The Wealth Chef

Title: The Wealth Chef
Author: Ann Wilson

The Wealth Chef – Book review by Marinique Viljoen

Ann Wilson cooks up a delicious storm in her book called, “The Wealth Chef”. Her content is rich with wise ingredients on how to become financially free by learning how to make your money work harder, so you don’t have to! Wilson puts the cherry on top as she boldly states that, “no one comes out of the womb a financial genius.” This supports the reasoning behind her statement that (just like cooking) the recipe of wealth and financial success are skills that every Wealth Chef can learn and master in their own Wealth kitchen. Ann helps you determine your “Money Cook”-type and assists with the transformation into the ultimate Wealth Chef by identifying fundamental power tools in the Wealth Pantry. It gets quite hot in the kitchen as this financial expert explains for instance, why owning your home is not an asset. She also gets real about choosing to put a debt destruction plan in place in order to taste the financial freedom feast that you are meant to have in your life. Ann Wilson’s Wealth recipes gives some serious food for thought!

Excerpt:
“Just like cooking, there are a series of fundamental basics which every person needs to master in order to have control of their finances and be able to weave magic with their money and create a banquet out of their lives – a rich and tasty financial banquet. Few people, however, realise that, just like cooking, these basic money recipes are easy to learn!

The road to financial freedom is neither complicated nor difficult, as most people have been led to believe. The main reason why so many people struggle financially is simply that they’ve never been taught the recipes for wealth. Wealth and financial success are learned skills. You can learn to succeed at anything. If you want to be a great cook, you go on a cooking course, you buy recipe books, you get to know your ingredients and you practice. If you want to be a great golfer, you get a golf pro to teach you, you go to the driving range and practice your shots and you get in the game to learn. And if you want to be wealthy, then, just like cooking or golf, you can learn how to do it. It doesn’t matter where you are right now or where you’re starting from. What matters is that you’re willing to learn. No one comes out of the womb a financial genius. Every wealthy person learned how to succeed at the money game – and so can you.”

The Wealth Chef – Boek resensie deur Marinique Viljoen

Ann Wilson deel potte vol goud uit haar finansiële kombuis in haar nuutste boek getiteld, “The Wealth Chef.” Die inhoud is ryk aan insiggewende bestandele oor hoe om finansieël vry te wees deur te leer hoe om jou geld harder te laat werk. Wilson plaas die kersie op die koek wanneer sy verduidelik dat “niemand as ‘n finansiële genie gebore word nie.” Haar rede agter dié stelling, staaf dus hoekom die resep van rykdom en finansiële sukses (net soos kook) ‘n vaardigheid is wat elke goeie kok kan leer en bemeester in hul eie kombuis. Ann help die leser om haar Geld-kok-persoonlikheid te identifiseer, en deel fundamentele gereedskap uit in die transformasie proses na die “Welgestelde Kok”. Dit raak warm in die kombuis wanneer die finansiële gekende uitwys hoekom jou huis nie as ‘n bate beskou kan word nie. As jy dalk meer afgebyt het as wat jy kan kou, help sy om ‘n skuldverwyderingsplan in plek te sit om sodoende die finansiële vryheid te kan proe wat jy verdien. Ann Wilson se resepte vir welgesteldheid is eenvoudig en effektief en sy deel dit in ‘n taal wat vroue sal verstaan!

Uittreksel:

“Just like cooking, there are a series of fundamental basics which every person needs to master in order to have control of their finances and be able to weave magic with their money and create a banquet out of their lives – a rich and tasty financial banquet. Few people, however, realise that, just like cooking, these basic money recipes are easy to learn!

The road to financial freedom is neither complicated nor difficult, as most people have been led to believe. The main reason why so many people struggle financially is simply that they’ve never been taught the recipes for wealth. Wealth and financial success are learned skills. You can learn to succeed at anything. If you want to be a great cook, you go on a cooking course, you buy recipe books, you get to know your ingredients and you practice. If you want to be a great golfer, you get a golf pro to teach you, you go to the driving range and practice your shots and you get in the game to learn. And if you want to be wealthy, then, just like cooking or golf, you can learn how to do it. It doesn’t matter where you are right now or where you’re starting from. What matters is that you’re willing to learn. No one comes out of the womb a financial genius. Every wealthy person learned how to succeed at the money game – and so can you.”

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