The key point in this book is by saving money and invest wisely, even with moderate income, people can get rich. I think the writer purposely crafted his message toward the "Majority" market not only because they are the most frustrated group, but also because they are the largest group. The subtle voice of "Although you are ordinary, you can do it too!", like cheesy infomercials at 2 AM, is very irritating. If you want to be a millionaire by: Never buy a set of suit for more than 500 dollars, or Never purchase a Luxury German automobile, or Never live in a house more than 200K dollars... read the book. For me, I want to maximize my income so I can SPEND it. Why be the lady who died in a low income neighborhood with 3 million dollars net worth that no one knows about. The sad thing is, she spent her whole life saving money and clipping coupons. What is the point?
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