• What Poor People Do That Rich People Don't

  • A Practical Guide to Breaking Poor Financial Habits
  • By: Kevin Solimon
  • Narrated by: Andre White
  • Length: 31 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Money & Finance, Economics
  • 2.9 out of 5 stars (14 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

If you’re struggling to be wealthy and are wondering how to achieve your goals, then pay attention. This audiobook is your comprehensive guideline to becoming wealthy by identifying and weeding out your poor habits. 

As you listen, you will find 15 chapters, elucidating on the different habits that hold you back from becoming rich. The audiobook traces the psychology behind these habits while also offering useful guidelines on getting rid of them. 

We are sure the top three bad habits will surprise you!

Get ready to find a proper solution to avoid each of these toxic habits. All you need to do is follow the guidelines carefully to bring a positive change in your life. Once you do this, you’re a step closer to achieving your "much-coveted" goals.

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©2018 Kevin Solimon (P)2018 Kevin Solimon

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Could have been better

I received this book for free at my request but the opinion is of my own. There is a good list of things not to do but I feel the author could have expanded more on other things to do instead. Also, I feel it sort of judges people some people work odd hours and can’t just get up at 8 am or might have health issues. I do agree taking care of your health is impossible and to find lower cost alternatives. It doesn’t even touch how you can also save money by removing other things in your life that cost more money than even going out to eat once a day.

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What Poor people do

Good advice,but it is the same advice. You can do all these things and still be 'poor'. Andre White was a very good narrator.I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.'

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Stop your whining

Garbage. If you are poor, then don't waste a dime on this. Each chapter less than two minutes. It's a list of items, not a book. If printed I doubt it adds up to 10 pages. Here's two chapters, stop watching TV and eating junk food.

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Terrible

Simplistic ideas: stop watching so much tv- rich people don’t do that. Make your own beauty products to save money- ok I get that but to the point of the book title- are rich people really sitting at home blending coconut oil for lip balm? Tons of mispronounced or mis-used words really did this book in for me. I got as far as the advice to watch your money “skurp-you-lusly” (I assume he meant scrupulously-? I had to go back and listen again because I couldn’t believe a narrator would say that. That’s when I tapped out.) Over all I thought it was dumb. You know one thing poor people do that rich people don’t? Waste money on stupid books like this.