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What’s\nThe Difference?\n\nTrusted financial coach Jean Chatzky shares the secrets her groundbreaking research of the self-made wealthy has uncovered so that anyone can break through the barriers that stand between them and true financial freedom. Find out why it’s important to:\n\n• Get happy, but not too happy\n• Do what you love, but don’t quit your day job\n• Read every day\n• Remember that failure is not an option–it’s a necessity\n• Harness your intuition to take risks that make sense\n• Practice the Kevin Bacon Principle–make connections\n• Say thank you–and mean it\n• Make your money work as hard as you do\n\nThrough candid interviews and a study of more than five thousand people, Jean reveals the traits and habits of those who have moved from the lowest economic strata to the highest.\nThe Difference helps you take a look at where you are now and offers simple strategies for going where you want to go.\nThe Difference, you’ll see, is within you: You have the power to determine your financial future and achieve the next level of wealth.\n\n\nAbout the Author\n\n\nJEAN CHATZKY, award-winning journalist, bestselling author, and sought-after motivational speaker, has created a global platform that is making significant strides in helping millions of men and women battle an epidemic with devastating impact–debt. Jean is the financial editor for NBC’s\nToday show, a contributing editor for\nMore Magazine, a columnist for the\nNew York Daily News, and a contributor to\nThe Oprah Winfrey Show. She also hosts a daily show on the Oprah \u0026amp; Friends channel, exclusively on Sirius XM Radio.\n\nShe is the author of numerous books, including\nPay It Down!: From Debt to Wealth on $10 a Day, a\nNew York Times and\nBusinessWeek bestseller. Her previous book,\nMake Money, Not Excuses, was a\nWall Street Journal and\nNew York Times bestseller.\n\n\nExcerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.\n\n\nChapter one\n\nMeet the Neighbors\n\nThe New Rich List\n\nBack in the early 1990s, I was—for a short while—a reporter\/ researcher for Forbes magazine. During my tenure there, I got a few plum assignments, including spending one weekend fact-checking the first interview Michael Milken had granted from prison and fact-checking another on the businessman who would eventually become New York’s mayor, Michael Bloomberg. I suppose I did well enough because I was soon tapped to do a little legwork on Forbes’s lists of billionaires and richest celebrities.\n\nThe preeminent Forbes rich list, of course, is the Forbes 400: the list of the country’s four hundred wealthiest Americans. It has been around since 1982, when just three families made up 13 percent of the list. There were eleven members of the Hunt family, fourteen Rockefellers, and twenty-eight du Ponts. In 2007, on the list’s twenty-fifth anniversary, these dynastic numbers had dwindled to almost nothing. There was one Rockefeller (David Rockefeller, Sr.), one Hunt (Ray Hunt), and no du Ponts. Fifty people fell off the list completely. 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FranklinCovey The Difference: How Anyone Can Prosper in Even The Toughest Times

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Product Description Can you really start from nothing and become truly secure financially? What’s the difference between you and Warren Buffett? Between you and your boss? Or between you and your successful neighbor? What do the financially comfortable have that you don’t? It’s not that those people were born into money, caught a lucky break, or have an Ivy League education. It’s not even that they are smarter than you or make more money than you do each year. So what do they have that you don’t . . . at least not yet? What’s The Difference? Trusted financial coach Jean Chatzky shares the secrets her groundbreaking research of the self-made wealthy has uncovered so that anyone can break through the barriers that stand between them and true financial freedom. Find out why it’s important to: • Get happy, but not too happy • Do what you love, but don’t quit your day job • Read every day • Remember that failure is not an option–it’s a necessity • Harness your intuition to take risks that make sense • Practice the Kevin Bacon Principle–make connections • Say thank you–and mean it • Make your money work as hard as you do Through candid interviews and a study of more than five thousand people, Jean reveals the traits and habits of those who have moved from the lowest economic strata to the highest. The Difference helps you take a look at where you are now and offers simple strategies for going where you want to go. The Difference, you’ll see, is within you: You have the power to determine your financial future and achieve the next level of wealth. About the Author JEAN CHATZKY, award-winning journalist, bestselling author, and sought-after motivational speaker, has created a global platform that is making significant strides in helping millions of men and women battle an epidemic with devastating impact–debt. Jean is the financial editor for NBC’s Today show, a contributing editor for More Magazine, a columnist for the New York Daily News, and a contributor to The Oprah Winfrey Show. She also hosts a daily show on the Oprah & Friends channel, exclusively on Sirius XM Radio. She is the author of numerous books, including Pay It Down!: From Debt to Wealth on $10 a Day, a New York Times and BusinessWeek bestseller. Her previous book, Make Money, Not Excuses, was a Wall Street Journal and New York Times bestseller. Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved. Chapter one Meet the Neighbors The New Rich List Back in the early 1990s, I was—for a short while—a reporter/ researcher for Forbes magazine. During my tenure there, I got a few plum assignments, including spending one weekend fact-checking the first interview Michael Milken had granted from prison and fact-checking another on the businessman who would eventually become New York’s mayor, Michael Bloomberg. I suppose I did well enough because I was soon tapped to do a little legwork on Forbes’s lists of billionaires and richest celebrities. The preeminent Forbes rich list, of course, is the Forbes 400: the list of the country’s four hundred wealthiest Americans. It has been around since 1982, when just three families made up 13 percent of the list. There were eleven members of the Hunt family, fourteen Rockefellers, and twenty-eight du Ponts. In 2007, on the list’s twenty-fifth anniversary, these dynastic numbers had dwindled to almost nothing. There was one Rockefeller (David Rockefeller, Sr.), one Hunt (Ray Hunt), and no du Ponts. Fifty people fell off the list completely. Forty-five were newcomers—nearly half of whom had made their money in hedge funds and private equity (like Pete Peterson of Blackstone and David Rubenstein of the Carlyle Group); the others were a mixed bag, including Frank and Lorenzo Fertitta of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, a pay-per-view fight fest. The point, notes Columbia University researcher Wojciech Kopczuk, is not just that wealth is less concentrated (the share of wealth in the hands of the top 1 percent of Ameri
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