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Product Details

  • Paperback: 136 pages
  • Publisher: New World Library; Second Edition edition (August 17, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1577319346
  • ISBN-13: 978-1577319344
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.2 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (121 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #196,620 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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“What a valuable book! The Instant Millionaire is deceptively simple. Yes, it points out essential strategies, familiar to so many: boldness, clarity of vision, and tapping the limitless power of our thoughts. But there is also a wealth of tactical detail, canny observation, and subtle perspective in these pages. It's worth reading a second time, and a third — carefully, and with a blank notebook at hand. There is serious gold in these words.”
John David Mann, coauthor of the national bestseller The Go-Giver

“A delightful book to read and reread, The Instant Millionaire percolates with insight on reaching your true potential.”
Wess Roberts, author of Leadership Secrets of Attila the Hun

“Astounding...a simple, compelling book that raises a series of powerful questions.”
Success magazine

“Loaded with very specific advice that opens the doors to both financial success and personal well-being.”
Stepping Up magazine

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Well written and concise, this book is easy to read and digest.
Ken W.
This book gives us a reminder of the things we already know or have heard when it comes to successful thinking.
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This is a great book about learning how to change your life for the positive.
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47 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Tony Rush VINE VOICE on January 1, 2002
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This book is outstanding. If you're looking for "the secrets of wealth", you'll find this book to be exactly what you're looking for. I think it's obvious that these secrets exist: if all the money in the U.S. were evenly distributed to every person, you would find that, in six months, we'd again have an upper, middle and lower-class....and they'd probably be the same people that occupy those "classes" now.

Why? Quite simply because wealthy people know something that the average person doesn't know. They know the secrets of wealth. And that's what you'll find in this book.

Some of my fellow reviewers said this book was "too simple" or lacked "strategies". On the contrary, this book, unlike so many others of the same vein, actually gives practical steps on how to achieve the income of your desires. Naturally, you will need to fill in the own details about the business that you find yourself working in; but the principles are the same and they are laid out here very clearly. Too simple? I don't think so. The principles of success are actually quite simple. If there is a difficult part, it's changing your life-long habits of scarcity into new habits of wealth consciousness.

Also, it should be noted that the book is in a fable format which is much more readable than the text of some of the older, more "classic" texts, such as "Think and Grow Rich". I'm not saying anything against the classic books, only that this modern interpretation gives much of the same information. I would recommend anyone who loves "The Instant Millionaire" to immediately get a copy of Think and Grow Rich if they haven't read it.

Incidentally, I credit this book with my success as an entrepreneur. The use of the ideas in this book allowed me to start from scratch in one business and create an annualized six-figure income in less than 6 months.

It works.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 9, 1999
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The best book by far I have read on self development, and I have trawled through a fair few in my time. The format of a tale or fable works very well and happily avoids the pitfalls of pretentiousness and self indulgence that other books of this nature are prone. The answers and principles contained within are not new of course but the way in which these are presented have an impact like no other book. For anyone interested in improving themselves, financially or otherwise, this book really is a must read.
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 1, 2001
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I first read this book five years ago. I was so impressed and excited by the book's principles that I urged several like-minded friends to buy the book, and I sat down and listed my goals and my plan to become a millionaire, more as a fun, silly exercise than anything else. (For fun, I bought myself and a good friend those fake but nice-looking million dollar bills, and we wrote ourselves checks for twenty-five million dollars!)
Five years later, it is positively CREEPY how those original goals are mysteriously coming true. I'm exactly where I'd told myself I would be -- I have a net worth of just over a quarter of a million dollars, and I'm on track to become a millionaire by age 30 -- which is just mind-blowing to me!
I recommend that you buy this book for the underlying principles, but also buy Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad, Poor Dad series. The Rich Dad books take the principles in the Instant Millionaire a step further and bridge the gap between what I call "the principles," which can seem kind of hocus-pocus if you don't understand why they work, and putting them into action.
A footnote...I had lost touch for a few years with one of the friends I'd urged to read this book (the one I gave the million-dollar bill to). We caught up with each other a few months ago (and have become close friends again), but I found out that she had never implemented the suggestions in the Instant Millionaire (I suppose they seemed too simplistic and too good to be true).
Sadly, she is still renting, still living paycheck-to-paycheck, and still in ever-mounting debt. She seemed impressed with my success (which I'm careful not to flaunt!) but seems to think it was all good luck, or specific career skills, or something. I hope I can convince her this time that she needs to READ AND APPLY THIS BOOK and she can experience the same mind-blowing success!!!
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By A. Gift For You on November 27, 2000
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This is an interesting book that it is writtten in the One Minute Manager type writing and I'm not saying it's a bad book. It's a fast read, give yourself a couple of hours and you'll be through it and if this is one of your first self-help books GREAT! I was hoping for more. Especially reading the other reviews. There are some good things in this book. Writting down goals has long been proven effective and to work. But, I've read this before in Unlimited Wealth, which has more to it and other Tony Robbins books as well as other authors.
I do plan on reading another one of Mark Fisher's books to see if there is more going on. I would recommend the Aladin Factor, Unlimted Wealth, the Wealthy Barber, Feel the Fear and do it Anyway, before I would recommend this book. It's not bad... it's just that you can get this in other books and even more!
And if you your asking... why does he seem to be the only one baggin on this book? I don't know... the reason I got this book is becuase of the other reviews. I guess I've read so many of these that I'm still searching for REALLY good ones and that's getting harder and harder to find :-)
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