Forbes has called John Marks Templeton "one of the handful of true investment greats in a field of crowded mediocrity and bloated reputations." Templeton believes that his financial accomplishments are directly related to his strong convictions. Now he shares the secrets of his phenomenal success in 21 principles that provide readers with solid guidelines for prosperity and happiness.
He maintains that the common denominator connecting successful people with successful enterprises is a devotion to ethical and spiritual principles. He emphasizes the "laws of life" - truthfulness, perseverance, thrift, enthusiasm, humility and altruism - that can help everyone discover and develop their individual abilities. The practical steps he presents can improve anyone's personal and professional life.
They include: finding the positive in every negative, investing yourself in your work, giving the extra ounce, controlling your thoughts for effective action, winning through humility, and discovering new frontiers. Taken as a whole, these steps will help readers make lasting friendships and reap significant financial rewards.
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John Marks Templeton, regarded by Wall Street as one of the world's wisest investors, is the founder of the Templeton mutual fund group, which now manages more than $6 billion owned by more than 500,000 public investors. He started his investment career on a borrowed theory; which holds that you cannot start from nothing and end up with a large fortune in a single lifetime.
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Book Description Templeton Foundation Press, 1987. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Twenty-one invaluable principles for success, from "one of Wall Street's most successful and enduring mutual fund managers".--Wall Street Journal. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0062502867
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Book Description Templeton Foundation Press, 1987. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110062502867