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The Instant Millionaire: A Tale of Wisdom and Wealth Paperback – January 1, 1993
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— 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
Top customer reviews
As with all books, timing and the context of our own psychological conditions often determine the benefits we reap from reading. I reordered these two books digitally to read them again since I'm starting a new business and personal adventure. While I can't say yet whether "the magic" will be recreated again, I'm curious to see how I feel about them twenty years later and what actions I will take and what results will derive.
PS: I am submitting the same review for Fisher's "Millionaire's Secret" book since they were equally helpful to me.
In this little gem of a book, the story is concise and the message is clear. For some (like myself) it will serve as a reminder of where we began our goal-setting journeys and how much we have learned and possibly taken for granted over the years.
For those just embarking on their journeys and wanting to learn the basics of living the fullest and richest life possible, this book will be a very good primer and digestible story to introduce and reinforce the steps one must take to realize their own fortune.
While it is a very simple read, it is also very poignant. You may find yourself going back to it time and time again.
I have re-read passages of the book multiple times to remember the practice and excersises that are outlined in it. Those excersises work, by the way.
I cannot recommend this book higly enough - but as always, experiences are individual and subjective. I say, give it a shot - even if you're already a millionaire!