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There’s no single trick to making money — just resist a noble calling

18 April 2020

9:00 AM

18 April 2020

9:00 AM

The Trick: Why Some People Can Make Money and Other People Can’t William Leith

Bloomsbury, pp.208, 20

‘Beauty is pain,’ the model Gigi Hadid asserts. She’s one of the successful, rich people quizzed by William Leith in The Trick: Why Some People Can Make Money and Other People Can’t. We all know a few of the tricks of getting rich. You start by avoiding noble, important professions that benefit everyone but pay poorly: primary school teacher, nurse, book reviewer.

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