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"This is a book you gotta read! I loved the way this book gets in your face right from page one. Just like Wendy, this book is electric. It's mind expanding, playful, bright, and full of life. You're gonna love this book!

Robert G. Allen, author of the #1 bestseller The One Minute Millionaire

 



“Buckle your seat belts and get ready for a magical ride!”  

Cynthia Kersey, best-selling author of Unstoppable Women

 

About the Author

Author Wendy Robbins went from being $10,000 in debt to making millions by co-inventing and marketing The Tingler® head massager. She stars in a TV series with Kelly Ripa (Homemade Millionaire), coaching women on how to manufacture and pitch inventions to HSN (Home Shopping Network). She's also an expert at masterminding the millionaire mind-set!

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: NOWHERE TO MILLIONAIRE LLC (November 1, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0578055910
  • ISBN-13: 978-0578055916
  • Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 6.9 x 0.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,009,293 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Wendy Robbins co-stars with Kelly Ripa in TV series "Homemade Millionaire." She coaches women how to pitch their inventions to HSN. (Home Shopping Network). Named "America's next top entrepreneur" by Bloomberg TV (200 million viewers). Book has testimonials from best sellers and millionaires. It's like getting a million dollar coach in a $20 book.

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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Jacqueline Croat on October 15, 2010
Format: Paperback
I have read so many books on prosperity and how to be a millionaire. Why Marry a Millionaire? Just Be One! is different because it helps me uncover, as a woman, why I am holding myself back.

Wendy's fun, persistent voice is like a whitewater river that keeps flowing in the right direction and gives you thrills along the way.

After reading 16 pages of her book, doing the exercises along the way, I came up with a million-dollar idea that I am actually pursuing. Me! I am still astonished at how the built-in urgency of her method, has helped push away the cobwebs of my procrastination and lack of faith. I believe now, after reading this book, that my fears of cultivating prosperity and success are opportunities for me to build skills and create self-pride.

I'm amazed and grateful,

Jacki Croat, massage therapist and soon-to-be millionaire
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By kazbar on October 15, 2010
Format: Paperback
Wendy's book, "Why Marry a Millionaire? Just be One!" is like the "Artists Way" for prosperity. You can't just read it and put it down, even for a minute as it's the blue-print to living your dream life. The life where you have abundance in every aspect of your life, not JUST your bank account.

I absolutely loved this book from the first opening sentence, "Are you ready for a mind-blowing, heart-opening, life-changing, triple-shot of espresso for the millionaire's soul?" I was fully engaged. I made myself a cup of strong coffee, sat on my comfortable leather chair and felt like Wendy was talking directly to ME! I have never read a book like this, and I have read almost ALL of the financial and spiritual "how-to" books and NOTHING compares to this amazingly mind-expanding and motivating "Coach in a book!"

Ladies, I own a thriving company that I launched after being coached by Wendy Robbins back in 2005. Since that time, I went from making a good income in a cubicle, to firing my boss and multiplying my income and my happiness by about 10 fold!!! I can't recommend anyone out there higher than Wendy Robbins.

She is like a cross between Oprah and Diane Sawyer; both a Journalist and an intuitive coach.

Take my word: BUY THIS BOOK NOW AND CHANGE YOUR LIFE! This is a book to form Prosperity groups, and hold each other accountable for our growth. It's not just a book to read and shelve; rather, it's a thought probing workshop where Wendy's voice is coaching you through the entire process. Her voice is both motivational and soothing, helping us learn how to quickly and effortlessly overcome ANY obstacle that gets in the way of our success. As T. Harv Eker writes in the opening testimonials, "This book shows you how to become financially free, balanced, passionate and live a powerful life".

What are you waiting for?

Karen J. Paull
CEO
Sales Guru Consulting, LLC
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While reading this book, you get the feeling that Wendy Robbins is the BEST friend, mentor and coach that anyone could ask for. She is very committed about telling you EVERYTHING to do on how to take an idea all the way through to market (along with what NOT to do) AND holds your hand encouraging you the entire way. She is your biggest cheerleader, confidant and instructor. This book is thought provoking and challenges you to "discover" the reasons you aren't financially free yet... then tells you step by step how to.

"Why Marry a Millionaire? Just Be One: And While You're at It, Change the World!" is truly a life changing book. I've bought one for me and as I buy them for my girlfriends, they can't thank me enough. I HIGHLY recommend this book to everyone that has ever had an idea for a product or needs encouragement for life in general. Once you pick up this book, you can't put it down, no matter how many self help books you've read. This is one of the BEST!!!
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16 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Geraldine on January 8, 2011
Format: Paperback
A lot of the information in this book is what's been said again and again in books such as: Cash in a Flash, authors who btw have rated/reviewed her book as well. What a coincidence LOL.

I wasn't impressed with Ms. Robbin's writing style either, if you can call it style. She tends to bounce around from one topic to the next. Every once in a while a reference is thrown in (for good measure) about "doing the right thing, changing the world blah,blah...)as something of an afterthought. It doesn't ring true. What does ring true is her own desire to make a lot of money from her numerous ventures and online offerings, products...I wouldn't recommend this book. Save your hard-earned cash...this info. is available online at many "get rich quick" sites and usually for free.

PS: Scroll down a bit, Ms. Robbins is reviewing her own book. This is a first on Amazon that I've seen. Self-promotion via reviews has arrived! This doesn't surprise me either.
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Ima Nonfiction Buff on May 5, 2011
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Lordy, where to start with this book? I'm sure Wendy means well, and it reads like she has good intentions, but what a MESS. This is a cross between cheerleading, hocus-pocus, snake oil, and Kevin Trudeau. It's tremendously disorganized and just jumps from one "money-making idea" to another, without rhyme or reason. It's like talking to a demented-senile-has-been-millionaire. Please skip this book, even Kevin Trudeau's terrible books are better than this one; at least his are more organized and don't leave you dizzy from all the jumping around of ideas. I can assure you, 95% of the ideas in this book are just pitiful. The rest 5% might work for someone who has LOTS of luck. Nothing realistic, no plan; just a bunch of "hey! try this!" over and over again. Sorry, Wendy Robbins (the author) I know you read the reviews on here -and I know from your writing style that you've written some of these reviews on Amazon, but really. Write about your bio, about how good "The Tingler" feels, anything, but another book like this one. It was terrible.
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