Is there any book that can teach you how to make money? Of course there are plenty of them. There are thousands and thousands of self-help books that claim to make you rich. They claim to be the solution to all your money problems. Every imaginable venture that yields money has been captured by ‘money magicians’ and they make money out of ones hunger for money. Enter Manual of Money is a book touted to solve all your money problems the same way a machine solves your manual tasks.
According to Moniglod, the Manual of Money is indeed a complete machine for money making because it contains structures and varied information on how to build money from the scratch to the pyramid. It claims to contain both theoretical and practical pieces of advice on incontrovertible facts about making money. The author claims that the principles in the book work under every circumstance and in any country. In fact, he claimed, “When you buy a copy of the Manual of money, you have purchased a life time money machine. And each time you open any page of the book, you begin to operate the device of money-making.”
The book has a twenty page introductory and factual advice on how to position oneself to arouse the passion that will guarantee the readers attainment and proper handling of the forces that generate money. The author advise that the reader should at least have a farthing in his possession before studying the manual. Actually, the book dwells more on attitudes and behaviours that can help one make money. It defines what it is to be smart, sincere, hardworking and intelligent towards making money.
Hear what the author said about this in chapter one: “All those who wish to make money must study the Manual of money and should be willing to apply the techniques therein. This original manual of money has been transmitted from mouth to ear for many generations before we took the bold step to damn the consequences of the tyrants by putting it in print.”
Again he said: “Those who propounded the Manual of money publicly have often been persecuted because it is the indispensable weapon in the arsenal of the rich and the ruling class”. With the benefit of hindsight from these factual statements, one can now understand the reason the rich grow richer, while the poor get poorer. It is very easy to oppress a poor man, but difficult with the rich.
Furthermore, the author made it clear in this chapter that the Manual of money is the only tangible method of making money. The principles are timeless like the laws of Physics which remains stable despite the advancement of engineering and time.
There are twenty-nine chapters of two hundred and eighty four pages, excluding the twenty seven introductory pages on the various practical methods on money-making. The author warned that the manual is exclusively for those who wish to become rich and therefore, it is not fit for minors, dilettantes and footsore seekers.
The Manual of Money sets the foundation for a solid financial future. By adapting the principles and teachings contained therein, the reader is on the way to financial freedom. Those who had read it can attest to this. Achieving financial success and amassing a fortune have always been the dream of virtually everyone, but only a few who have the secrets contained in this book have ever tasted true success and financial freedom.
This handy resource has something to offer everyone, from the novice to the most experienced professionals, because it offers a wide range of scenarios and time-tested techniques on perspectives that had long eluded many on money-making prospects.
Virtually everyone knows that there is a spirituality concerning money, but only few actually have the faintest idea as to what it pertains. The book offers an educative insight to money spirituality and how to harness such strength to advantage.
This book will serve as an exceptional tool (or an ultimate resource) for success if you are ready for change. A number of methods that have long been ignored by people, but which provide veritable avenues to harness skills as sources of wealth are equally addressed in the book. The author further reveals the impudence with which political, spiritual and economic leaders have held down people, and made them submissive.
The style of writing, narratives and illustrations in each chapter make it easy to read, and present distinctive thought patterns peculiar to the topic at hand.