The Having

The Having

The Secret Art of Feeling and Growing Rich

Suh Yoon Lee, Jooyun Hong

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A guru from South Korea shares the groundbreaking solution to building your fortune using your emotion and opens the door to a new world full of hope and prosperity.
 
When Wharton MBA Jooyun Hong went searching for the key to increasing wealth in a time of growing inequality, she did not expect to find herself studying under a famed and fascinating guru, known for advising the 1% of South Korea. She now shares what she learned from the guru in this life-changing narrative, and it starts with a simple emotion she calls Having.
 
Suh Yoon Lee, a magnetic woman in her thirties, was identified as a guru at the age of six and set off on a course of study ranging from classical Asian texts to economics to an analysis of 100,000 case studies to reveal the true secrets of growing rich. A bestselling author and insightful thinker sought after by the richest people in the nation, Suh Yoon Lee retreated into seclusion, troubled by the impact her guidance to the wealthy may have on income disparity. When Jooyun wrote to the guru for an interview, Suh Yoon invited her to Lake Como, Italy. There, they started a conversation about how everyday people can achieve their financial goals more easily and quickly by living in synch with their true emotions.
 
In destinations ranging from Paris to Kyoto, this philosophical journey lays out a framework for achieving an empowered relationship with money. The guru has found that almost everyone has the capacity to earn 3 to 7 million dollars—and some have a capacity for much more. As Jooyun applies the guru's practical but revolutionary insights to her everyday life—including journaling about the emotions that accompany spending money—she experiences a transformation of her mood, fulfillment, and ultimately, her net worth. By changing your emotions about money, you can make every purchase a step toward becoming your true self.
 
Having is the power that attracts wealth, and this incredible series of lessons will guide you to claim that power in your own life. Learn to feel what you already have, and you'll be able to have so much more.


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Suh Yoon Lee:
SUH YOON LEE, "the guru to the rich," has analyzed both the wisdom in Asian classical texts and 100,000 case studies to discover how to become truly rich. Starting in her mid-twenties, she published books about the mindset of becoming wealthy and prominent weekly publications in Korea began seeking her out for interviews, ultimately increasing her fame as a "teacher to the wealthy." She has advised most of the founders and the first generations of the largest conglomerates in Korea, some of which have grown into globally renowned corporations. She has consulted with numerous owners and top executives of the top 100 companies in Korea.

JOOYUN HONG is an award-winning former journalist with 10 years of experience writing for prominent Korean publications. She also has an MBA in finance from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Until recently, she worked at McKinsey & Company as a director of external relations.


SUH YOON LEE, "the guru to the rich," has analyzed both the wisdom in Asian classical texts and 100,000 case studies to discover how to become truly rich. Starting in her mid-twenties, she published books about the mindset of becoming wealthy and prominent weekly publications in Korea began seeking her out for interviews, ultimately increasing her fame as a "teacher to the wealthy." She has advised most of the founders and the first generations of the largest conglomerates in Korea, some of which have grown into globally renowned corporations. She has consulted with numerous owners and top executives of the top 100 companies in Korea.

JOOYUN HONG is an award-winning former journalist with 10 years of experience writing for prominent Korean publications. She also has an MBA in finance from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Until recently, she worked at McKinsey & Company as a director of external relations.

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