This audio book is very helpful and easy to understand.
I feel satisfied with this audio book.
This book is something like a easy-to-understand
philosophy about being rich.
Very helpful and useful.
I liked the authors down to earth talking with a tounge in cheek note to it. I could see a lot of this working as one works to incorporate the action/thought patterns suggested. Even the author admits some of the actions seem hokey, but he is rich and we are not...so what do you have to lose but proving him wrong. Some people might object to his promoting his seminars/programs...but I wasn't offput by it. It tells you where to further hard wire the ideas given. I applaud him for making such strides and found his suggestions doable and in line with much of the 'self improvement' consistancy I have heard from the successfule people in life. I am relistening to it and will start the suggestions on the next listening. The toughest parts was all the different accounts one needs to open. But once again I can take what I like and leave the rest. SO I will see what works for me.
By far this is the worst book I've encountered. The author relies on a mantra, and the audiobook sounds much more like a pep rally. He's selling get rich quick. "The Millionaire Next Door" is by far a better book and much more realistic.
As with acheiving any life goals, its all about finding your game. This book tells you how to find it.
This author of this book reminded me of Stuart Smalley from SNL. I ended up turning it off after the author kept insisting that the listener "touch your head and say that I have a millionaire mind". I do like self improvement books but this one went over the edge.
If you are looking for quality books then I would suggest David Schwartz, Covey and Tom Stanley.
Do not bother to buy this book. I want to punch this author in the face. Not only is his narration hard to listen to due to his awful speaking voice. He uses crappy analogizes littered with buzz words. This book is intended for the only the dumbest and easily lead readers. If you like this book I have a bridge in England to sell you and a couple ponzi schemes I would love to get you involved in.
Much of this is unfounded or at least unsubstantiated. You are much better off to get the "Millionaire Next Door" and listen to it 10 times, then spend a lunch time listening to this. Maybe someone did it this way, but I didn't.
I particularly Like where paradigmshift is achieved by caling yourself Minimi while facing problems, also the way to change your parents programming to hate greedy rich people, but I wanted more than just mind set advise, some help in financial and investment I'll give a 2 out of 4 but still recommend the book it worth listening to that although I never was able to download the quotes as he is advertising in on his audio (we b address)