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"The implication of The Millionaire Next Door is that nearly anybody with a steady job can amass a tidy fortune." (Forbes)
A few good principles discussed throughout the book. Excessive data that wasn't very helpful for me. Narrator was a little dry for my tastes (but that's just personal preference).
I loved the depth and detail of this book. While the figures can be difficult to stand up to over many hours, the information is still extremely useful. I recommend this book to EVERYONE who cares about their well being.
I really enjoyed this book but there is a lot of chapters that spend a lot of time talking about model of cars.. I get it, wealthy people mostly drive big sizes cheap cars but I dont need to know a whole chapter on cars.
How our natural perception of people who are wealthy is misguided.
When he was comparing the different types of car buyers. I never realized how much time most waste on purchasing a vehicle compared to applying that time to a regular budget and finances.
Very helpful to understand how to keep your income and allow it to work for you.
Although the book is dated the principles are timeless. It is a must read for every parent and teenager. I originally bought the book for my teenagers thinking I knew everything it had to say and like so many books touting the secrets of financial success would fail to mention the importance of the person you marry. I was impressed to learn that it more than touched on this in addition to many interesting facts and topics.
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