The first few chapters were good and the rest was just more of the same
Yes. I have listened to other books that were much better
If you enjoy statistics you will love this book.
Fewer statistics. Stop reiterating the same point over and over. We get it, people who act rich buy Grey Goose, Italian sports cars and act rich... the rich really don't do this... Got it. Enough with the stats tell me a story, get my attention. Tell me how to NOT act rich, tell me what the rich really do but enough already!
yes... slow and boring.
zzzzz..... oh sorry I fell asleep. What was the question?
There's about 20%, if that, of solid content here. The rest is the same topics hashed over and over. Seriously, how many ways can you say that the wealthy wannabe's overspend on their preferred liquor brand? Apparently plenty if you find different ways to say it and various stories to weave it into. Same for cars, watches and houses. The book's premise culled down to one statement? Don't spend above your means. The end.
I liked his first book, The Millionaire Next Door. If you've read that book, you're good. There is absolutely nothing new in this one.
A summary of what it takes to become rich. There were lots of repetitive stories.
Probably not. I heard his book "The Millionaire Next Door" was good but this was such a disappointment I probably won't try his other books.
Certainly. He was great to listen to.
Try his other book if you want the content. Definitely don't try this one.
Maybe someone who would love to get rich but desires to appear poor. Maybe for someone who pretends he has no money!
No. The message is get rich but look poor.
Not very inspirational to say to the least.
I decided to listen to this book while driving cross country and my kid could sum it up in 5 minutes. There are those that want to be rich and because of marketers they have a perception of what it is to be rich. People need to stop having these perceptions fed to them on TV and marketers all over country with magazines, movies to bill boards and everything in between. We've become a country that can't tell where the marketing (hype) stops and reality begins. Mr. Stanley should write a book on how people can tell the difference and then maybe we'll stop acting rich. As long as we keep teaching out kids that Princes and Princesses have all the good luck then we won't change as a nation.
Yes, Ideal book for those determined to become financially independent
It is a roadmap to financial independence
Being wealth is far more important than acting wealthy
As a financial professional.. It was great to have names and terminology that describes my client base. I even have some insight into some of my best clients and truly understand some of my other clients