This book would be much more effective if it was a LOT shorter. The entire Part 1 just tells you why you should strive to be a "millionaire real estate investor". The second part does have some useful information including some very help worksheets on the bonus CD.
It's biggest negative is its repetition. If you made a drinking game out of this book and took a shot everytime the narrator says "millionaire real estate investor" you would be drunk after 15 minutes! On the other hand, that might be the only way to tolerate the book.
My overall assessment is that the content on Part 2 is decent, but it's very repetive and should have been compressed to having only one part.
The positive of this book is the fascination of hearing all about Trump's deals and how his out-of-the-box thinking gets him great deals and makes him lots of money. The negative is that everything is on such a large scale that it's hard to apply to most small investors.
I think the intention of the book was to use Trump as an example and show how to apply his ideas to the small investor. For me, personally, a lot of those concepts were over my head, but what I did get out of the book was motivation and inspiration. So I would recommend the book more on entertainment value than educational value.
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