It was very eye opening and I felt like it made me more aware of the apparent differences in the people surrounding my life both middle class and higher and why some will probably remain in the middle class. The personal lessons he learned made for impactful stories. I really enjoyed listening
One of the main things I learned through this read is that all good habits can be learned, all it takes is willing power and practice. He provides his advice in a clear manner with great examples. Learning and beginning to apply the principles he presents is not hard. Sometimes he gets into too many discussions about how he helped persons a, b, c, d ...etc. But besides that it is a fantastic inspiring book with great ideas!
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Nice and short book about obvious differences. All these distinctions you can find of course in other books. But. Worth of reading/listening… one time.
I almost didn't buy this book because of its small size, however, I so glad I went ahead and picked it up. Some of the personal stories are a little boring but these are only a small part of the book and the main content is worth its weight in gold.
This book concisely discusses a lot of really interesting concepts, many of which I have already found to be true. Found myself thinking, "You know, he's really got something there . . . " Good listen.
I took this book with me on a camping trip and decided to listen to it while I layed in my tent after a family water fight. This book exceeded my expectations and I loved it. I wish more business/self improvement books were written in this format. This book is worth the cost. Get it.
I have read and listened to a lot of success/finance book and this one ranks toward the top. I really like the fact that the author gives so much valuable information in an hour and 44 minutes. I take notes when listening to these type book. This one I had to pause every few seconds to write down the notes. No wasted words here.