San Marcos, TX (PressExposure) April 08, 2008 -- The man who made the "One Hour Hispanic Millionaire" a household name is changing the face of financial self-help by wrapping entertainment and education into one. The Richest Latino in America puts dry, boring texts firmly in the past where they belong and offers Latinos the opportunity to learn how to build an unlimited amount ofwealth without having to thumb through pages of facts and statistics better suited for a college classroom.
Many of the financial self-help texts currently on the market are so complex and uninspiring that Latinos find themselves struggling to read from one cover toanother, and they lose interest long before they've been able to successfully implement the techniques they teach. Ruben Ruiz, author of the "One Hour Hispanic Millionaire" and CEO of The Ruiz Financial Group, LLC, saw the need in the market and responded to it.
"My mission is to teach & coach Hispanics on how to become wealthy or financially independent, because now is the perfect time to do it, and Latinos have every right as an American to take advantage of the opportunities available in the United States", says Ruiz. Ruiz brings his vast stores of experience to the pages of his latest book, The Richest Latino in America, slipping essential financial tips and techniques to help Latinos around the globe increase their net worth between the pages of a 'novella' that is guaranteed to hold their interest.
Readers will have the opportunity to follow the path of "John Doe" Ricardo Barrera Vasquez as he goes from being a nameless, faceless member of middle class America to a self-directive, educated Latino that is on the way to becoming one of the richest Latinos in America. The novella uses clever dialogue and memorable characters to teach readers the Seven Miracles of Wealth Creation, a wealth building plan so simple that anyone can implement it, regardless of their level of education, and so effective that they will begin to generate results within a matter of weeks-guaranteed.
"Another very important characteristic of a truly successful individual is that they recognize that all men are only men." Roland Serna, The Richest Latino in America. While all men are only men, there's no reason that all men shouldn't be wealthy men!