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.
Essentials for everyone. Almost no water. Easy and clear. Definitely recommend! Should be re-read monthly)
She was a smart, snappy, lighthearted girl who knew it all at 14 and let television audiences everywhere know it. Now a woman in her late 20s, her searching blue eyes are more serious but mostly amused by the people around her. The gap-toothed smile that made her seem younger than she really was is gone, but she still lightens up the room. Her unpredictable wardrobe rocks just like when she was a kid, but her fashion sense has evolved, and it makes men and women turn their heads.
May be, you childhood heroes shouldn't ever grow up:) It's hard to see them cursing and having sexlife.
The ending is too crumpled and abridged.
But in general - not bad at all! Feels like it was another few episodes of Clarissa's life and there will be more. .. (I hope so! :)
Thank you so much, Mr. Kriegman! It was really nice to meet this crazy girl again. Like a long time no seen childhood friend...
p.s. There was some off-screen speaking and few repeated takes which weren't deleted from the published version of this audio book. Have someone listened to it before starting to sell? )
Each day we face a barrage of images and messages from society and the media telling us who, what, and how we should be. We are led to believe that if we could only look perfect and lead perfect lives, we'd no longer feel inadequate. So most of us perform, please, and perfect, all the while thinking, What if I can't keep all of these balls in the air? Why isn't everyone else working harder and living up to my expectations? What will people think if I fail or give up? When can I stop proving myself?
Must read of you're a perfectionist and probably also if you're studying psychology. Second part of the book is little of topic and kind of boring. And in my opinion too much unnecessary author's personal stories. But in the whole really not bad, although for complete digestion I'll probably need to read it once or a few more times. The narration is absolutely great!
There are just some things she'd never be caught doing. Chattering away on her cell phone about the latest family drama while in line at the grocery store? Never. Updating her Facebook status in the middle of a conversation with a friend? Certainly not. Spouting off her political opinions in mixed company? Not her style. Fumbling through airport security with complicated shoes and a misplaced boarding pass? Wouldn’t think of it.
The useful necessities of modern lady behaviour. No excessive information. Very pleasant narrator. Few moments, that'll make you smile.
True Prep is a contemporary look at how the old guard of natural-fiber-loving, dog-worshipping, G&T-soaked preppies adapt to the new order of things. Birnbach considers the prep attitude towards money (ambivalent), schools (good investment), wardrobe (now your clothes fit), work (some careers will never be prep), decorating (ask mummy), scandal (including rehab and prison), and food and drink (with some classic recipes for both).
No comparison to The Official Peppy Guide. The narrator's voice and intonation are too much acting and unpleasant. Stopped reading on the first chapter
The Old Money Book details how anyone from any background can adopt the values, priorities, and habits of America's upper class in order to live a richer life. This entertaining and informative work reveals for the first time, the core values that shape the discreet - but truly affluent - Old Money way of life. Author Byron Tully then details how old money does it, offering time-tested strategies about everything from clothes and cars to finances and furnishings.
The most motivating (in saving money) book! Reevaluated my values. No water. Ironic and humorous.
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Roger James Hamilton, himself a highly successful entrepreneur and successful investor, has designed nine steps - from barely surviving - all the way to the highest level of ultimate wealth for life - and he lays out his nine steps in an easy-to-understand "color-coded" manner that ranges from red (barely living paycheck-to-paycheck) all the way to ultra-violet (where generating income is simply no longer a worry)....
Must read for everyone who wants to earn more, be more purposefull, learn new things from different areas or simply lost their way in life. The book brings you smile, hope and enjoyment through it's every second.
The narrator is very pleasant. I couldn't have read the book better for myself! Pauses, emotions, smiles - everything is in his voice. The book became alive, more vivid thanks to him. He even talks a bit like Roger does:)
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