About the Author, Dr. Harsimran Singh :
Harsimran Singh, Ph.D was born in India to a life of crushing poverty. Eating two meals a day was a cause of celebration. As a child, he went bare foot, studied his lessons under the street lights, and lived in a home with a leaky mud-roof. He migrated to the United States with only $8 in his pocket in 1973. Now he lives in one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in the country. He is ranked #1 on an Internet search of “Rich Immigrants” and is among 1% of the wealthiest Americans.
“I did it, so can anyone” says Dr Singh, “all you need is a Positive Attitude.”
He gives credit to ResultBasedSEO for his success. He thinks in the modern internet world, SEO is one of the easiest methods to collect wealth by placing your website on the top rank of search engines.
He is a philanthropist who donated millions of dollars for the establishment of charitable institutions and moved thousands of homeless families into decent housing. He has been featured in Fox News, CBS, and many other TV & radio programs. Many newspapers including The New York Times, New York Post and others wrote full page articles on his 'rags to riches' story.
Dr. Harsimran Singh has written 12 books on varied subjects. Please click on the book of your choice and you will be taken to Amazon.com. Thanks.
- How 12 Immigrants Made Billions: 12 Keys to Success. They Made it From ZERO to the Forbes List of Billionaires.
- Rich Immigrant Poor Citizen: Immigrants Teach Their Children What Citizens Don’t
- A to Z of Foreclosures: Real Estate Worth Millions Acquired With $101
- Stock Options: Work 1/2 Hour a Day
- How 12 Top Investors Made Billions in Stocks: Author Immigrated with $8 Traded $100+ Millions
- 26 Steps to Spiritual & Financial Riches: How Spirituality Led to a $7 Million Gain
The Power of Prayer and 10 World Religions
- TThe Divine Truth: Old-World Answers to Modern-Age Tormentations
- The Spiritual Power: A Gift of Christianity & Sikhism
- The Spiritual Gems of Judaism & Sikhism: A comparative study of the oldest to the youngest religion