- File Size: 368 KB
- Print Length: 150 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1511955260
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: April 28, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00WU2JAZM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Next Round's On Me: How-to Achieve Financial Freedom in Your 20s Kindle Edition
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You will get very little from this book, and will not come out with a "how-to" on how to achieve financial freedom in your 20s.
This book if full of fluff and rambling. It became a little monotonous after about the 10th time of hearing about his girlfriends, drinking with buddies, and his wrestling hobby.
The main points from this book that I took away were the following.
- Pay off debt.
- Start a business
- Drink with friends
I will give the author credit on focusing on how important it is to pay off debts. You will never be able to achieve financial independence with debt.
My definition of financial independence is having passive income (stocks, dividends, rental properties income, etc.) cover all of your expenses every year so that you never have to work again if you do not want to. The authors definition seems to be being able to cover a round of drinks at the bar, and not having to stress about the money spent.
I read the reviews before downloading this book (thankfully for free during a promotion), and was really excited to read it. After reading the book, I have a suspicion that majority of those reviews are fake. There is no way 13 out of 13 people would rate this book as 5 stars. There was no substance!
There are plenty of other books that will provide much more guidance and wisdom than this book on financial independence and retiring early. I would recommend skipping this one and reading the others.
And after reading it, I couldn't agree more. The financial advice is to the point, and very applicable. Not only that, but Martin's philosophy is something I wish all financial "gurus" out there would adopt - that money is a TOOL that needs to be USED so you can enjoy a better quality of life. While Martin will help you save money and get out of debt, he equally encourages (and shows you, step by step) how to go out and have a great time without breaking the bank.
Penny-pinchers may have cash in the bank from years of cutting it cheap but their lives are empty. On the flip side those in deep debt may look like they're living successful lives, but should a rainy day arise they'll be left out in the cold. This book will show you what it REALLY means to be financially free.
His confidence is unparalleled and it will rub off on you. After reading this book you will stop worrying so much about what others think about your dreams and instead work to actually achieve them (isn't that the point?)! Dasko will help you set financial goals and eliminate your debt while in your 20s which will put you way ahead of your peers.
I especially enjoyed "The Studenonomics MBA" portion of the book. So many people in their 20s and 30s focus on more formal education. This is a nice thought but it can also lead to massive student loan debt. The author give you his own MBA syllabus that will get you out of your comfort zone and allow you to focus on learning important new skills for pennies on the dollar.
He even has a section in the book on how to drink and party while still saving money. You won't find that in the boring financial books by Suze Orman or Dave Ramsey! Download this book and send him an email!
This is a great read and guidance for people in their 20's looking to change their financial picture. He provides actionable tips to help you change where you are to be in a much better place, rather than another lousy debt-ridden millennial. The book is honest, promising and rewarding as I have enacted the strategies he has provided. I am happy to have cut my debt in half since reaching out and working with Martin. He is supportive but hates loitering! Why loiter when you can AND should be living?
This book had everything from what young adults in their 20's have to overcome and what they need to know to become financially free and finally pursue those goals to enjoy life, by tackling financial constraints. There's not one thing you can't apply to your life after reading Martin's work. I'm so glad I read this, if you're serious about becoming financially free then this is a great motivational piece you need to read!
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