just takes a little creative thinking and follow through I particularly enjoyed his story about the lemonade sales

  2. says:

    This is of a rebuttal to correspondence that Edward received than a book But it was a book so I'll review it Edward describes how he had to find ways to make money as a child to disprove comments about his being raised as a rich child who doesn't know the value of money He seems very insistent to make this point but it's understandable as I imagine he gets lots of correspondence from people with this challengeI find it interesting to note that although a lot of this talk still exists a lot of these ways that you could once earn money as a child are now banned as in the example of selling lemonade This was a uick read About 16 small pages Interesting if short Overall poverty could be a rich experience if you're looking back at it through nostalgia from a completely different place