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The Maui Millionaires: Discover the Secrets Behind the World's Most Exclusive Wealth Retreat and Become Financially Free Audio CD – Bargain Price, January 1, 2007


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  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Tantor Media; Unabridged edition (January 1, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 140010341X
  • ASIN: B008SM91M0
  • Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 5.6 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,533,590 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Being invited into a secret gathering of millionaires in Maui is intriguing, yet as investment experts David Finkel (The Real Estate Fast Track) and Diane Kennedy (Loopholes of the Rich) point out, distinguishing millionaires as an elite group is the first barrier to be broken down. After challenging readers to question their beliefs and limitations about money (or "upgrade your wealth operating system" as they put it), the authors move on to their "25 keys to dreaming big," including instructions on how to build a group of mentors who will help make your dreams come true. Charitable giving and strategies for leaving a legacy round out the final chapters. While most of these ideas won't be new to self-help readers or Oprah fans, those who haven't considered the impact of negative childhood lessons about money or current limitations to dreaming bigger may find the book fairly insightful. For those who have encountered these ideas before but haven't implemented them, the exercises and suggestions provide a concrete call to action. Until readers have built enough wealth to attend the actual Maui Millionaire event (priced at $30,000), this book—and its frequently referenced online tools——provide a decent insight into millionaire thinking. (Nov.)
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Being invited into a secret gathering of millionaires in Maui is intriguing, yet as investment experts David Finkel (The Real Estate Fast Track) and Diane Kennedy (Loopholes of the Rich) point out, distinguishing millionaires as an elite group is the first barrier to be broken down. After challenging readers to question their beliefs and limitations about money (or "upgrade your wealth operating system" as they put it), the authors move on to their "25 keys to dreaming big," including instructions on how to build a group of mentors who will help make your dreams come true. Charitable giving and strategies for leaving a legacy round out the final chapters. While most of these ideas won't be new to self-help readers or Oprah fans, those who haven't considered the impact of negative childhood lessons about money or current limitations to dreaming bigger may find the book fairly insightful. For those who have encountered these ideas before but haven't implemented them, the exercises and suggestions provide a concrete call to action. Until readers have built enough wealth to attend the actual Maui Millionaire event (priced at $30,000), this book—and its frequently referenced online tools—provide a decent insight into millionaire thinking. (Nov.) (Publishers Weekly, September 25, 2006)  --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Show -N- Tell on October 31, 2006
Format: Hardcover
Understand that I wouldn't even have cared about this type of book if it had not have been for Mr. Kiyosaki.

With that said, I have to say this is an excellent book on many levels. It is divided into 6 parts. Part I: Upgrade your Wealth Operating Systems deals with changing beliefs. Better than average use of some NLP techniques to "reframe" your poor beliefs about money. It works from identifying the beliefs, weakening, removing and replacing with better beliefs. Again, this isn't an overnight process.

Part II: Dream Big! Imagine David Swartz's book Magic of Thinking Big in three chapters or less.

Part III: Mastermind Your way to millions! Great material on MM groups, better than alot of what I've seen in other books devoted completely to the subject (sorry about that Joe V.). Makes suggestions that I wish previous MM's I had been part of had utilized.

Part IV: Build to Level 3 wealth and enjoy a Maui Lifestyle. Okay, after awhile even I got tired of the phrase "Maui Millionaire." However, these chapters talk of how to get started (wherever you are) and move toward a Level 3. Level 3 goal: Converting large parts of net worth into secure income streams and solid, long-term investments. Lev. 2 goal? build assets and financial skills. Lev. 1 goal? Build solid base of financial and investment skills. Part III introduces some formulas for measuring your progress that I just L-O-V-E! They summarize it as a "Wealth Scorecard" which works wonderful for the MasterMind groups.

Part V: Tap into Maui Giving to Create a Legacy that Lives Beyond You! I particularly enjoyed the chapter on using leverage to sustain giving beyond my liftetime. It had great questions for evaluating Nonprofits/charities.
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30 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Paul Strauss on November 26, 2006
Format: Hardcover
About a third of this book is a re-wording of T. Harv Eker's material in "Secrets of the Millionaire Mind". Harv calls your money program (the ideas and worldview we have about money that influence, affect, attract, or push money away in our lives) "wealth files"; In this book it's your "Wealth Operating System"- same idea. I'm not complaining where they add value to the ideas expressed by Eker, but he's never even credited or mentioned in the book; nor by the way is Robert Kiyosaki- the man who arguably gave Kennedy her 'big break' with the original "Loopholes of the Rich" book. But I digress-- another third of the book consists of testimonials from the retreat, and short stories inserted by the authors- often about stuff that happened on the Wealth Retreat itself. And the final third of the book is a mish mash of rehashed classic success literature points, metaphysical theorum poorly stated, mental meanderings, and musings that really do the main topic a disservice- and I dare say it amounts to the reason all too many people *** think *** (incorrectly) that mindset, spirituality, and metaphysical laws are mere "fluff" or "psycho-babble".

The importance of the subject matter- most of it being mindset required to get wealthy cannot be overstated, these two authors just didn't do much to add any new ideas to the field. The "Mastermind" concept used by the "Maui Millionaires" is not a new concept, either yet no credit is given to Napolean Hill of "Think and Grow Rich" who arguably was the one who mainstreamed the concept.

If you're a marketer, copywriter, direct sales business owner, seminar business owner, a coach or other industry, you'll immediately recognize the book as "long copy" for the mastermind itself.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Georgia Ridgeley on October 25, 2006
Format: Hardcover
WOW! This book is life changing; it gives answers where I didn't know there were questions! In The Maui Millionaires Diane Kennedy and Peter Finkel share the secrets behind the world's most exclusive wealth retreat. Offering a step by step, how-to guide to attaining wealth they throw the doors wide open and offer themselves as the reader's personal guides to abundant living. I've read many books that get the reader "all dressed up" so to speak...but with nowhere to go. With the help of this innovative, one of a kind book one can shed decades of bad programming and develop forward thinking and purposeful actions that lead to great wealth. Believe it or not, in addition to all that the authors are offering a $2400 plus mentoring program free to readers. If you have any hang-ups about money in general and wealth in particular, this book is the vehicle through which you can change all that...and your entire life!
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Steve J. Maxwell on November 29, 2006
Format: Hardcover
First a disclaimer; yes I've read the book, but I've also implemented in my life virtually all of the ideas discussed in this book and am one of the people mentioned in the book as a "Maui Millionaire" and will be attending my 4th Maui Mastermind this next week. I thus obviously have a bias, but can also tell you that the ideas presented have worked for me and others in a tremendous way for which I'm very grateful.

A passion of mine is helping others with their finances which I've done with 1000's for the last 15 years, but until after I attended my first Maui Mastermind event in 2003 I didn't realize how much more I had to learn (and continue to) although at that point I was very fortunate to already be a "millionaire" at 40 who had started with nothing. I continue to counsel people on their finances usually for free, although this week I taught 55 managers at a large retail store about financial intelligence. My brother has a training company and he asked the plant manager what they needed most ... and I was happily surprised that he requested we teach them about personal finances. The reason I mention this is I've talked to a lot of people about finances and personally have been with no money but starting to accumulate some via saving from work, and then through a lot of diligence (i.e. mindset suggested in "the Millionaire Next Door") and some good fortune with the stock market (stock options) was able to accumulate a fair amount. I now view things and act a lot differently due to the ideas presented in this book that I learned in Maui. The Maui Mastermind event has radically changed how I think.
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