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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.
I know, I know, it says it in the description; "mini edition". But still somehow I missed this, and had quite the laugh at myself after opening the box. Read morePublished 12 days ago by NecoShaeShae
Beware - this is not the full sized book!! I totally missed that this was a miniature book so I was quite disappointed when I opened the box. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mom2twins
I was kind if pissed since I didn't know it was a little tiny mini pocket book. I bought 9 thinking it was more to it. I would. It have bought any and got 9 more Rich Dad Poor DadPublished 1 month ago by Ben Charles
I was surprised to see that it was a mini book. I still liked it and it arrived promptly. Good little book.Published 1 month ago by jennifer
I would think teenagers would be up for a deeper discussion than this tiny little pocket book can provide. We can expect more of them, and should.Published 2 months ago by Brent Wiebe
written so that anyone can follow the thoughts of the writer and the teen age books are basically simple for the teenager to followPublished 2 months ago by harriett bourke
I felt I was tricked. I will pay closer attention next time.
I found the NORMAL sized paperback for $3.00. Shame.
A bit surprise by how small the book is but fast shipping. Read parts of it andfound it had great begining information.Published 2 months ago by A. Price
Our 2 teenage daughters read this out loud to my wife and I. They are getting a financial education the school system does not teach.Published 2 months ago by kennard