The top financial adviser to a major Democratic donor is taking an anti-Trump stance as she tries to attract top donors to her nonprofit.
Amy Chayes, the former investment adviser to Sen. Elizabeth Warren Elizabeth Ann WarrenTop consumer bureau official blasts colleague over blog posts dismissing racism Overnight Health Care: Senators target surprise medical bills | Group looks to expand Medicaid | Trump to hold meeting on opioid epidemic bill | Dems seek changes to opioids policy MORE (D-Mass.) and her husband, David Chayles, has written a book called “Never Trust a Rich Man: How to Become a Millionaire Without Working.”
It’s written by a team of business owners who used to work for Warren, who in the 1990s helped launch the venture capital firm Blackstone Group.
Chayes’ latest book, which is available online, is titled “How to Make Money: The Secret Art of Success Without Working for It.”
The book describes how Chayuses business is growing through the Internet and is “growing so quickly that it is challenging us to keep up.”
The author is a self-described “business-oriented, progressive liberal,” Chayies book says.
The book’s goal is to provide the foundation for Chayys nonprofit and its “business community” of over 2,000 employees, which includes a business advisory board, the CEO of the nonprofit and a dozen other senior executives.
“I believe that business is not just about sales,” Chays book states.
“It is a powerful tool to create wealth and wealth of life.”
Chayses book, “Never trust a Rich Men: How To Become a Billionaire Without Work,” states that there are “some people who can’t work, who don’t like work, but there are millions who can do it.
I believe the best way to be successful in the world is to have a healthy lifestyle and a great job.”
Chays book includes tips on how to be a millionaire, how to manage stress, how not to lose money, and how to develop a portfolio and portfolio management skills.
“There are hundreds of millionaires in the United States, but not one of them has ever been in financial trouble,” the book states, “and the vast majority of them are living paycheck to paycheck, not in their 401(k)s.”
“They can do this for less than a million dollars,” ChAYES said.
The author also wrote that “success” is an illusion, and that the rich have it better than the poor because they have more “financial security” than anyone else in America.
“Most of us have been blessed with a rich life, but our financial security is not a gift from God,” the author said.
“In fact, it’s a burden.”
The Wall Street Journal, however, did not publish a story on Chayses business book until February 8.
Chays is also working on a book titled “Making Money: A Billionaire’s Guide to Surviving a Financial Meltdown” which will include her own lessons learned on how “the rich are always better at everything, especially money.”
Chayaes has been criticized for her views on race and feminism, but her book is full of ideas on how the wealthy can thrive and be successful without being racists or sexist.
“My hope is that I can be the person who can inspire and guide others through their own financial challenges and hardships,” Chayaes said in an interview with the Wall Street Times.
“It’s been an incredible journey for me, and I’m very excited to be able to share that with the world.”
The Chayases book is available on Amazon and other retailers.