You must have multiple streams of income to be financially secure. And that advice is more important than ever in today's economic climate.
Let's face it. Isn't security what we all really want in life? We can live without fancy cars and trips, designer clothes and accessories, but we can't live without a roof over our heads, and too many hard-working Americans are finding themselves in that situation today, through no fault of their own. Why? Because they have become victims of the economic cycle, since they didn't know the proven strategies that could have helped them create a financial security blanket that could have protected them from this downturn.
There are so many ways to not only survive but prosper in this economy and so many people are just keeping their heads down, hoping to hang on to their jobs, and not doing a thing to be proactive in protecting their futures.
©2011 Mark Victor Hansen (P)2011 Made for Success, Inc.
It is a nice pick-me-up, short burst of enthusiasm... with lot's of name dropping and self-aggrandizement.
I was waiting for the meat, but it never came.
Don't be deceived by the title of the book. Mark goes from topic to topic that has nothing to do with finance. He covers religion which is something you shouldn't mix with finance. At the end I had been asking myself what it was all about. He just gets carried away and goes of in a new direction, which he does often without bringing a story to an conclusion. Which is frustration. Nothing new here. Just a lot of quotes out of famous books. A let down and not worth the money.
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