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Altucher writes common sense truths that will help you succeed. Spot on. One of the most under rated authors of our time.Published 2 months ago by D. Moore
Everything James writes is great, and this is no exception. He just doesn't think like everyone else.
Read it, learn it, live it.
Unusual writing style -- and that's fine. But you could remove the first 90 percent of the book and get the same message. The final message IS very good stuff.Published 7 months ago by Donald L. Schenck
Started studying this book, but got so bored, I could not stay awake to read one more word. I think I either lost it or threw it away. Didn't think anyone else would want it..Published 9 months ago by Janice K. Terrell
I tried to read this but it was an inane drivel of repetition.
There's a lot of lists of what to do every day. Read more
This book has many great ideas for planning and then living a very good life. It is rare these days to find an author who is willing to admit the many dumb mistakes he has made. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Lewis R. Anderson
It was good! Easy to read and I already do a lot of what he says but I picked up some tips. I believe you make a lot of your own luck and he breaks it down to how.Published 11 months ago by richard r hays
While there may have been some useful information given, I found myself becoming increasingly annoyed by some of the author's weird, off the wall comments. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Vicki Haddock
Altucher writes directly, gets his point across, and is entertaining as well. I'm in process of reading everything he's written, except perhaps the trading book.Published 13 months ago by DavidH