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Would you like to retire 10 years early?

Advantages: Good advice, clear plain english, accessible to all
Disadvantages: none

Anyone who has read any of my reviews in the past will notice a clear personality defect emerging. I like the high life of top notch restaurants, but crave the security that being in charge of my financial destiny brings. Like the white stripes once wrot ...

Shoka 30.05.2008 · Read full review
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Review of How to Retire 10 Years Early - Martin Bamford

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Inspirational

Advantages: A wide array of businesses from many fields covered.
Disadvantages: Doesn't feature businesses which have not been so successful.

...Running my own business when I'm older is something which interests me; hence how I wanted to discover more. I had trawled through the shelves in my local bookstore, find numerous titles on the top tips to being successful and so forth, but this simply di ...

HT414 24.03.2008 · Read full review
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Review of How They Started: How 30 Good Ideas Became Great Businesses - David Lester

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Credit crunch can teach...

Advantages: beauitfully construced in argument and research
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I have worked in the British Mental Health Service for 15 years and I have read many sources on what leads to happiness, what impacts on happiness and ultimately how we can chemically affect happiness, and this is is out there on its own!! Layard and ...

clivelillie 30.08.2008 · Read full review
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Review of Happiness: Lessons from a New Science - Richard Layard

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