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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)
this book addresses the possibility of spoiling a child to their own hurt. I found this section quite enlightening. I believe my wife and I are guilty. I recommend this book to all. I would like to see this book with updated information.
I would have to say that it has given me a different prospective in life. I especially enjoyed the parts about how to help your children not hinder them when it comes to finances.
great book! eye opening and thought provoking when each.lesson is applied to your own habits. very stat heavy with somewhat dated information. id love to hear the numbers on a more recent study.
"Makes money sense"
Sobering read in todays instant gratification world. The chapters in this book will shift most peoples paradigms on wealth and its accumulation. The book provides a sages worth of attitude changing insights into why individuals need to be more conscious of money management. It indirectly also provides hope that with the right money and investment attitude, regardless of the level of current income, one can make steady progress towards a significantly improved financial position over the long run.
Fantastic this book has changed my life. This book is also recomended to me by Brian Tracy
"Interesting in parts"
Liked the formulae to track your wealth.
Always been a pay your self first investor never knew there was a term for it
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