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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 272 pages
  • Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (September 22, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0470479817
  • ISBN-13: 978-0470479810
  • Product Dimensions: 8.6 x 6.3 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #114,065 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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From the Inside Flap

Have you ever imagined what it would be like to earn millions while you sit on the beach and enjoy your life? In The Unemployed Millionaire, you'll learn why it's no longer a pipe dream but a real possibility.

The lowering of trade barriers and the emergence of the Internet have made it possible for almost anyone to set up a business from anywhere. Whether you're on a beach in Bali or a cruise ship in Alaska, the Internet lets you instantly market your products and services to millions of consumers around the world.

Making money today is a matter of click-and-order, not brick-and-mortar. The Unemployed Millionaire shows you how to capitalize on this growing trend and shatters the myth that making millions requires huge capital investments, years of experience, or long hours stuck in a stuffy office.

Inside, Matt Morris gives you the same tactics he used to climb out from under $30,000 in debt on his way to generating a staggering $20,000,000 in a few short years.

You'll also learn:

  • Proven ways to earn your first profits online in less than a week

  • How to easily set up and market a Web site, or better yet, have someone else do it for you

  • Five simple strategies to crush your competition

  • A step-by-step process to recruit joint venture partners to market your Web site—the same exact system Morris used to recruit three partners who earned him over $1 million each

  • An easy-to-implement three-step management system you can use to run your entire empire while you travel the world, or whatever else your heart desires

If you know where you want to be—and it's not stuck in a dead-end job—read The Unemployed Millionaire and change your life today.

From the Back Cover

WARNING! Reading This Book Will Change Your Life!

"The Unemployed Millionaire is a must-read for any entrepreneur. If I had read this book early in my career, I would have earned millions more, eliminated countless business pitfalls, and cut my stress in half! Matt, where were you when I was getting started?"
Bill Bartmann, billionaire business coach, www.billbartmann.com

"Every now and then, I have an opportunity to meet people who are incredibly passionate about what they do, and am not surprised to find that they have thought outside of the box in order to achieve their success. Matt Morris is one of those people who radiates excitement about his passion. And a brief encounter with him would cause even the most unintuitive individual to know that they are with someone who can lead them on a path to personal success. In The Unemployed Millionaire, you'll be privileged to spend more than just a few moments with Matt. I'm absolutely certain that you'll be inspired to pursue your dreams."
JOEL COMM, New York Times bestselling author of Twitter Power


More About the Author

At just eighteen years old, Matt Morris founded his first marketing business. At twenty, he dropped out of college to pursue business full-time. At twenty-one, he was homeless, $30,000 in debt, living out of his beat up Honda Civic and bathing in gas station bathrooms. It was then that he made a life-changing decision to re-invent himself and his career. By the age of twenty-four, Matt was earning a six-figure income as an entrepreneur and by the age of twenty-nine, Matt was a self-made millionaire.

In his 7 Secrets to 7 Figures audio program, available for free on www.MattMorris.com, Matt reveals the specific strategies he used to generate over one million dollars in revenues through six separate companies before the age of 30.

Matt's companies have generated in excess of $20,000,000 with over 100,000 customers in 190 countries around the world. As a dynamic speaker, best-selling author and young success story, Matt has been featured on national and international radio and television and has addressed audiences of tens of thousands of people in almost 20 countries around the world.

For more information, visit Matt at:
www.MattMorris.com
www.Twitter.com/MatthewDMorris
www.Facebook.com/MatthewDMorris

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It's an extremly well written an entertaing book.
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I started reading the book with much enthusiasm and as I was getting to the end, I thought about how much I hated it for wasting my time.
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I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in jump-starting themselves forward.
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116 of 129 people found the following review helpful By Nicholas on October 9, 2009
Format: Hardcover
There's nothing really wrong with "The Unemployed Millionaire" per se...it's just that's there's absolutely nothing new about it either.

As a long time student of personal development, I've read and listened to almost all of the "gurus" such as Jim Rohn, Tony Robbins, Zig Ziglar, Brian Tracy et alia...and this is an exact rehash of all of their stuff. (in some cases almost word for word!!)

To add insult to injury it's misleading. When I clicked on an ad for Mr Morris' book he made a big hue and cry about Goal Setting not working..."Goal Setting is for Losers - Every goal setting technique you've ever read about actually sets you up for FAILURE! Most people set goal after goal, with grand ambitions, only to fall short time and again... leaving them frustrated and ready give up. (When you read this chapter, you'll never have that problem again"

That sounded fresh...but guess what...the chapter is all about goal setting...exactly the same way it's always been done (actually not as good as some versions I've seen)...write your goal down, give it a time of completion, write it in the present tense etc...same old same old.

Trust me, if you've read any of Zig's, Brian Tracys' or the slew of other personal development books out there, you've already read this one so do yourself a favour and save your money.

PS: At least when Tony Robbins plagiarized every single personal development book under the sun he re-wrote it in his own voice so it appeared as if the ideas were his.
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49 of 52 people found the following review helpful By amateur architecture enthusiast on July 27, 2010
Format: Hardcover
Reading this book made me really appreciate what a great writer Tim Ferriss is.

"The Unemployed Millionaire" is a messy, self-congratulatory rehashing of "The Four Hour Work-Week" combined with near-verbatim passages from "The Secret", "The Power of Positive Thinking" and "Unlimited Power". The only thing that makes this book stand out is also its most irritating aspect: its religious overtones, which are at times painfully contradictory (e.g., coming in on the heels of a long-winded diatribe about the importance of self-determination).

Aside from the unnecessary infusion of the author's religious beliefs, there's absolutely nothing new about the information contained in this book. Sometimes, it feels like you're reading a Cliff's Notes version of "The Four Hour Work-Week", until you hit a section that seems lifted from "The Secret" and just about every other revisionist version of Norman Vincent Peale's "The Power of Positive Thinking". Page after page reads like a tired mash-up, particularly if you've been reading books on the same subject. Even the jacket design is derivative of the aforementioned "The Four-Hour Work-Week", except it's blue instead of orange and uses a nicer font (hence my one-star rating).

If you want to read a well-written, informative book about how to become a self-made mogul, stick with "The Four-Hour Work-Week". If you want to read a book that tells you how to be a successful entrepreneur, read "How to Make Millions With Your Ideas" by Dan Kennedy. If you want to read a better book about following your passion and using 21st-century communication tools, read Gary Vaynerchuk's "Crush It". If you want to read a book that challenges your approach to working and starting your own business, read Jason Fried's "Rework"...and if you want a book that tells you how you can become an on-the-job asset, read "Linchpin" by Seth Godin.

In short, read anything else.
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61 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Connor Huxley on November 28, 2009
Format: Hardcover
This book should be titled "a vague incoherent collection of things you can do to make money without any useful information as to how to do it". It appears the sole purpose of the book is for its author and his associates to make money from the book (which actually has a good title and cover art) and other ventures once they generate a mailing list from the readers. Do NOT sign up for the mailing list! They called me and tried to scam me out of tens of thousands of dollars as an "investment" in some ambiguous, undefined endeavor. The book is completely void of useful information. While there may be one or two good points in the book, they are not new, and it is not worth the purchase price or the time to read it. Stick to 4 Day Work Week - a legitimate book which conveys the information it promises to provide.
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55 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 9, 2009
Format: Hardcover
Gee...all of these 5-star reviewers?

It's the only book any of them have ever reviewed.

Gosh, this guy must really be a good marketer if this is the obvious way he markets his book.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy M. Day on October 6, 2010
Format: Hardcover
I hate when I find a promising book and it totally disappoints.

I agree with all the 1 star reviews here. He takes a bunch of personal development advice I've heard from other authors and regurgitates it.

I was expecting to read a book about HIS story, and I would have loved to see him actually talk about his life and how he started his business.

The advice he gives is very disjointed, goes everywhere, and is full of fluff. He doesn't really explain more than how horrible his life was at the beginning, and that he became a millionaire before 30.

If he would have actually talked about how he accomplished this it would have been a much better book.

Cheers,
Jeremy
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By a reader on October 31, 2010
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This is a terrible book. I started reading the book with much enthusiasm and as I was getting to the end, I thought about how much I hated it for wasting my time. Don't bother with it, as some reviewers said, you probably have already read it. This book is a mix of unrelated material that don't flow at all and make no sense. What a waste of time!
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