This book is a must read for any one looking to step ouside of society's rat race. I think this book should be a Federally required read in schools curriculum today and days to come.
"The Millionaire Mind" is a good listen.
Though I do not expect to become a millionaire tomorrow just by listening, I did gain some concrete ways of investing and managing my finances that seem to work for the nation's top net worth network. In addition to intriguing descriptions of business and money management practices, the author describes work-life balance practices that I can definitely apply to my life.
In the end (spoiler alert), there is a narrative about making good choices and being true to oneself that speaks to me as a listener, and a validation of going against the current as a indicator of those "most likely to succeed."
The narration is a little dry. Only at the book's conclusion is there a slight American southern "twang" that seems to come out of nowhere.
I'm unsure if the performer is channeling the person described in the case study.
Give it a listen and let me know what you think.
Enlightening you on the rest of the things you should know. Should be required reading in middle school, but there's no wonder why it isn't.
Very well read. Lots of obvious reminders for those who are aware of the impact of living within ones means versus "keeping up with the Joneses". The book and cd collection are over-priced and the unabridged version is too chock-full of statistics. Ok for a free trial audiobook but I wish I could have back the point used to purchase this. That said, it being very well produced, the beautiful quality and engaging voice of the narrator is what really earned the above star ratings.
This book opened my mind to a new way of thinking. I have done a self check and realized I have some things I need to correct before I can get to the next level. This book is a book you should keeper b/c it can teach you something different depending on where you are in your life.
the book provides great sight however I wished it talked more about balance. life is no fun just spending and not enjoying the finer things in life
nevertheless, great book, practical
Think, Wisdom, Money
The Richest Man in Babylon. Both seek to teach you wisdom instead of get rich quick schemes. You must be prepared to think or the information will not work for you.
I have not, but I enjoyed Cotter Smith a lot during this and I hope to hear other books done by him.
It forces you to think and if you are wise you will grow in more learning.
I recommend this book to anyone who wants to better themselves, learn how to live wisely, and get rich the correct way. It is not for someone who wants a quick get rich scheme or someone who wants to spend a lot of money and be "TV Rich". The people outlined in this book become rich and they are rich because they are smart and know how to handle their lives. I have learned so much from this book and will keep reading it (or listening to it) over and over again.
I found it at the right time in my life. This one is critical to hear. The information will linger in the back of your mind and help guide you on your way to your wealth goals. You are an individual and you will take your own path but this information gives you a baseline for wealth in the United States.