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God Wants You to Be Rich
Thanks for telling us about the problem. First, you would have argued inonly the very wealthy could afford to eat half their meals out of the home -- to which I would have responded that advancing technology would lower production costs so much that by it would be less expensive to eat out than dine at home.
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Back cover copy Praise for The Wellness Revolution "Paul Zane Pilzer has proven time and time again that he holdshis finger on the pulse of our economy, and The Wellness Revolutionis no different. Before understanding why and how God wants you to be rich, I want to stress the importance of empathizing with the situations discussed in this book and drawing analogies between these situations and your own life experiences. Gourisankar rated it really liked it May 15, Low to High Price: Zanf feedback about this page.
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They are going to fitness clubs, watching their food, taking the proper amounts of vitamins and minerals, and investigating supplements and other products that support their wellness. How else has your own thinking changed? Yet despite the gloom and doom of the last few years in the media, there was no real economic downturn. Within two months, the pain was gone. There is a widespread feeling today that there is something wrong with individual economic success.
This New York Times business best-seller has been featured on the front page of The Wall Street Journal and on television shows worldwide. That set me on this path of inquiry.
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For example, one of the fastest growing sectors of the economy today is the U. Paul Zane Pilzer is an amazing economist who will turn your financial assumptions upside down. No one would have believed that all these jobs would be lost virtually overnight as consumers abandoned their lifelong record collections in favor of a new technology. Americans have become caught between the economic interests of the trillion-dollar food industry and the trillion-dollar healthcare or "sickness" industry.
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