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ISBN-13: 978-1931866002 ISBN-10: 1931866007

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 238 pages
  • Publisher: C W M Publishing (October 30, 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1931866007
  • ISBN-13: 978-1931866002
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (138 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #397,682 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

Editorial Reviews


"A proven, practical book that will accelerate you towards financial independence. Read it, follow it and watch your life change!" -- Brian Tracy - Author The 100 Absolutely Unbreakable Laws of Business Success

"If you want to make millions, read this book." -- Robert Allen - NY Times Bestselling Author Creating Wealth

Conversations with Millionaires is one of the top 3 books I would recommend to anyone to change your life. -- Philippe Matthews, President, Empowermag.com

About the Author

The creator of 'Conversations with Millionaires' is TV Success Story, #1 Best-Selling Author, & Professional Speaker/Trainer, Jason Oman. Jason LOVES training & helping people achieve the success of their dreams so they can enjoy TRUE financial freedom! Jason also co-created 'Conversations with Female Millionaires' as well as the life-changing steps to success revealed at: MillionaireMoneyFormula.com! Learn more about Jason & his amazing secrets to success at JasonOman.com

More About the Author

These pictures include me on stage with fellow #1 Best-Selling Author & Millionaire Robert Allen. He wanted to publicly acknowledge and congratulate me on my success (he also wrote the Foreword for my #1 Best-Seller 'Conversations with Millionaires'). And 1 of the pics is me being interviewed as a 'Success Story' on a TV infomercial. There's more info about me here too: http://JasonOman.com/AboutJason
Also, my latest book 'Conversations with Female Millionaires' has now launched too! So, check that out too! I let my Ezine subscribers know about that kinda thing before anyone else. So, head to http://JasonOman.com/AboutJason & sign up for a FREE subscription to my Ezine if you haven't already!
Check out my Social Media Pages and Blog too!
And my Blog is http://77MillionaireSecrets.com

Customer Reviews

This book will change your life.
David L Petersen
Mike Litman and Jason Oman have created a book that gives people the guidelines and principles that one truly needs for financial success.
The information is very down to earth, and easy to read.
Paula Snyder

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156 of 162 people found the following review helpful By Adam Mikiewicz on June 30, 2002
Format: Paperback
Bottom line, this book is worth the asking price. Many people search for specific methodologies for attaining millionaire status. The truth is, it's very difficult to reproduce the *specific* actions that other millionaires used to achieve their wealth. Instead, you need to master the thought processes that motivated the initiation of those lucrative actions of millionaires so that you can come up with your own creative sources of wealth.
I would be willing (and did) to purchase this book solely for the Jim Rohn interview. Jim teaches you in this book that success is something that you attract by the person that you become...that if you work hard on your job, you'll make a living. But if you work hard on yourself, you'll make a fortune. Jim's teachings are excellent because he focuses on how you can progress from where you are right now...by taking small steps that consist of small disciplines. "Discipline weighs ounces and regret weighs tons." His message is that you don't need a revolution or do anything spectacularly dramatic for your self-esteem to start going off the scale...just make a commitment to any easy discipline..then another one and another one until you become unrecognizable as the mediocre person you may have been up until now. Just start with some little something to prove to yourself that you're going to develop a whole list of disciplines.
Jim talks about reasons. If you have enough reasons, you can do anything. If you have enough reasons, you'll read all the books that you need to read. You'll get up however early you need to get up. Sometimes we find it a little hard to get out of bed. We want to linger.
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63 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Sunny Reader on October 28, 2005
Format: Paperback
A more appropriate title for this book is "Interviews with folks who are selling their own get rich or personal books, who happen to be millionaires through the product they are peddling -- Robert Allen style". This includes Mr. Amos and the 1-800-flowers guy, they are selling their own books. Besides all of the rhetoric hype, there is no valuable insight to wealth building. No meat. Each person simply explains the philosophy of their product/book and Litman announces how to goto their website plus their 800 number. There are some tidbits but they accumulate to less than 10% of this thin book. The first four interviews, nearly half of the book, contain zero value. They appear to be added as filler.

That said, two of the books featured "The Emyth" and "Rich Dad Poor Dad", are excellent books. I recommend buying these books directly instead of pecking for crumbs from this book.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By J. Eller on June 30, 2004
Format: Paperback
Not much effort in writing this book! The writer, Mike Littman, simply transcribed conversations he has had with other self-help millionaires on his radio shows. Nine millionaires are interviewed: Jim Rohn, Mark Victor Hanson, Wally Amos, Jack Canfield, Robert Allen, Sharon Lechter, Michael Gerber, Jim McCann, and Jay Conrad Levinson. Most are promoting their own self-help books and products. For example:
Page 208 (Jay Conrad Levinson)
"I did a course called, Guerrilla Marketing for the New Millennium and its available from the same place you talked about before, Aesop.com. Thats the first placed I'd go. I say that because I wrote it for people who don't know anything about marketing but want to use marketing to grow a business. Or, they have a business and they want to make it bigger and cut down the amount of money that they are investing in marketing. All of the things that I'm saying, naturally, are in my books Guerilla Marketing.
The course that I gave called, Guerilla Marketing for the New Millennium, is up to the state of the moment. It's up to state of what marketing is doing right now."
In my opinion, the book was written with the sole purpose of making money both for the author and for the interviewees. Don't buy it! The same information can be found in greater detail in other books.
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96 of 110 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 12, 2002
Format: Paperback
I bought this book to get a few business ideas, nuggets of wisdom or advice from people who've been there, done that and came out on the other side victorious. I wanted a down-to-earth entreprenurial insight into the process of building successful enterprises.
What I got was a bunch of infomertials-in-print for self-improvement books. The great majority of chapters (except two) were conversations between the author(?) of this book and authors of other self-improvement books. A "mutual adoration society". All those people (except two) did was think of some vague idea about ways to achieve goals in life. Then they went ahead and published them. End of story. That's the million-dollar secret.
The one star I gave this book goes for one tangible idea I got from one of the two actual entrepreneurs - Jim McCann, who stated 1-800-FLOWERS. The idea is: "High margins attract a lot of talent, i.e. competition. Very talented people will eventually knock down the margins. The difference will have to come out of your product and service".
Then I thought: How come this book has such rave reviews? I went ahead and skimmed all 66 of them. Some curios facts emerge. For example: the are 11 five-star reviews betw. 11/13/2001 and 11/15/2001. There are other bunches of five-star reviews since this book came out. They seem to follow a not-so-good review and stretch for several days. How about that?
Stay away and don't let them make another buck off of you...
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