The theme of the book is millionaire don't spend as much as people who earn high income. Earning high income does not mean that a person is rich. In real life, we assume people who spend more as rich people but their networth may be less than people who don't spend on expensive goods. The books break common myths about millionaire. If a person has self discipline, live within the means and invest regularly, then he/she can become millionaire. On the other hand if a person is high earner and leads a upper class lifestyle, he may not become millionaire. It's a great book to read but towards the second half of the book, it began to feel like the same theme is repeated again. Spending behavior on automobile covers significant part of the book.
It is not introduction to Buddhism but an in depth analysis of rebirth and karma. The book details on how ignorance leads to other causes and effect resulting in rebirth. Rebirth can be avoided by overcoming ignorance and enlightening like Buddha. But the concept is not easy to understand. I have to read the book three or four times to get a good understanding. If you have patience, interest in spirituality and Buddhism, then the book may of interest to you.
The book deals mainly with positive expressions and positive approach to problem. If you have not read "How to win Friends and Influence People" or "7 Habits of Highly effective people", then this book would be useful. Otherwise there is nothing new or game changing in this book. It is a inspirational book on positive approach.
The book does have few tips and tricks but overall the flow of the book is not coherent and it is not inspirational or motivational. If you really keep your interest in reading the book, then you may pickup few good points. But I lost my interest half way through the book and found it difficult to complete the book.
Once you complete the book, you will ask different questions to challenge the common theories floating around the newspapers which are based on some numbers. Does the new safty mechanism in our car really feel us safe? The author analyse the data in different perspective and comesup with reasonablly acceptable logical reasoning for many issues. We may have never thoght in that directions without Steven Levit. Really a thoght provoking book. Also tts a fun to read to this book.
This book is a auto biography of the author and how he become rich by being a entrepreneur. He states his experiances as ten lessons. If you have read any of his previous book, you will find nothing new. There is no new concept or principle. It is same old theory. The later part of the book is a good advertisement for his game which he sells at $200. The title is very interesting but not the stuff inside the book.
The 21 laws defines the leadership with 21 laws. Some of the laws we follow and some of these laws we don't follow. It gives an idea of what happens if we don't follow the laws. The self-introspection with the understanding of these 21 laws can help us identifing the missining links in leadership and work towards become a great leader.
Using pricipaled negociation as against taking position during negociation is explained in detail. Kowning the Best Alternative To Negaotiated Agreement(BATNA)of both partis before the negociation helps better negociation. Details examples give good idea of the negociation techniques. Very detailed and useful information for both personal and business dealing.
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