Bestselling author Bodo Schäfer (Cologne, 1960) is Europe’s leading Money Coach and has written several books with international impact about wealth-building, success and positioning.
His number one bestseller Der Weg Zur Finanziellen Freiheit (The Road to Financial Freedom) has sold over 10 million copies, and his books have been translated into more than 35 languages. He is also the author of the most successful financial book for children: Ein Hund namens Money (A Dog Called Money).
Bodo Schäfer is back after 15 years with a new book. He rightly calls this new book his masterpiece. ICH KANN DAS. already hit the top 10 on Amazon’s bestseller list, even before it was released on March 17th, 2021.
“Confidence Academy” – Karl reads the sign in front of him with a strange feeling in his gut. It has only been a couple of hours since he has met Marc, a self-taught confidence coach, and now he finds himself standing in front of Marc’s office.Book details
A Dog Called Money is a pioneer act that was long overdue: It pulls down the barricades of prejudice. In doing so, it allows us to see more clearly. Entrepreneurship is not child labour: It is a game, brim-full of excitement.Book details
We all want our life to be fulfilling and successful. But all too often we’re not satisfied with the way things are going. Our visions, our dreams are hampered by obligations, frustrations, or just everyday routine.Book details
Money, the talking dog, is back. Readers will be familiar with Kira and her talking Labrador, Money, from the bestseller Ein Hund namens Money (A Dog Called Money). Now the story continues.Book details
In this book, you’ll find an unique system that helps you achieve success in any sphere of life. It includes easy and realizable tips that will lead you to a better and happier life. You’ll learn how to succeed in your career and relationships with other people.Book details
This is what modern and committed women have been waiting for: The ultimate book about dealing with finances. Women often rely too much on others in financial matters or don’t pay as much attention to the whole thing. Enough of that!Book details