"Ten million new millionaires will be created between 2006-2016, and The Next Millionaires explains how you can become one of them--especially if you are in direct selling, technology, home-based business, product distribution, or an emerging trillion-dollar industry like wellness."
- Paul Zane Pilzer
"The greatest fortunes to be made in the years ahead will not be made in what people were doing 5, 10 or 15 years ago. They will be made in industries that most people today don't even realize exist, or don't yet think of as ‘industries.’"
- Paul Zane Pilzer
"...at-home workers have more free time and disposable money for recreation and vacation time than clock-punchers and Americans at large."

- Entrepreneur Magazine

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Who is Paul Zane Pilzer?

Paul Zane Pilzer is a world-renowned economist, a multimillionaire software entrepreneur, a part-time rabbi, a college professor and the author of three best selling books. Pilzer completed college in three years and received his MBA from Wharton in fifteen months at age 22. At age 24, he was appointed adjunct professor at New York University, where he taught for 20 consecutive years. While employed as Citibank’s youngest officer at 22 and its youngest vice president at 25, Pilzer started several entrepreneurial businesses—earning his first $1 million before age 26 and his first $10 million before age 30. He was an appointed economic advisor in two presidential administrations and warned of the impending $200-billion savings and loan crisis years before official Washington was willing to listen—a story that he later told in Other People’s Money (Simon & Schuster, 1989) which was critically acclaimed by the New York Times and The Economist magazine.