Paul Zane Pilzer is a world-renowned economist, a multimillionaire software entrepreneur, an adjunct professor, and the author of seven best-selling books and dozens of scholarly publications on economics.
Pilzer completed Lehigh University in three years and received his MBA from Wharton in 15 months at age 22. At age 24, he was appointed an adjunct professor at New York University where he taught for 20 years. While employed as Citibank's youngest officer at 22 and its youngest vice president at 25, Pilzer started several entrepreneurial businesses—earning his first $1 million before age 26 and his first $10 million before age 30. Over the past 25 years, he has started and/or taken public five companies with hundreds of employees. He is the Chairman and co-founder of Extend Benefits LLC, one of the nation's leading suppliers of individual health benefits to corporate America.
He was an appointed economic adviser in two presidential administrations and warned of the impending $200 billion savings and loan crisis years before official Washington was willing to listen—a story that he later shared in Other People's Money which was critically acclaimed by The New York Times and The Economist magazine.
Pilzer's Unlimited Wealth explains how we live in a world of unlimited physical resources because of rapidly advancing technology. After reading, the late Sam Walton, founder of Wal-Mart, said that he was “amazed at Pilzer's business capacity” and his “ability to put it into layman's terms.” Unlimited Wealth
Pilzer's God Wants You to be Rich: The Theology of Economics explains how the foundation of our economic system is based on our Judeo-Christian heritage—this New York Times business best-seller was featured on the front page of The Wall Street Journal and on television shows ranging from 60 Minutes to First Person with Maria Shriver.
In The Wellness Revolution (Wiley) Pilzer identifies the newly emerging wellness business—for this book he received an Honorary Doctorate in Public Service and was called a “wellness guru” by The New York Times.
A former commentator on National Public Radio and CNN, Pilzer has appeared three times on Larry King Live! television program. He speaks live each year to approximately 200,000 people, and more than 10 million audiotapes of his speeches have been sold. He lives in Utah with his wife and four children where they are all avid snowboarders, mountain bikers, and chess players.
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