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Publisher's Summary

The Rich Habits are 10 principles created through years of researching the daily success habits of the author's wealthiest clients. These 10 simple principles miraculously transform every individual who comes into contact with them. By applying these principles, you are literally walking in the footsteps of the wealthy.

In Rich Habits, Tom Corley provides a step-by-step financial success program that is concise, easy to understand, and even easier to apply regardless of your age, education, or income level. In these tough economic times, individuals are struggling financially and desperately looking for help in achieving financial success. All people seek prosperity for themselves and their families, and with Rich Habits the secret to financial success possessed by only the wealthiest individuals will be revealed.

©2009 Thomas C. Corley (P)2016 Thomas C. Corley

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It's a pitch. Pushing his seminar in every chapter

What disappointed you about Rich Habits?

Every chapter begins with a different tragic, sap story and ends with how someone invited them to the "Rich Habits" seminar and changed their life. The only thing you will get from this book is that you need to go to his seminar, otherwise there is no value.

What could Thomas C. Corley have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

He could have tried to offer some real practical or inherent value in some way, I spent my money and even worse, my time, listening to what ended up providing no value whatsoever. I kept reading thinking it would redeem itself at the end but it doesn't.

Would you be willing to try another one of Rich Grimshaw’s performances?

Maybe. I didn't have a problem with the narrator.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

It tugs at your heart strings a little with the stories. A father losing his wife to cancer and having to raise the children on his own, unfortunately, it ends with him getting invited to this seminar and magically turning it all around.

Any additional comments?

A fine display of someone filling the internet with useless content and wasting peoples time with a book that will only benefit the author. If you want to pitch someone, don't try to fool them by doing it this way. There are far more creative ways to gather leads as an digital marketer.

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It can be made into a nice blog post

Make a column for your bad habits and another column of your good habits. Ex) I watch too much TV, I will only watch 1 hr of TV weekly or daily. The idea is to build positive habits by replacing bad habits with good ones.

Improve everyday, build on knowledge of your industry daily, make goals, take care of health, don't overindulge in eating, be balanced. Do not procrastinate, use incantations, save 10% income, build relationships without expecting anything in return.

That is the summary of the book.

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One chapter is good

The stories were stupid, but the one chapter was good. If you listen to that one chapter it's okay.

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Kind of hokey

The basic principles are sound. But, the stories that bookend the habits is pretty Horacio Alger. And, they're so laborious in their fictionalized detail. Reminds me of how cult members are initiated. In the end, the whole endeavor feels like a 'cone on' for his Rich Habits program. So, that gives it a sort of smarmy taint.

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Excellent

I love the story and the message. Its a very easy read that can help anyone!

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Nothing enlightening

If you're not living pay check to pay check, you're likely already doing all the book really shares.

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loved it.

It was short and to the point. All of the habits mentioned can help anyone in their situation. Awesome book.

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Good Resource

It is a good general resource for affirmations and situational anecdotes. I like to add that I'll probably review this audio series more than once.

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great read

this book was short and sweet and a strong message was made. I will implement these habits

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Repetitive, and unnecessarily mysterious

The necessity of having a program sponsor appear at the moment of hitting rock bottom is told at least four times and consumes almost 80% of the time that the book runs. It appears that the habit of getting rich is mining bars for losers and selling them this story of sponsorship.

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  • Stefan Kudev
  • 10-03-17

Everyone should listen to / read this book

Truly a lot of things that school or parents won't tell you about. Highly recommended.

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  • Sali
  • 01-18-17

Handy tips

Useful tips that can be implemented by nearly everyone. I didn't enjoy the narrator's voice as much as I had hoped I would, I found it robotic and not very relaxing to listen to. Probably the kind of book best owned as a paperback in order to underline and revisit personal notes made.

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  • Adrian Shaw
  • 01-15-17

This book is a waste of time & effort & money.

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

This book says nothing new and provides little more than a simple to-do list for a morning routine. The list is little more than a wish list of 'what' to do, missing the 'why' and missing the 'how'. Although many of the habits are intuitively sensible, there is no research, no science, no reality. Finally, to say something as incorrect and ridiculous as 'successful people don't sit around and get depressed' is just plain wrong .... like so much else in this thinly veiled advertorial piece for CPAs.

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