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The Richest Engineer

Mastering the Art of Wealth Creation
Written by: Abhishek Kumar
Narrated by: Siddhanta Pinto
Length: 6 hrs and 21 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (22 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A story that will unravel the secrets of the rich.  

"This is a very good book on managing personal finance. It gives clear principles to follow, which enable individuals to accumulate wealth by investing his or her income properly." (Sitaram Jindal, chairman and managing director, Jindal Aluminium Ltd.)

Have you ever wondered why some people get rich easily while others struggle financially all their lives? Is the difference because of their educational qualifications or their choice of jobs, business or investments? Is it that luck has favoured them selectively while bypassing the vast majority of people? Is it that they have special skills and are far more intelligent than others?  

The shocking answer is: none of the above!  

In his maiden novel, Abhishek Kumar reveals the timeless wisdom of wealth creation and accumulation and shows how anybody - no matter where they stand in life at this time - can become a millionaire. The rules provided in this book are not a get-rich-quick formula, but they do guide the listener to financial independence, which can be achieved on nothing more than an average salary. Through fictional conversations between two friends - Vinay, the financial wizard, and Ajay, his college mate - you will learn exactly what has been stopping you from becoming rich and how you can change yourself to live the life you always dreamt of - a life of wealth, abundance and financial freedom.

©2016 Abhishek Kumar (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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Very good version of "Rich Dad, Poor Dad"

A very good version of "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" specifically tailored for Indian Middle class.

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Brilliant Book to Start the JOURNEY

It's Eye Opener for anyone who wants to start there wealth journey , must know information for all the Indians especially who wants to be smart invester

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Indian way of American investment

really loved this book, far better than Chetan Bhagat, really hated Trump as final words, otherwise nice storytelling of real time investment to everyone, philanthropy part addition good as done in others book, No regret , thanks bro for good listening experience

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Every seafarer must read this !

I recommend this book to my Seafarers community, this will help them immensely in achieving Financial Independence!

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Good experience to relish.

I loved the whole experience of listening the book. After a long time I have completed a book. that too in a span of 5 days. Congrats the author and others into this project.

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an eye opener

these truths are never taught in schools and colleges. I wish I should have learnt these before.

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Indian version of RICH DAD POOR DAD

Indian version of rich dad poor dad by robert t kiyosaki. But had added an indian view point to the book

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