The Better Life Book
Lessons Learned on the Road from Rags to Riches
Rosemarie Francis knows exactly what it takes to overcome hardship and create a life of wealth and accomplishment. Raised in a three-room shack with no running water in small-town Manitoba, young Rosemarie was under pressure from her alcoholic, abusive father to aim for a job at the local chicken-packing plant. Determined to have a better life, she left home at seventeen and worked her way up to become a self-made millionaire. In The Better Life Book, Rosemarie teaches the seven fundamental lessons she learned on the road to riches, stating that without these basics in place, all the planning in the world will not get you where you want to go.
Published by LifeTree Media, an imprint of Wonderwell
Release Date: January 13, 2015
Out of print
A down-to-earth, common sense approach to self-development
Learn from Rosemarie’s inspiring journey and heartfelt advice to create a better life of abundance and personal fulfillment.
- Overcome self-doubt
- Design the life of your dreams
- Create a plan to achieve any goal
- Find mentors and inspirational figures
- Make a positive impact on the world with your success
And much more.
Rosemarie Francis left her poverty-stricken childhood home at seventeen and never looked back. While putting herself through post-secondary education, Rosemarie bought her first house at eighteen, earned her Certified Management Accountant designation at twenty-one, and rose through the corporate ranks to become VP of sales for a multi-billion-dollar conglomerate. Now a successful venture capitalist and founding CEO of tech start-up Etelu, Rosemarie Francis lives in Washington State, US, with her three daughters.
Praise for The Better Life Book
“Rosemarie is not only an amazing person, she is also an inspiration whose unique story serves as a role model for anyone who thinks, ‘It can’t be done.’ Rosemarie has proven that it can.”
Bob Garner, Fortune 1000 motivational speaker and author
“Give yourself a gift of a life well lived and read Ms. Francis’s book.”
Vince Poscente, New York Times bestselling author, The Age of Speed
“Yes, her book is a friendly guiding hand for women wondering how to better themselves. But the biggest surprise was that it also contains signposts for me, a man twice her age who still has steps to take on life’s journey.”
Malcolm Parry, columnist, Vancouver Sun