Wealth Virtues: A New Book by James Ward Provides a Realistic Path to Personal Wealth

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Many people define “wealth” as the amount of money required to live like a king. In Wealth Virtues, James Ward redefines wealth as simply the goal of "acquiring more money than you spend, and saving more money than you owe." Ward uses the wisdom of America's most preeminent Founding Father, Benjamin Franklin, to provide the means for a realistic achievement of wealth.

Using the Virtues and Wisdom of Benjamin Franklin to Attain Wealth
I redefine Wealth as simply the goal of acquiring more money than you spend, and to save more money than you owe.

The Newly Released Wealth Virtues by James Ward uses the wisdom of Benjamin Franklin to allow anyone to acquire wealth.

James Ward, who is also the proprietor of Poor Richard Web Press, states, "For many people, 'wealth' is perceived as the amount of money required for one to live like a king. In my book Wealth Virtues, I redefine wealth as simply the goal of ‘acquiring more money than you spend, and to save more money than you owe.’ The path set forth in Wealth Virtues towards this goal is the Cycle of Positive Wealth, my own repeatable methodology of eliminating debt and increasing your savings. What keeps you on the path is the practice of Dr. Benjamin Franklin's Thirteen Virtues. In essence, improve yourself to improve your wealth!”

To help readers understand why these virtues matter, James Ward provides knowledge and insight on the impact of health, creativity, non-linear thinking, and investing to allow anyone to achieve his or her goals, as well as to become wealthy as defined within Wealth Virtues.

Everyone has listened to politicians and leaders talk about "hope." However, hope without action leads to hopelessness. With America's debt at $13 Trillion, does anyone really want to leave their financial future to a body of politicians? Wealth Virtues brings an action plan for every reader at any income level, and at any age to overcome a negative financial situation, and to actually achieve at the least, a goal of a very comfortable retirement. Wealth Virtues shows readers how to turn their hope inward and become women and men of action. The focus of Wealth Virtues is toward an individual's goal of financial independence, and the actions required at a personal level to achieve that goal. As more of us attain our own wealth goals by eliminating debt and increasing our savings, society, and ultimately the nation as a whole benefits and becomes stronger in both wealth and virtue.

Whether a person measures wealth in monetary terms or as a measure of the quality and meaning of their life, Wealth Virtues will change the way people live if they are willing to follow the easy path set forth by James Ward, with help from one of America’s preeminent Founding Fathers.

Wealth Virtues by James Ward is available online at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other online outlets including the Resource Store at WealthVirtues.com.

Embracing Benjamin Franklin's virtue of Humility, James Ward will donate ten percent of his earnings from Wealth Virtues to First Book, an organization that provides new books to children in need.

Wealth Virtues
Written by James Ward
ISBN-13: 978-1-60844-636-0
ISBN-10: 1-60844-636-0
Category: Personal Finance
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
Paperback 160 pages
Retail Cost: $11.95

Visit http://WealthVirtues.com for more information on the book, links to online bookstores, useful tools, and other recommended reading.

Wealth Virtues is also available for the Kindle at http://amzn.to/wealth-virtues-kindle

About the Author:

James Ward is wealthy. Not “John D. Rockefeller wealthy,” but rather, has more money flowing in than flowing out. He is or has been a successful computer scientist, Coast Guardsman, Army officer, analyst, musician, graphic designer, skier, manager for a defense contractor, business owner, and a writer. He is also a successful investor, but lives well within his means. As the owner of Poor Richard Web Press, he helps businesses, non-profits, and individuals succeed with their Internet marketing goals. He also helps other writers and authors with free online marketing tools at BiblioScribe.com, and is a contributor to First Book, an organization that provides new books to children in need. Although his savings and investments continue to grow from the continual practice of Dr. Benjamin Franklin’s Thirteen Virtues while following the Cycle of Positive Wealth©, he realizes that his only true and most valuable treasure is his family and friends.


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