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The strategies of the super-rich are now available to you!

Think Like a Billionaire: Proven Strategies from the Titans of Wealth is the first comprehensive picture of the real strategies and tactics that built the great business fortunes of our times. Packed with engaging accounts of titans like Lee Iacocca, Warren Buffett, Sam Walton, and Donald Trump, Think Like a Billionaire will show you principles that can increase your wealth and business acumen to the mogul level.

Working in the same vein as Napoleon Hill’s classic Think and Grow Rich, Martin Fridson has conducted exhaustive research into the minds of classic billionaires and has brought forth his findings in this program. By simply purchasing this program, you have taken an important step forward on your journey to extraordinary wealth. In fact, you are already ahead of where many self-made billionaires stood when they began their illustrious careers. Unlike you, they had no road map. There was no product - like this program you are being offered - that systematically and objectively analyzed the methods of the individuals who preceded them.

Martin looks at the careers, methods, and minds of self-made billionaires to distill the common keys to colossal accumulations of wealth. He identifies the methods, beliefs, and behaviors you must understand and emulate to reach the pinnacle of riches. As Martin will tell you, you can apply these same methods, beliefs, and behaviors to your life to grasp the billionaire mindset.

©2004 Martin Fridson (P)2004 Nightingale Conant

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  • Carlo
  • SAN DIEGO, CA, United States
  • 01-12-15

Very motivational

This audiobook is more motivational as compared to his other audiobook "How to be a Billionaire" where the stories shared were technical to its guidance. This is just a revisit of the first audiobook but it's still good. I didn't give it a 5 star because it sounded like a standard motivational literature that I've heard already. Don't get me wrong; I'm not saying this material isn't good, but I was expecting this literature to be more advanced. However, Martin was very convictive when delivering the stories which definitely pumped me up. Consider buying this material but definitely buy the other audiobook "How to be a Billionaire."

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Imagine the transformation

This has given me the mindset I have been missing. I have work effort but was missing the mindset. Thank you for providing me the mindset. Very valuable to me, I can listen to this again to reinforce a concept and apply to any situation, thanks for the beginning.

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Incredible Insight, Wonderful Storytelling

I thouroughly enjoyed this book, and the manner that is was told. I cannot say, however, that everyone will enjoy it. There is a certain mindsst you have to be in to enjoy this book. You cannot be under the dillusion that this book will make you think like a billionaire. The title seems to reel in those types of thinkers, however the book does not even try to teach you to think like one (Because if you could, why would you read this book).

What it does do, is give you perspective as to why the things they did, got them to become billionaires. It is a totally divergent set of thinking that will help you understand the purpose of this book. If you do not read this expecting to be a billionaire (which most people seem to) you cannot be dissapointed.

Some people look at it as inspiration, other take the title literal. As to which is better, I cannot say.

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Great ideas presented here.

More kind of mentality instructions here, but still will help you and is useful in a little more than a half of the book.
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