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What's the difference between you and Warren Buffett? Between you and your boss? Or between you and your successful neighbor? What do the financially comfortable have that you don't? It's not that those people were born into money, caught a lucky break, or have an Ivy League education. It's not even that they are smarter than you or make more money than you do each year. So what do they have that you don't...at least not yet?

Trusted financial coach Jean Chatzky shares the secrets her groundbreaking research of the self-made wealthy has uncovered so that anyone can break through the barriers that stand between them and true financial freedom.

©2009 Jean Chatzky; (P)2009 Random House Audio

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Worth the time and money

I'm not really into "stats" but this book was interesting all the way through and I found plenty of gems.

I would suggest the UNABRIDGED version (I tend to get those when available).

If you liked Predictably Irrational (different Author and subject... but something feels "similar"), then you will like this one also.

Some great financial advice... small things can make a difference.

14 of 15 people found this review helpful

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Better choices for your commute

Stat after stat after stat. Some interesting, some not. It was tough to finish the whole thing. There's a lot of similarity to the Millionaire Mind series from a different author. But he does a better job of analyzing what and why rather than percents.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful