The Templeton Plan

The Templeton Plan

21 Steps to Success and Happiness

eBook - 2013
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Sir John Templeton (1912-2008), the Wall Street legend who has been described as "arguably the greatest global stock picker of the twentieth century," clearly knew what it took to be successful. The most important thing, he observed, was to have strong convictions that guided your life-this was the common denominator he saw in all successful people and enterprises. Fortunately for us, he was eager to share his own blueprint for personal success and happiness with the rest of the world. In The Templeton Plan, he laid out the twenty-one guiding principles by which he governed both hi.
Publisher: West Conshohocken, Pa. : Templeton Press, 2013
Edition: 2013 Templeton Press ed
ISBN: 9781599474328
1599474328
9781599474281
159947428X
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: Ellison, James Whitfield

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Feb 28, 2014

Overall sound advice, but I did not find it particularly well written or engaging. Not being particularly religious myself, I found the author's constant biblical references off-putting and disagreed with the assertion made throughout the book, equating spiritual happiness with subscribing to a religion (preferably Christianity), as opposed to simply embracing the fact that life has a higher purpose and deeper meaning and finding that meaning for yourself. The books advice often took on the form of a dull, monotonous lecture, a lecture aimed at 10-year-old children, not adults who already have a relatively firm grasp of the truths and concepts being expounded. I was furthur disappointed that in the entire book, there were only occasional references to Templeton's personal life story, experiences and virtually no investment advice whatsoever, despite the fact that investing was what Templeton was renowned for and the fact many readers would've purchased the book with that in mind. In conclusion, the book had its share of sound advice, but was overall a dull read. Two stars and that's out of respect to a great man, but not to a great book.

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