Someone who wants to here Trump talk about how great he is, without offering any advice whatsoever, might enjoy this book.
The most disappointing part about about this book is that he jumps from topic to topic completely at random. This book reads like disorganized stream of consciousness. It sounds like Trump is just writing down whatever thought pops into his head.
Bostwick's performance was okay. It is mainly the content that I take issue with. He did seem to get into an intonation rut that got annoying.
Yes, all three: Anger, Sadness, and Disappointment.
I wish I had spent my time reading something else. There are a lot of great books out there that give good advice about how to gain wealth. This is not one of them. Try millionaire mind, millionaire next door, rich dad poor dad, anything dave ramsey, Warren buffet the snowball, etc.
The first few chapters were just great. He goes on to journal his own activities. Interesting as it may be, I don't know how it has anything to do with thinking like a billionaire. I suppose he's just showing how he enjoys life.
The ideas and meat of this book took the first 3hrs ... I really enjoyed this part and it was worth the price of the book. the second half gets into what is the best of everything (cars, wine etc) and the next section was "a week in the life of trump" it was as if they were reading from his agenda ... both a big waste of time.
This book is horrible.It provides almost no advice. It is a 5 hour speech on how great Trump thinks he is. No advice, no information. Worthless
This book is not much more than the Don spilling out the contents of his head onto audio. I enjoyed it, but mostly to see how a billionaire thinks, not so much for his help on how to get there. He has a huge ego, but why not... he's Donald Trump! Alot of opinions how how to order at a restaurant and he likes his suits, not so much a step by step help on how to conquer the real estate world. It's still a good book, but only if you go into it with that in mind.
I enjoy hearning what billionaires have to say about how they became super wealthy. Now I know how to think like a Billionaire
If you want to become a billionaire, this is a title to avoid. Trump does a great job promoting himself and his many business ventures. This title is entertaining at times, but it is really a five hour and fifty-three minute Donald Trump commercial. Save your money and select another title unless you are a diehard Donald Trump fan.