A is A. John Galt would be proud of these principals. This book will only make sense to you if you already have some of these thoughts but you didn't know they were there or you couldn't peice them together on your own yet.
very captivating, tells a lot about the different mind of a wealth person, how they think and what they do with their money however this book does not tell what to do to increase your assets. looking into books about Warren buffett now.
A well-thought-out call and educational book for the experienced business owner or the entrepreneur. I would recommend this book called those who want to teach their children about money or for those who want to continue educating them selves on how money will work for them!
I don't agree with everything, but this is an awesome book overall. Wish I had read this years ago. It's really a good read about the destructive financial behaviors most people have.
This is a great intro to personal finance and will inspire you to take the right steps to make your future self wealthy. It is NOT a get rich quick book, it is a get rich 20 years from now book, but that makes it much more valuable since it's entirely realistic for anyone with an average intelligence and work ethic. Beware that the last chapter or so is a big sales pitch for the rest of the author's products, and some of the advice is a bit outdated with the internet being so rich with free information too.
Good book for teenagers and young adults. Condescending at times. Most info is common sense for most adults. He assumes that most people have his life philosophy of being rich. He oversimplifies global economics! Nevertheless thought provoking for young minds.