This book clearly helps me understand the concepts of gaining financial independence. I'll be retiring at 47. Not because of my 25 year job/career but because of the years of having my own business on the side as well as building houses. With this book I could have clarified my thinking and blundered less. I look forward to setting much more of my schedule. 😀
Game changer!! This book outlines the fundamentals for building wealth and changing the family tree!
I have been looking for a book such as this that explains how a person moves from the middle-class to wealthy. I plan on reading (or listening) to all his books. As such you....
Although some of the background for specific moneymaking strategies discussed in this book has changed, the basic premise, that you can make money without doing anything illegal or cheating anybody by using your mind, learning how money and investments work, believing you can do it, and taking the proper actions is probably at least as valid as it ever was. I wish I had the chance to talk to the author in person for a while.
The performance was very good.
Read this book if you, like me, likes some examples to keep the motivation going. The reading is fairly good, English is not my native language and I liked the Tim's pace, I could just listen to him without much concentration.
The story of the kid growing up is very good and I think anyone can relate to that.
Definitely a nice book!
This book was quite possibly one of the most influential books I've read. It has been a catalyst for me to learn much more to attain my financial freedom. I would recommend this book to anyone that is looking to get out of the rat race and start making money work for them.
The book has great information in it that can help the reader decide on which mindset they have and which one do they want to have; employee, self employed, business owner, or investor. Robert shares his story of how he started learning about business as a kid from his two fathers to becoming a multimillionaire. Robert breaks the story down very well, and to him I say excellent work.
The only gripe I have is the crackling sound of spit in the readers mouth. Not as extreme, but if you are someone that is easily annoyed by someone chewing with their mouth open or smacking on gum it may distract you from time to time. If this does not bother you, and you are somewhat new to investing you should enjoy the book with no problem.