A salubrious voice for bellicose times, where being attentive and questioning, following our passions and emotions, leads to joy and meaning.
Kirkus Discoveries (Book Review Newsletter)

 

I was able to read; “The Wealth in Questions” in very short order. Just being over one hundred pages with pithy sayings and quotes, this book may easily one day rank along side books like; Message to Garcia,” “Apples of Gold,” “The Greatest Thing in the World,” and books of that type.
Joseph Slevin, CA 

 

This little 105 page book is packed with insights on how to think to create wealth in all areas of your life… I wish I would have had this book 20 years ago, it would have saved me much frustration.My review does not begin to do justice to this books wealth of right thinking.
Steve Burns, TN

 

There are a lot of books like The Secret out there that promise to help you build the life of your dreams. But a lot of the time, the problem is you don’t even know what you really want. If you have the sense that your life could be more, but you’re not sure what that would look like, this is a great book to get you started.
G. Barto, CA

 

I highly recommend The Wealth in Questions to those seeking reflection on personal achievement strategies. The book is a wonderful expedition into the foundation of reason that most attribute to success and wealth and would make a fine collection to anyone’s personal achievement library. I earnestly look forward to reading more work by Tabetando.
Todd Arone, CA

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