After reading Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad Poor Dad, I heard that this book was also great. The content is ridiculously rich, and has saved me tremendously during my financial hardships. Thanks to it, I followed through with my venture and am now prospering comfortably with my new empire Money Coach Alex [dot] com. Many times I felt like I'd fail, I went back to this book and got the necessary push to persist and succeed. A life saver indeed.
I might compare it to my second favorite: Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki, because while they both talk about how to get rich, they also both have different approaches to teaching you how to do so. I was lucky enough to have read both before tumbling on and succeeding in my venture.
He didn't have too many performances, and honestly, in the beginning, I was quite annoyed with his style of narration, but I did enjoy his interpretation of Darby's Uncle getting "whipped by the colored child".
I did not cry, but I did chuckle a bit in some parts. But I definitely got an extreme reaction, the day I felt like quitting my venture, and had the audiobook on pause for a few days. I decided to pick it up in hopes that it would encourage me to keep at it. And like a miracle, it was towards the end of the book, the chapter that speaks of the Ghost of Fear of Ending Broke. That was exactly what I was feeling at that moment, and it was a clear sign that I needed to conquer that fear right there and then.
Do get this audiobook, but read AFTER you've read Rich Dad Poor Dad. Rich Dad will give you more of a need to get into Real Estate whereas this book will help you strive in whatever venture/hobby YOU enjoy. Do read them in this exact order and visit me at Money Coach Alex [dot] com so we can share ideas. Good luck all!
Recommended by so many, I finally decided to give it a try. The life lessons in them were priceless! I must admit, I thought about joining in the Real Estate movement. But combining what I learned through here and through Think and Grow Rich, I finally found the courage to build my own empire Money Coach Alex [dot] com. Since then, I've been on the road to financial freedom and I have these two books to thank.
Always remember: take risks, and stop thinking like an employee!!
I enjoyed how he's started at such a young age, and how he explains clearly how to think like an entrepreneur.
This guy's children and grand children must be happy because he narrates the story amazingly! Fantastic!
- Take risks.
- Stop thinking like an employee.
- Invest in what you believe in.
- Seize the opportunity that's given to you.
- And an emphasis in the first two insights listed above.
I recommend Napoleon Hill's Think and Grow Rich as a complement to this wonderful book. As stated previously, these two books helped shape my current empire with Money Coach Alex [dot] com, and I plan on building many more successful ones, once I finish with my Entrepreneurship certificate. Good luck!
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