Mark Victor Hansen is co-author of the phenomenally successful Chicken Soup for the Soul series, and Robert G. Allen is the author of the blockbuster paradigm-shifting best seller Nothing Down. But it wasn't always that way. Neither author is a stranger to failure. Both have lost everything, more than once! But, independent of each other and over time, these two men came up with principles for helping both themselves and others. They began conducting their business lives along enlightened lines, and since then their joy and their wealth have grown exponentially.
Now, with this book, Hansen and Allen have teamed up to provide you with their time-tested tenets for unlocking the secrets of creating Enlightened Wealth.
Along the way you'll read stories of people just like you who have discovered the extraordinary lives they were meant to live and stepped into them. You'll learn how to turn your unknown assets into millions, create your own Enlightened Wealth Statement, unleash the power of "hundredfolding", follow the 101-Day Plan to your first million, and use Residual Philanthropy to pave your way to even greater wealth.
Yes, this is going to take determination and hard work, but once you've cracked the Millionaire Code, all your effort will seem "right" in a way that it never did before.
Are you ready to become the next enlightened millionaire?
©2005 Mark Victor Hansen and Robert Allen; (P)2005 Books on Tape, Inc.
"More than enough to inspire readers to make the connection between personal passion and wealth potential." (Publishers Weekly)
Mark Victor Hansen & Robert Allen have done it again! Picking up where they left off with the One Minute Millionare they take things to the next level in Cracking The Millionaire Code. If you consider yourself an "Infoprenuer" then this audible is for you. In overwhelming detail Mark & Robert teach listeners all the how tos(over 100+ great ideas), the why tos(because you are worth it)and the when tos (NOW!). Cracking The Millioniare Code has helped me to increase my bottomline, yet at the same time it has insipired me to expand my horizon! I give this one 5 Open Ears!
Totally on track. The authors clearly focus on why Higher Power blesses some and not others, and they give example after example of this.
Like anything, when the student is ready, the teacher will appear. This book isn't for everyone.
Listen to this, take notes, apply it. Too many people have benefitted from these two authors to say that it's warm and fuzzy philosophy. This is rubber meets the road information. Expect that it will benefit you as well.
Yes I would listen again because its great value and principles.
The steps to action. Visualizatio, the principles of the walthy, giving, and creating a mastermind group wich I am now working on.
The section on giving was my favoarite in relation to giving before we even start.
Enlighten Business success!
Really appreciated this book, it is moving me to action.
This is the first time I've taken the time to write a review. I have listened to many audio books and this one has to be the most "floofy" book on this topic that I've come across. It's painful to listen to ideas that I'm sure the authors never used themselves to become millionaires.
Say something about yourself!
philosophically, but fail to use philosophical terms correctly. This book is also a little to PC for me. It does give credit to God, but the authors got weak and decided to just keep calling God “Higher Power”. While I am thankful for the mention of God, most people who are friends with him or want to be, do not think of him as some vague electrical higher power. By watering it down you alienate the ones who actually do appreciate his name.
As for the meat of the book: It is flaky: like listening to a highly motivated introduction for 8 hrs and never ever moving on to the 2nd chapter. I was planning to read some Chicken soup books and Multiple streams of income by these others, but seeing how unprofessional this book was and how much money they have made from it, I am thinking about writing my own book. I believe I could present clearer, more logical and more helpful ideas.
Stopping the use of absurd made up words like Serendestiny,
I usually like a book read by the author, but they came across over enthusiastically, patronising and often evangelical about their theories, much of which is nonsense.
There was some genuinely sound business advice among a wealth of absolute rubbish.
I really hoped this book would be a real insight into how genuinely self-made men achieved their position. Instead, the essence of the book is, if you do the right thing morally and give back to others, 'god' will ensure you will be rewarded. Despite what you may or may not believe, the whole book is pure speculation without any proven examples of this working in practice. There are some useful parts, but i'm not sure I could listen again and filter through the utter nonsense, especially with the constant use of their made up buzz words like Serendestiny. Shame!
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