If you're ready to take the journey to wealth and personal fulfillment, here's your ticket. In this life-changing audiobook, entrepreneur and inspirational speaker Keith Cameron Smith tells you how to think like a millionaire and reap the benefits of a millionaire mindset. The key to moving beyond the middle class and up the economic ladder is mastering 10 vital principles, including:
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This is a short book but one of the best I have come across so far, its power packed with information.
2 out of the 10 distinctions mentioned in this audio have changed the way I think forever.
Tried and true principles that work every time when applied. Found the book to be loaded with wisdom and application. Very enjoyable and easy to listen to.
This is a really good book. It gets you thinking about how you've been brought up and how your mindset has been influenced by family, society, and friends.
If you want a good read to get you on your way to changing how you think, this is the one. I bought the audio, but enjoyed it so much I had to have the actual book in my library.
Please buy it, you wont regret it, best buy in audible so far. Really amazing that in less that 2hrs you can learn so much. I will keep buying books from this autor, thanks Keith Cameron!!
Those words of wisdom apply very much to this gem. Much of the book only reaffirmed my own empirical evidence of how the world works, and the rest was very potent information. Highly recommended.
Author's 10 distinctions are very insightfull. By mediating on the principles stated I truly believe, his advice can enable people to prosper.
The "distinctions" are valid and useful for continued inspiration on the path to financial freedom. Simple reminders such as long-term planning, keeping your conversations on ideas while avoiding gossip and seeing the opportunity in change are convenient to have in a top ten book. The stories of the author's personal life and constant reminders of his millionaire status (like his winner status in Distinctions between Winners and Losers) are unfortunate. In the future, I hope Mr. Smith regulates his personal story, attributes, and judgments to the introduction.
I found this audio book to be a really good listen.
The author gives plenty of his own life experiences but does not over do it. Some amount of actual you "need to do this type info" but some philosophical issues as well. I hope that the author comes out with more bigger and better books over the long haul.
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