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This book reveals how a new way of economic thinking is essential for success in today's world. Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. More Details Original Title. Other Editions 2. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about Unlimited Wealth , please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Aug 28, James Williams rated it it was amazing. Paul Zane Pilzer opened my mind with this book to the notion of abundance in God's world, not of the scarcity concepts that were inculcated in my youth and high school education.
Paul uses wonderful examples and stories to drive his point home, and teaches as few can, with wit and plenty of facts and figures, how God has created for us, not a world of scarcity that we must all fight over, but one of abundance, where there is enough, and to spare. Oct 02, Bianca McCormick-Johnson rated it it was amazing. This book was very informational yet antiquated.
Nevertheless, I understand that the author's theories were based on evidence of a previous era and historical research. I believe most of the principles can still apply today, but I think too much damage has already been done.
Currently, we have an ignorant president, intransigent government, and shady investors. I've always believed that there were enough resources on the planet to distribute evenly, but the loaf in America has never and will nev This book was very informational yet antiquated. I've always believed that there were enough resources on the planet to distribute evenly, but the loaf in America has never and will never be divided that way.
Overall, great read because it really makes you look at the economy from a different vantage point. Oct 05, Jana rated it it was amazing.
Aug 09, Jarrad Medlen rated it liked it. Economic theory is predicated on the basis of scarce resources, with little regard given to man's ingenuity to use resources more efficiently. This book shakes the status quo on its head and shows the ever changing level of technology to really be a world of unlimited resources and potential.
I come from a country that ships people in search of a better life to an island and essentially imprisons all men, women and children in a detention centre.
Anyone who is aware of the Stanford prison experi Economic theory is predicated on the basis of scarce resources, with little regard given to man's ingenuity to use resources more efficiently. Anyone who is aware of the Stanford prison experiment would have guessed the allegations of abuse now engulfing the prison island. In chapters of this book he explains a point by point plan to allow productive members of society to emigrate and search for the illusive American Dream.
I couldn't fault the plan one bit. There were other theories he advocated that I personally thought were a little pie in the sky, however agreed with his assessment of the education system and how a lack of market forces really drives zero change in this area. Mar 03, Kurt rated it it was amazing. A very enlightening declaration of the reality that demand will not find a roof as long as we continue to improve in production efficiency.
While some resources are limited and "scarce," which resources we USE changes, so there really isn't such a scarcity. Saltpeter is not important to us, while oil is now incredibly important just in the past years. The reality that supply is virtually unlimited and demand is something you CREATE in all cases except survival elements food, warmth, etc. Mar 14, Dave rated it it was amazing. One of the few books that drastically changed the way I view the political world. From immigration, health care, education, etc.
The first 50 pages can be a bit boring to get through, but after that it's a fascinating read. I'd recommend it to everyone. Apr 12, Shawn Derrick rated it it was amazing. One of my favorites. Jan 19, Lonnieandmelanie Wibberding rated it it was amazing.
Good basic economics book. Difficult to read at times, but bordering on the edge of genius. Aug 17, Tyler rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites , business. Awesome book! Jul 30, Darcy Bellows-Mascorro rated it really liked it.
The author explains that it is our thinking that limits our reality. I really enjoyed this book. There is enough pie when you trust it to be so. Guruvaiah Pulleme rated it really liked it Nov 06, Keith Robinson rated it liked it Dec 28, John rated it it was amazing Mar 06, Ki Tuc Xa rated it it was amazing Apr 06, Zachary Sciuto rated it liked it May 01, Marko rated it really liked it Oct 27, Ron Blanchard rated it really liked it Jun 30, Phanindra Acharla rated it really liked it Aug 02, Abigail Seblos rated it it was amazing Aug 31, Tyler rated it liked it Nov 14, Jimmy Lim rated it liked it Jul 14, Cyrille Noutsa Silatchom rated it it was amazing Oct 01, Whoisabishag rated it it was amazing Apr 10, Gennady Podlubny rated it it was amazing Nov 25, Jeffrey r chronister rated it it was amazing Oct 14, Eric Valencia Santos rated it it was amazing Nov 27, Madelyn Madison Peay rated it really liked it Nov 18, Jessica rated it liked it Jul 11, Alvin Shin rated it liked it Apr 13, Sean M Walker rated it really liked it Jul 15, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Readers also enjoyed. Self Help. About Paul Zane Pilzer. Paul Zane Pilzer. Paul Zane Pilzer Paul Zane Pilzer is a world-renowned economist, a social entrepreneur, an adjunct professor, and the author of nine best-selling books and dozens of scholarly publications.
He became Citibank's youngest officer at age 22 and its youngest vice president at age 25 Paul Zane Pilzer Paul Zane Pilzer is a world-renowned economist, a social entrepreneur, an adjunct professor, and the author of nine best-selling books and dozens of scholarly publications.
He became Citibank's youngest officer at age 22 and its youngest vice president at age
Paul Zane Pilzer
And underlying this premise has been another, even more profound, assumption—one supposedly so obvious that it is rarely mentioned: namely, that the entire world contains a limited amount of these physical resources. This means, from an economic point of view, that life is what the mathematicians call a zero-sum game. Over the centuries, this view of the world has been responsible for innumerable wars, revolutions, political movements, government policies, business strategies, and possibly a religion or two. Whether or not we ever did, today we do not live in a resource-scarce environment. That may seem hard to believe, but the businessperson and the politician—as well as the butcher, the baker, and the candlestick maker—who continue to behave as if they were operating in the old zero-sum world will soon find themselves eclipsed by those who recognize the new realities and react accordingly. What are these new realities? To put it simply, we live today in a world of effectively unlimited resources—a world of unlimited wealth.
Unlimited Wealth: The Theory and Practice of Economic Alchemy
He has written 11 books and is the founder of six companies, and has been profiled in more than publications including on the front page of The Wall Street Journal. Pilzer's book Unlimited Wealth criticized traditional economic theories as being based on scarcity: that the earth contains a fixed, limited supply of resources and the function of economics i. Pilzer began developing Economic Alchemy in as a graduate student at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania when he theologically could not accept his professor's views that God had created a world of growing population but limited resources. Pilzer has also written about employment, U. In , he testified before a United States congressional hearing and since then has promoted the idea that employees should have personal, portable health insurance coverage independent of their employment but funded pre-tax by their employer. From wrote five books on the economics of obesity, health insurance, preventative medicine, and wellness. Pilzer has been called the "father of Health Savings Accounts ".
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