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Hello Robin. Thank you for the question. When I get in a situation that feels like a "no win" I do two things: I look at all the failures and all the losses and all the mistakes. I look at them hard and long, then I turn each failure, loss and mistake into a lesson. I learn. Mistakes are the best teachers so I learn a lot. After I've learned my many painful lessons, I reorganize, rethink and revise my opportunity. Then I act. Many times I've had to repeat this cycle over and over. But once learned, you'll never forget these painful lessons that are the keys to your success.
The book is very well written and easy to read and understand.
He also discusses some great points on how you should invest your money in income producing assets like rental real estate, stocks, businesses, etc.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to start thinking differently about money.
Great book and really makes you think how you spend money. Defiantly opens your mind. I now want to reevaluate my income.Published 18 hours ago by Fit and happy
Great insight for beginners
Kept it very simple and was easy to understand. I can not wait to begin to take action and read more
Very much enjoyed the way the author gives his perspective on how the normal person makes a salary and doesn't think outside the box of the hours, weeks, and years that are spent... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Andrew Milner
A must read for anyone wanting to leave the rat race.
This book should be required reading for school kids.
Everyone everywhere going through all walks of life should read this book. This book helped open my mind to New ideas and strategies about how to manage my money. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Emily Ross
Life changer. This book will change how you think and see the world of money. I consider myself very lucky to have picked up this book. It has given me a chance in life. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Tom
Apparently this is the #1 best-selling financial book, but it's clear to me that many people did not "read and heed. Read morePublished 4 days ago by J Mintzmyer
Dude's a fraud. I only read half the book and was aMazed that he could remember the details to conversations from his childhood. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Jason Lee
A great book, easy to understand, even for a financial novice like me! If you need money and how to make it work for you, look no further.Published 6 days ago by M. Aubrey