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Book: Why Are You Still A Slave? by Peter Johnson

Book: Why Are You Still A Slave? by Peter Johnson

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Author Peter Johnsonabout this book: Peter Johnson Authors "Why Are You Still A Slave" To Benefit Business Economics and Personal Development Aficionado's.

"Why Are You Still A Slave" or "WAYSAS" is the summary of everything people have asked author Peter Johnson about making money. The author is committed to assisting others in achieving personal and business freedom in his new book available now through BookPal.

(BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA) - Peter Johnson, has a lived a life of learning and has chosen to help others with the information he has gathered for his new book "Why Are You Still A Slave" or "WAYSAS" (ASIN: 1795597712). WAYAS is intended to free a readers thinking, and give them the hope and the faith they will need to succeed in business and personal life.

This is the first book for Peter Johnson, who has been publishing newsletters and directing seminars on the subject. He desires to help others free themselves from the bounds that hold them from success. His hope is to be the guy, whose ideas live on in the hearts and minds of readers he touches, for years to come as they traverse their individual paths. The author Peter Johnson, is also father to three boys of his own and he wanted to have his thoughts recorded for them and their kids as well, so that his family would never fall back into slavery.

WAYSAS is one of the few books about money that does not tell you how to make it. What is taught however is how to understand making money. Peter Johnson states, "Anyone can write a book about how they made money in business, property or shares, but the truth is, unless you understand money, these vehicles will never lead you to it. Reading books like this is akin to reading about how someone won the lotto. There are a 1000 ways to wealth and only a few will suit you. The chances of you finding a plan to wealth, which works for you in a book, are slim. So better than a plan to make money, you need to understand money and that is what I will teach you."

"Why Are You Still A Slave" demonstrates what stops 98% of people succeeding at anything. The book shows why two people with the same capital, idea and timing, can go to the market and have very different outcomes. Why one man goes broke and why one retires rich.

Peter Johnson in WAYAS believes the fact that, You don't need a magic formula to succeed, lots of capital, great intelligence, beauty or even more time. What is needed is enough faith to start playing the wealthy peoples game. Faith to play with money by rules you don't understand and on a field you may have never been on. The writer stresses readers have to learn the rules to the game and follow them long before they understand or perfect them. They need only play by the wealthy peoples rules on faith alone and they will start to profit from them.

WAYAS is about how to get the car started and get one's life moving in the right direction! For more information, please visit my Facebook page or Author Central
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