The How to be Rich Gift

how to be rich: the couple's guide to a rich life without worrying about money

[Update: The free gift offer ended. Books have been mailed to those who completed all three steps. Thanks for participating]

It’s Valentines Day ♥ and I’m sharing the love with a  FREE print copy of the best selling 5‑Star book:

How to be Rich: The Couple’s Guide to a Rich Life Without Worrying About Money

Yes, it’s absolutely free. No games or gimmicks. 

Why would you want it?

For starters, the book has been hugely popular and has helped a lot of people dramatically improve their financial lives. But don’t take my word for it, read the many 5‑Star positive reviews:

It’s not often I pick up a book and have a hard time putting it down…but that’s exactly what happened with How to be Rich.

What’s brilliant about the book is how Chuck Rylant tells a great story that keeps you interested in the topic. It’s a very clever way to use a story to get a point across. If he had just started out saying save, invest, mutual funds, blah-blah-blah, I would not have been able to finish.

But instead…he uses a great, interesting story to get the point across. So I was being entertained and learning at the same time.

In the story, you notice the financial mistakes that the characters are making and then you realize that YOU are making the same financial mistakes. It’s the kind of thing that you reject if someone tells you but you accept when you realize it for yourself.

If you are having any financial difficulties whatsoever as a couple, I recommend the both of you read this book and follow the recommendations. If you tell your partner to change, they probably won’t — but if your partner realizes things for themselves, the change stands a much better chance of happening.

This book will have a positive impact on your finances and more importantly, on your relationship.”

S. Cartright

Here is another of the many: 

This book is amazing. Chuck blends an impressive ability as a storyteller with his extensive experience as a financial planner to draw the reader into a real-to-life story that subtly gives them financial education and guidance for their own lives. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to improve their financial situation, but doesn’t know where to start. The book is a quick read. You will learn a lot, and have fun doing it.”

John Marx

You can see them all here


Here’s how to get it mailed to your home or office

1. Answer this question in the comments below. 

If you had all the money you wanted, what would you do differently?”

Please put a little thought into it. If your answer is totally lame, and you put zero effort into it, you will not qualify. This is meant to be fun and though provoking. Please play along. 

2. Please share this page in your favorite social media page such as Facebook, Twitter, and/or Google+.

3. Fill in this form so my assistant can mail the book to you.

That’s it. Simple huh?

This is LIMITED TO THE FIRST 25 who play by ALL 3 simple rules. Limited to Continental U.S. residents only.


This is my way of thanking YOU, the readers who support my blog and other projects.



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35 Replies to “The How to be Rich Gift”

    1. Thanks Ron. You may have missed it, but can you answer: “If you had all the money you wanted, what would you do differently?”

  1. Great question! I’d WANT to run away to a tropical island and buy the cutest small — but beautiful space — with water access that would be jaw dropping! But, what I WOULD do if I had all of the money in the world is live more freely. I would be able to treat myself & friends to some mid-sized luxuries — think spa, nail salons, regular hair care every 3 months. I’d send more fun gifts and thoughtful cards to my friends in the U.S. I’d travel more. I’d spend time in choosing the perfect vehicle to me–and rule no brands out due to price range. I’d visit my family in Maine more often. I’d donate money to all the charities my heart feels for — animals, sorority, universities, troops, coastal water protection, etc. I’d ensure my parents had a home in Maine as well as North Carolina and have them travel on my dime, as a part of ensuring they can retire the moment they’re ready without concern. I’m sure there’s more, but I wouldn’t leave my job or move away from my area. I may explore what business I could start up on my own that I could work part-time — oo maybe help consult other people’s dreams — be a life coach, that would be fun. I’d enjoy the less stress lifestyle! (And get into more wellness & fun things — think chiropractic, yoga…) ~Gretchen~

  2. Thanks for the wonderful offer. 

    If you had all the money you wanted, what would you do differently?”

    I’d share it… there are so many in need and if money were not an issue I’d use it to help others in need. Very simple.

    1. You’re welcome Leland. Thank you for your interest. In the end, making others happy is where it’s at.

  3. If I had all the money I wanted, I’d quit my job and immediately purchase condos in my favorite cities: Seattle, Miami, Paris, Nice, Munich, and San Francisco. I’d live two months in each city every year. I’d volunteer more for organizations like the American Hiking Society and the Sierra Club. I’d get a makeover for clothing, hair, teeth, and personal style. Most of all, I’d celebrate every day as a complete open book with great opportunity to pursue my dreams of writing a novel, recording a CD, and becoming an expert wildlife photographer.

    1. I would love the variety in living spaces and ability to never get bored where I was living. Great idea.

  4. Chuck, if I had all the money i wanted I would spend most of my thoughts and focus on my family and making things better for them without worry or doubt.

    thanks again for the offer. look forward to more of your time.

  5. I’d support my friends in Mali by fully funding the solar panel project on their women and children’s hospital. I’d then help them add on to the hospital, train more staff, and provide food and medical care to the women and children there — in one of the poorest countries in the world. Check it out

    1. Hi Brian, in case you missed it, can you please answer: “If you had all the money you wanted, what would you do differently?”

  6. With all the money, i would design my Life based on things that bring Happiness to me, eg allocate certain amount of time and energy to help people to enrich their life — spiritually, mentally. I would spend some time in India to enligthen me by following my Guru in meditation and serving him. I would spend mre time with my family in creating more joy and fun loving activities. Thank you sending me the book.

  7. If I had all the money I wanted, I would lead a much more balanced life. I would also focus more energy on improving the world around me. My community and the less fortunate in particular.

    I would be remiss not to mention that I would begin to tackle my own personal “bucket list”, and allow me and my family to seek amazing experiences around the world.

  8. If you had all the money you wanted, what would you do differently?”

    I would stop working.
    I would find people who need financial help / guidance but can’t pay for it
    I would help them help themselves to get back on track
    When they outline everything they need to get back on track, I would then pay it off for them, but only if they can stick to the plan we outlined.

    1. I’m very similar Dave. Once I get things figured out, I want to help everyone else around me discover the same thing. That’s fulfilling.

  9. I would not spend foolishly. It’s taken us as a family years to pay off our debt (house excluded) and if I had all the money in the world I wouldn’t spend it. Nobody taught me to save. It’s a lesson we are having such a hard time teach our own children. So if I had to do it over with all the money in the world I would squirrel it away.

  10. If I had all the money I would need I would spend more time with my daughter and find a part time job that I like to do. Or a hobby that I lined to do . And lastly I would be able to go diving with you in the middle of the week

  11. If I had all the money I wanted, I would still continue in the same manner and that is stay out of debt. I am too close to retirement to complicate my life any further. I started a long time ago paying everything I could off, and it’s a good feeling. With some of the extra money I would help my kids and families. Finally I would help pay for some of my Grandchildren’s education.

  12. This questions harder then I thought, and a little embarrassing to answer, if I had all the money I needed what would I have done differently, I would have paid closer attention to how others viewed my appearance meaning I would have thrown the old flannel into the bottom of the closet, I would of gone to college.…then job searched with a degree, I never would have taken some of the jobs I had, I could of waited until the right one came along, or opened a veterinarian clinic that accepts payments for low income pet owners, with a charity fund to insure low income pet owners 4‑legged children emergency care when needed, oh and my niece would of had her own horse by now lol

  13. Yeah if the question was what would you spend it on, that would of been easy, but what would you do differently, made me think, spending $$$ is easy too easy lol just ask my checking account 

  14. Thanks VERY MUCH Chuck! I received my book today! 

    Inside the book was a note addressed to “Dear Gretchen” (she originally posted just before me).

    I wonder who got my note? 

    Thanks again… it was a very kind gesture!

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