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5.0 out of 5 starsNo nonsense guide to wealth
Reviewed in the United States on January 1, 2020
I am enjoying this cd program greatly. I'm on disc 5 at the moment and there are lots of practical tips to follow. Just listening to it in my vehicle so am taking my time getting through the entire program. TIP: I found it helpful when I finish listening to a disc to IMMEDIATELY replay the same disc. It helps me retain the information better and actually learn something versus just going right away to the next disc and getting information overload.
Anything this guy writes or says about multifamily and commercial real estate is golden. He is witty, fun and very knowledgeable. A true investor will not regret investing in the time to read or listen to Dolf. I hope I get to meet him in person some day. Paul Toronto PS I am using his strategy and making more than 50% ROI: way over.
Reviewed in the United States on November 27, 2008
I bought this program on the assumption that it would be about practical real estate investing.
Although the importance of real estate was mentioned, the program turned out to be a more typical Nightingale Conant program focusing on motivation and improving your mental abilities.
If you enjoyed 'The Secret', you'll probably love this program as it talks a bit about attracting wealth, although thankfully, it was against quick fixes and stresses the importance of continual education/lifelong learning.
Overall, I'd give it four stars as it wasn't what I expected, but it's still a solid program and I got some good content from it.
1.0 out of 5 starsNever has one man done so little on Six CDs
Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2012
This ruse of De Roos has more padding than a twelve year old's bra. This is the same old tired bovine excreta that has been peddled (or is it piddled) out there since the days of the New Thought turn of the century types. Think positive, write down your goals, eat your oatmeal and click your Ruby Slippers type stuff. OK he is a real estate genius or something. Gee, a lot of real estate geniuses these days are broke, or on the way. When a developer plays golf these days, he doesn't say "Fore!" He says "FOREclosure." Six CDs for this message that could fit in a microdot? Here is a dose of reality: You can write down your goals all you want, and there may be sixteen things before breakfast, that you have no control over that will totally mess you up with regards to the realization of those goals. You can think as positive as you want, but maybe when you're working on the top floors of the World Trade Center, the Saudi that is going to crash the plane into your break room doesn't know or care. No such thing as luck? Maybe you should read The Black Swan or The Drunkard's Walk or The Outliers, and your opinion might change. You know what, it is better to write down your goals. That takes five seconds to say and absorb. It is better to be optimistic (cautiously) than overly pessimistic (unrealistically). Another five seconds to say and absorb. You ain't getting rich working for anybody else 9-5. Another five seconds to say and absorb. Be prepared to take risks and work your rear end off in your own business. Another five seconds. There--we are done. Don't need six CDs. Remember this also: behind every successful man is a pending indictment.
Save your money and time and miss this self promoter. Lets see, Dolf was making money hand over fist from 2000 to 2007 in real estate. I wouldn't be surprised that he LOST all of his LEVERAGED money he invested in real estate. I love it when Dolf states 'there no big bubble in real estate' and how he keeps pushing how easy and effortless it is to make tons of money throughout the audio book. I couldn't stop laughing at his arrogance that he would be able to produce more millionaires than Warren Buffet!?! Yikes! Talk about a big head....I guess that its time for Dolf to get a job (just above bankruptcy) since the floor fell out of real estate (probably will not be back to 2006 levels for a long time).