My name is Keith David and I am very wealthy. I am married to a beautiful blonde haired woman 10 years my junior. I run a fleet of vehicles including a Porsche, a Bentley and a Reliant Scimitar. I own a penthouse apartment overlooking Central Park in New York, a ranch in Colorado, a shooting estate in Scotland and a town house in London.
As I write this, sat in my Jacuzzi with a glass of champagne, watching the sun set over Loch Lomond in the distance, I look back and remember my struggle against all the odds to enjoy the lifestyle of the wealthy.
This is my guide on how to get rich, the Keith David way.
How do you get rich? People die trying. I didn’t, obviously.
As I lay sleeping in my bed one night, the idea to get rich came to me. Religious people would probably call it divine inspiration. Indeed, there is something almost spiritual about my thoughts and I have often wondered whether I am a reincarnated Buddhist monk put back into the world to help others and create wealth for many.
I want to share my technique with you and help make the world a better place. For you and for me (and the entire human race).
Like most successful people, I come from a humble, working class background. Life was not handed to me on a silver platter. My parents were grafters, struggling to make ends meet living on a combined income of less than the local car mechanic.
What qualifications do you need to get rich? None. All I have is my forklift truck licence and a basic food hygiene certificate. I failed my 11 plus and was written off by my teachers as another of life’s natural failures.
Keith David is a businessman from a small village in North Wales. He is the author of “The Fat Man’s Guide to Not Being Fat”, “How to Get Rich” and a couple of other self-help books. Best known for his dramatic rise to fame after inventing a dietary plan to lose 7 stone in a week, he is similarly fairly well known for his subsequent fall back into penury. His wife, Anwen David regularly hacks his blog entries and adds factual corrections.