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About Robert Shemin
New York Times and Wall Street Journal best-selling author Robert Shemin is one of the most sought after real estate investment experts in the world.
His wealth-building strategies have helped thousands attain total financial freedom for life while his charitable work, both at home and abroad, has contributed to lifting distressed communities out of poverty and despair.
Wealth-Building for the Rest of Us
Robert Shemin literally wrote the book on building wealth from the ground up. If you’ve ever wondered why someone less capable and gifted than you became rich while you didn’t, this title will give you the answers along with practical, real-world strategies you can use to achieve the success you deserve.
A New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestseller, “How Come That Idiot’s Rich and I’m Not” is a truly life changing title that will set you on the road to attaining the financial freedom you seek.
What leaders have to say
"[Robert] shows the average person not only how to get rich but create, connect and contribute greatly. Open the door to a better future now by absorbing what Shemin has to say."
"If you’ve spent your life doing ‘all the right things’ but still feel like you’re running in place financially, do yourself a favor and read [Robert's] book."
"A breath of fresh air, Robert Shemin brings...a powerful personal story that commands attention. [He] is loaded with perspective-altering tips on how to make money outside the rat-race paradigm and leverage the power of relationships in ways no one ever talks about."
I like to take risks. That's how I make money. But they are calculated risks.
Leaders don't look backwards to condemn what has already been done; they look forward to create a better future.
Your success will have everything to do with how you perceive yourself, because how you perceive yourself is how others will perceive you, too.