How to be a Buddhist Millionaire

9 practical steps to being happy in a materialist world

by Matt Jardine

‘Take a leaf out of Matt’s book free yourself of the fear of money and start living the life you want.’ Moatez Jomni, British Paralympian

Matt Jardine, martial arts teacher and entrepreneur, has spent 20 years seeking the answer to one of life’s ultimate conundrums: how can we lead an authentic, spiritual and creative life in a relentlessly money-centric world?

In this insightful book, he brings together Buddhist teachings, spiritual lessons and the advice and experience of a variety of experts and professionals from a Paralympic athlete, to a West End musical star, to a city banker and presents nine practical lessons to help us all discover our passion and make it pay.

With a light touch, he dispels the deep-rooted fears and limiting beliefs that hold us back, and forces us to question the very foundations of our lives and what really matters.

How to be a Buddhist Millionaire teaches us that money doesn’t have to be a dirty word, and that if you search for happiness rather than the pot of gold, success is more likely to follow.

About Matt Jardine

Matt Jardine is a martial artist, entrepreneur, public speaker, podcaster, teacher, and the founder of Jardine Karate School. His previous books include Mo and Lucy - Choices, and The Hardest Path, inspired by his 88 Temple pilgrimage of Japan. Matt has practiced meditation and other Eastern arts for over 25 years and now lives in London with his wife and Jack Russell.