Is it possible to make a million dollars in only one minute? The answer just might surprise you. The One Minute Millionaire is an entirely new approach, a life-changing "millionaire system" that will teach you how to:
The One Minute Millionaire is a revolutionary approach to building wealth as well as a powerful program for self-discovery. Here are two books in one, fiction and nonfiction, designed to address two kinds of learning so that you can fully integrate these life-changing lessons.
However, the lessons here are not just about becoming a millionaire - they are about becoming an enlightened millionaire and how to ethically make, keep and share your wealth. Whether your goal is less than a million dollars or that amount many times over, there's never been a better time to achieve abundance. Let The One Minute Millionaire show you the way.
©2002 Mark Victor Hansen and Robert G. Allen; (P)2002 Random House Inc., Random House Audio, a Division of Random House Inc.
"Sixty years of wisdom condensed into sixty seconds of wealth." (Harvey Mackay, author of Swim with the Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive)
"Mark and Bob are geniuses. I've learned a lot from them and you will too!" (Robert Kiyosaki, author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad)
In my opinion this book is designed for those who can "get the point". Included is a "FICTIONAL" story to illustrate the point of not giving up, and other motivational points. How committed and how far would you go to achieve?... If I don't remember or execute anything else about the book I will at least remember the story and what was conveyed.
From the over-enthusiastic narrator to the ridiculous sappy novel within this "guide", this book is a waste of time. The money making principles detailed are well known and common sense. If making a pile of loot were only so easy.
I should have taken a hint from the "The Enlightened Way to Wealth" subtitle, but unfortunately did not. After less than 10 minutes of being told of such wondrous facts as that (not verbatim, but in essence) "anger distorts the energy patterns around you", "abundance is everyone's natural state", etc., I decided to go back to reading "Essays of Warren Buffett". Perhaps the book improves later on, but I'm not interested in a "magical" approach to wealth--perhaps, instead of waiting for the universe to bless me, I'll continue studying investments.
Wanna know about people? Look at their checkbook. This book tackles teaching 'giving' to people. It does a splendid job of doing just that. In addtion it shares with us the true power of giving our time and money to others. Wanna know who doesn't like that? Probably those who cannot see beyond their own lunch.
Very boring. Knowing that it took several years to become a multi-millionare myself, I found little helpful information to improve on what I have.
First off, there's no way to make a million dollars in a minute using anything you learn in this book. Second, the timelines in this book are goofy. The character in the book can close on a property in a couple of days. I've been working on closing on my house for weeks now with no end in sight. Maybe it's because I live in NY, the home of bureaucracy but I can't imagine it's much better in other states. Regardless, I do agree with many of the "state on mind" ideas in this book but because of the poor writing, I can't give it too much credit...
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