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10 Secrets of the New Rich: How To Join The World's New Breed Of Millionaires Paperback – January 19, 2013
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There's no question that life is tough. And when challenges come your way, there's always an excuse to quit. I've been there myself--I had a rough home life, I was a poor student, and my marriage only lasted four years. And to top it all off, my first business venture plunged me into $1.2 million in debt.
But despite the challenges I faced, I was determined to succeed. And after decades of hard work and learning, I'm proud to say that I've broken through adversity and now enjoy a successful career. I'm a successful Internet marketer, e-book and article writer, and network marketing business coach.
And now, my goal in life is to teach as many people as I can how to turn their challenges into their own stepping stones to success. Add me to your circles and let me share with you the wisdom I've gleaned from decades of adversity.
If I, a poor student who failed third grade twice, could make it into the big leagues, then so can you. Join my team and let's get started!
Top Customer Reviews
I had so many "a-ha" moments reading this book that I think my forehead is sore from hitting it so many times! Going from a history of past financial success paths to a good discussion on what works "now", the author has really hit a home run.
You NEED to read this book! It is intelligently written, has so much good advice, and presents great information that will help you overcome your addiction to your "J.O.B.", to your "comfort zones", and will help you achieve real success.
I don't want this review to turn into a summary of the book. If you have ever even for one moment considered entrepreneurship as a way to get rid of the chains of your dead-end job or career, you must read this book.
I sure am glad I did.
To help put this into context: If you count up all the TV, Sports and Hollywood celebrities and put them in a single bucket, you might be surprised to know this only makes up 1% of the world’s total millionaires.
FACT: 74% of the world’s millionaires are sales people and entrepreneurs just like you. Ordinary people, with extraordinary ideas.
We live in a country where anyone with an idea can become a millionaire. You just need to focus on it and create value. Meaning your idea is something people need. You don’t even need a college degree to become a millionaire. For college drop-outs, Bill Gates, Michael Dell, Steve jobs and Mark Zuckerberg seemed to have done pretty darn well.
If you’ve ever thought you’ll never get there from here – you need to think again, because Kevin shows how ordinary people with ordinary ideas have become financially independent. Tony Robbins said, “Success and Failure leave clues. Do what successful people are doing and you too, will achieve the same – if not even great success than they did.”
For me, Kevin did that and a lot more. He showcases how ordinary people can take a single idea, grow it and eventually sell their company in a few years.
As an owner of three successful businesses of my own – I can certainly tell you that Kevin’s advice is solid, timely and hits the nail on the head. Because his advice is real and it's how you go from zero to hero then cash out. This is a real “common sense guidebook,” for learning the steps any entrepreneur needs to get the inspiration, guidance and advice to turn your passion into a million dollar idea.
In a marketplace that’s already awash with ‘how to get rich’ books, sometimes you encounter something so staggeringly truthful you’re stopped on your tracks. Kevin Donaldson’s ’10 Secrets of the New Rich’ is one such book: it shows us a compelling glimpse into the things that make the newly rich tick—written in a language and style we can all easily “get”.
The book’s introduction alone sets the tone—and power—of ’10 Secrets of the New Rich’—succinct, immensely enlightening, BS-free, and excellently articulate, Donaldson has the knack for connecting the dots in a way that makes things in our head click in place. I’ve lost count how many times I exclaimed, “Touche!” The main point about this book is the fact that the game is changing—it has always been changing, but so few people realize the intricate mechanism of such an action. More and more people acquire and generate wealth in hitherto undreamt-of ways, yet, countless more are stuck in the jobs they hate, unable to “join” the Millionaires’ Club. So what, in bloody hell, do we do?
This book provides the answer—and it does so in such a punchy, high-impact narrative that you will never dose off reading it. It will leave you on fire—more out of excitement than out of anything else—and if the book ends up as your Fixed Point, your inspiration to actually make it out of that rut, then the consequences are merely pure gravy. Moreover, there’s Donaldson’s writing—his literary talent can make even protracted discussions about, say, diversified investing, entertaining, and he’ll make you I forget you’re actually reading a business book.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book encourage me to start my home business. Thanks for sharing. I just start my business when i only read half of the book.Published 2 months ago
Book was a quick read. It rehashes ideas that I've read in other books but it does give these ideas a fresh appeal. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Paul
You can get some information out of this book but most of it pretty basic. The book could also have been better edited and far better organized. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Stella Okure
An educational book on starting a home-based business and setting yourself up for financial freedom all while maintaining a work-life balancePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Poor writing in the center of the book like it was written by someone else.Published 5 months ago by Emery Palmer
Too general. It seems like posts mashup without connection between themes. I learned very little here. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Héctor
I can't believe all the 5-star reviews; are we reading the same book? I would have given this book one star in terms of its usefulness. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Early Winter
By following the new game with new rules, one is guaranteed to become part of the new rich cluster. That is the promise of this book. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Elizabeth Worth
the review- is good but, feels wordy like there is going to b a wordy sales pitch at the end. all of these i've read have only stolen my time.Published 6 months ago by Jason D Bulsa at do.psychology.blogspot