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Will becoming a millionaire really set you free? Americans continue to work longer and harder to pursue freedom based on the belief that more money and success will lead to a better life, yet most feel less free than ever. While the typical American trades the vast majority of their time and energy with the hope that someday in the future they will be free, they tragically fail to realize that their intense pursuit of financial success is the very thing robbing them of the freedom they desire. So where do we find freedom? What should we be pursuing? In Lifeonaire Steve Cook and Shaun McCloskey challenge you to explore and discover what it is that you really desire -- an abundant life. What we really desire is to become a Lifeonaire.

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Learned New Things

I definitely plan on implementing the being debt free and buying things outright, if at all possible. I see how debt may be used to benefit, such as how Phil Knight used debt in Shoe Dog. The principles here are new data that I am able to use in the future though.

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Must read it! great book!

Very relatable book Love the fundamentals of the teaching start to finish learned something new. This book was an eye-opener for my life I recommend this book. Going to apply these lessons. #lifeonaire

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Game Changer!

This book was great and changed my mindset about how we incur debt and work hard towards financial freedom and really how much we actually need to enjoy life. Would definitely recommend this book to everyone I know, the fact that it is told as a story made it easier to relate to and enjoyable to listen to.

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This is a must read

This book should be in our schools curriculum we don't learn about money oin school and yet out effects all of us. Get on the right track and change your life.

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a book most people need to read!

This is a great book that takes an introductory look into how life should be done.

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I Choose to Be A Lifeonaire!

Incredible read! I am looking at life in HD after reading this book. I recommend this book for anyone seeking a source of inspiration to change their lives for the better.

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Excellent Allegory!

Great book for everyone. Written in as an easy to follow story with excellent practical applications!

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Boring

I love self help books but this book was just really awful. I couldn't get through the whole thing because it was so boring. I am surprised at all the positive reviews. Want my money back!

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Life-altering TRUTH for BUSY professionals!

Wow! LIFEONAIRE is an incredible account of a "successful" businessman making $200k yr who is consumed by his work and business...yet a man whose relationship is strained with his wife and young children. It's the story of a working wife and mother of 2 beautiful children, who finds herself at the end of her rope with a man who just can't find time for their family, yet juggles her own busy schedule. LIFEONAIRE is packed full of TRUE life lessons on business and family, how to address these situations and more, all of which are particularly applicable for today's busy work professionals!

Are you a "work-a-holic"? Are you stuck working 50-60 plus hours a week trying to get ahead? Are you a wealthy business owner whose life is completely encompassed and identified by your business? Are you a dual income family who put your kids in daycare so you can work? Are you so entrenched in debt that what might normally be considered a great payday is barely enough to meet your financial obligations? This book is a Godsend written for YOU!

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Depressing

I wonder if I was in the wrong state of mind but this book made me very depressed and worried that what I was doing in life met the standard of the author. It felt very judging. I was looking for more of an uplifting, this is how you make your life rich, type of book. In the end, I just felt like I could never achieve what the author considers enlightenment and therefore would be considered a failure. I guess I just didn't care for how the theory was broken down. Not for me. I wouldn't say I have a fragile ego either. I just ft lielke the story was told a s a guilt trip rather than a personal finance self-help book.