Author: Irvin G. Schorsch lll
With Ted Spiker
Foreword by Mehmet C. Oz, MD (Dr. Oz)
Title: Reinvent Rich
Subtitle: How to Make More Money, More Moments, and More Meaning in Life
Size: 6 x 9
For the designers to glean inspiration from what the content is all about-
The book is a 5 step wealth management program, designed to help you "reinvent" what "rich" means to you. Yes, it is about having enough money that you are stable and secure, but it is much more than that- what good is money if you don't have your health, your family, relationships, etc...Written in a slightly humorous way, the author wants to redefine the term "rich" and has given tips throughout the book, and a 21 day makeover at the end.
After nearly thirty years of experience running a
wealth-management firm, I have learned and developed an approach
that is different from the majority of wealth advisers you will meet.
Simply, I believe that wealth is this: to build as much financial
security and stability you can so you can get exactly what you
want out of life—to enjoy and engage in life every day with the
people and projects and the missions that you’re passionate about.
Sometimes this is about being financially savvy, and sometimes this
is about taking a step back and thinking about the big picture that
involves you and your family. This is what “re-inventing rich” is all
about—understanding that wealth is more than just money.
In this book, I am going to cover the major financial principles and
foundations that will help you make your millions, but I’m going to
do it in a way so that you always keep in mind that the end game isn’t
making it to retirement with a good nest egg. In fact, I have different
views on what retirement should be (see page TK). I’m going to do it
so you can start this very minute, if you haven’t already, to build two
kinds of wealth—the financial kind and the personal kind.
That is my goal and your mission: to help you re-invent rich.
Irvin Schorsch is the President and Founder of Pennsylvania Capital Management, Inc. and graduated with honors from the Commerce and Finance Division of Villanova University. He has earned three advanced certifications: Certified Financial Planner™ from the College for Financial Planning in Denver, Colorado; the Certified Investment Management AnalystSM designation through the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in conjunction with the Investment Management Consultants Association; and the Accredited Investment Fiduciary® professional designation, awarded by the Center for Fiduciary Studies, which is associated with the University of Pittsburgh.
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