THE ONLY WAY TO BECOME WEALTHY IS BY BEING BORN WEALTHY. RIGHT? WRONG! In this second book in the 13 steps series, bestselling author Ashwin Sanghi and co-author Sunil Dalal explore how one can become wealthy even if one is not blessed with the proverbial silver spoon. Taking a radically fresh view of wealth, they show that the journey to becoming wealthy is difficult, but not impossible. With some thought and work, wealth is well within anyone's reach. The steps presented in 13 Steps to Bloody Good Wealth are easily implemented and do not require anything more than your attention and belief. Through fascinating examples, illuminating stories, personal experiences and common sense ideas, the authors tear away the halo and secrecy that surrounds wealth and how one can earn it. It has been shown that most high net worth individuals around the world have created rather than inherited wealth. Read this little book to understand how you can do it!
Ashwin Sanghi ranks among India's highest-selling authors of English fiction.He has written several bestsellers (The Rozabal Line, Chanakya's Chant, The Krishna Key, The Sialkot Saga) and a New York Times bestselling crime thriller called Private India together with James Patterson. Sanghi has also penned a non-fiction title, 13 Steps to Bloody Good Luck. He was included by Forbes India in their Celebrity 100 and is a winner of the Crossword Popular Choice award. He was educated at Cathedral & John Connon School, Mumbai, and St Xavier's College, Mumbai. He holds a Master's degree in business management from Yale University. Ashwin Sanghi lives in Mumbai with his wife, Anushika, and his son, Raghuvir. Sunil Dalal is a serial entrepreneur. He has built multiple global technology businesses since taking over and redirecting UniDEL, a family-owned industrial automation group with worldwide alliances. Sunil is a member of the Young Presidents Organisation and is keen on nurturing entrepreneurial talent. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering & Management of Technology from Vanderbilt University, USA.