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How to Finance Your Full-Time RV Dream

Narrated by: Robert Grothe
Length: 1 hr and 14 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
2.5 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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In this book we won't get too much into helping you choose the right RV - that's a whole other book in itself. In this book we will, however, provide solid informational framework on how you can finance your full-time RV dream. There are several ways in which you can finance your full-time RV dream, from selling your own physical skills and abilities to what is called passive income. We will do our best to cover the majority of the options out there for you to successfully finance your full-time RV dream and live the life God has intended for you.

It should be noted here in the forward that in this book there is considerable emphasis placed on utilizing the Internet as a major resource regarding how to finance your full-time RV dream.

I wouldn't want you to purchase this book without understanding that first and foremost. If you're unfamiliar with the Internet, than there may be a learning curve but this is true of any new job you start - take it in stride and press on ever closer to your full-time RV dream. One other thing to consider is that, with the Internet, new opportunities are always arising to gain further streams of revenue.

Though considerable emphasis is placed on utilizing the Internet as a tool to finance your full-time RV dream, we do take a balanced approach in this book. As there is no guarantee in anything in life, so we attempt to have a multilayered systematic approach in which there are multiple backups to various forms of revenue, including how you generate them.

It is our belief and philosophy that to put your eggs all in one basket is fatalistic and a plan for failure. We want you to be as successful as possible and then share your testimony with us. We would love to hear from those that utilize the strategies in this book and learn how they have impacted your life and enabled you to live your full-time RV dream. God bless you.

©2016 American Christian Defense Alliance, Inc. (P)2016 American Christian Defense Alliance, Inc.

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Crappy writing

Before I go into why I left such a terrible review, let me preface it with, the narrator did an okay job with the crap he was given. For narration about business, he did a good job. Could have done slightly less monotone, in my opinion, but how much voice inflection can we really expect in this style of book? 4 stars for being the only bearable part of this experience.

Now that that’s out of the way: I have Several complaints. I’ll only voice 3 here.

1: the author did a crappy job writing. The style was “thesis/idea followed by facts” which is one way to do it, and I’m not judging. But the way the writing is done is backwards. Instead of formulating clever one-liners and backing them up with facts, this writer just wrote random words down and tried to pawn it off as the continuation of the previous thought. And this snowballs in each section of the book.

Perfect example: This is after discussing the need for battery banks for 5 minutes (without giving details on the power bank, how to construct one, companies that can do one for you, or resources you can use to determine what’s right for your needs, like a good author should, btw): “...and on that thought: green smoothies. Because you need to energize your body to fully...” look, that’s random. trying to justify it as “body power” isn’t tying it into what we’ve been discussing. It’s not clever. It’s annoying, and this happens throughout the entire book. Truly awful, and detracts from what could have been a great advice giving book.

2: Jesus. Look, I’m a Christian. I can accept praise to god here and there in a book or art form. I get it, I do...but the authors praise seems half hearted at best, and is worked in places that don’t really make sense. On top of that, it’s worked in as a random afterthought, so it doesn’t even feel like it belongs in this book. best leave Jesus in prayer, and if you’re gonna praise him, do it with feeling.

3: the advice is crap. For a book dedicated to giving advice on finances/financing a lifestyle, it reads more like a “here’s a vague description of what I did, hope this helps.” Kinda book...honestly, I didn’t even hear any sources until the last 10 minutes. The content is just terrible, and the few good ideas presented are unoriginal.

Even for a book written in 2016. “Did you know you could make money with a successful YouTube channel” is just lousy. Everyone knows you can make money on a successful YouTube channel, even in 2016. The problem is, the YouTube channel has to be successful (1 in a million chance). And that’s the good, detailed advice that was given. That or “try to see if you can telework so you don’t have to quit your job in the first place.” No shit. But babbling on nonsensically about passive income like people don’t all try to get these income strings? For 10 minutes in a 90 minute book? That’s annoying.

I normally am not super critical of books. If I don’t like one, I’ll just not review it and quietly trade it for a different book with audible...but this book is a dumpster fire. It shouldn’t have been published, in my honest opinion. I hope my review helps anyone trying to buy a book from this source select literally any other book out there.

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