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Rich Like Them by Ryan D’Agostino

Rich Like Them by Ryan D'AgostinoThose of you who have read some of older book reviews may know that I’m a sucker for books that go “behind the scenes” of someone’s life or the machinations of a profession. It’s what drew me to Scratch Beginnings by Adam Shepard (which showed you a bit of how the homeless live), Full of Bull by Stephen McClellan (which showed you the thriving BS trade in the stock market), and many other books. Well, Rich Like Them is another one of those books and this time it seeks to guide you in a path towards riches based on interviews with rich people.

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Scratch Beginnings by Adam Shepard

Scratch Beginnings by Adam ShepherdI really enjoy books that give a glimpse into another lifestyle. That’s why I enjoyed Trading with the Enemy, in which Nicholas Maier describes his experience working for Jim Cramer at his hedge fund. That’s why I enjoyed A Million Bucks by 30 by Alan Corey, which was the story of how Alan “overcame a crap job, stingy parents, and a useless degree to become a millionaire before (or after) turning thirty.” When I was asked to check out Adam Shepard’s book, Scratch Beginnings, I agreed. Scratch Beginnings is a true story, written in Adam’s own words, about him starting literally from scratch with $25 in Charleston, South Carolina.

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