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True power in this world comes from economic independence, but
too many people have too much month left at the end of their money. John
Hope Bryant, founder and CEO of Operation HOPE, illuminates the path
toward liberation that is hiding in plain sight. His message is simple:
the supermajority of people who live in poverty, whom Bryant calls the
invisible class, as well as millions in the struggling middle class,
haven't gotten “the memo”—until now.
/>Building on his personal experience of rising up from economically
disadvantaged circumstances and his work with Operation HOPE, Bryant
teaches readers five rules that lay the foundation for achieving
financial freedom. He emphasizes the inseparable connection between
“inner capital” (mindset, relationships, knowledge, and
spirit) and “outer capital” (financial wealth and
property). “If you have inner capital,” Bryant writes,
“you can never be truly poor. If you lack inner capital, all the
money in the world cannot set you free.”
readers tools for empowerment by covering everything from achieving
basic financial literacy to investing in positive relationships and
approaching wealth with a completely new attitude. He makes this bold
and controversial claim: “Once you have satisfied your basic
sustenance needs—food, water, health, and a roof over your
head—poverty has more to do with your head than your
Bryant wants to restore readers'
“silver rights,” giving them the ability to succeed and
prosper no matter what very real roadblocks society puts in their way.
We have more power than we realize, if only we can recognize and claim
it. “We are our first capital,” Bryant writes. “We
are the CEOs of our own lives.”