Want to become a millionaire? GP Baroowah shows the way!
Well-know economist and writer Gautam Prasad Baroowah recently released his new book, Be a Millionaire, at the Guwahati Press Club. The press meet was attended by a number of well-known writers, officials, bankers and corporate personalities.
Be a Millionaire is a book on empowerment for planning personal finance, especially for Indian middle class with a stress on the investors from North East, the publishers informed.
“Nobody can live decently without making provisions for food, shelter, and cloth. For human beings to provide for above provisions, wealth creation is necessary. Even monks need money for sustenance. The great prophet like Swami Vivekananda once said that no proper worship would be possible with empty stomach. People nowadays enjoy a much longer life than before,” the website for the book states.
According to Baroowah, this necessitated the emergence of Personal Finance for security of family members, for continued better health, and for better livelihood.
“This book attempts to make our young citizens much more investment savvy. It is not an effort for spoon-feeding. This would ultimately inspire one to be a millionaire. This is not just a copy book or handbook of notes that would make investors a millionaire automatically,” he said.
The essays of the book would only empower the mind and inspire one to take his/her decisions honestly and truthfully.
Gautam Prasad Baroowah is a business economist and a human resource management expert. Baroowah was the corporate vice president of Williamson Magor and Banking Ombudsman of RBI besides being in board of many companies.
An award-winning writer, he now writes regular columns and author’s books.
(Published in The Sentinel (Symphony) on December 7, 2013)