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The One Minute Millionaire: The Enlightened Way to Wealth Paperback – August 4, 2009
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“Sixty years of wisdom condensed into sixty seconds of wealth.” -- Harvey Mackay, author of the number one New York Times bestseller Swim with the Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive
“Mark and Bob are geniuses. I’ve learned a lot from them and you will too!” -- Robert Kiyosaki, author of the number one New York Times bestseller Rich Dad, Poor Dad
“Freedom is about knowing who you are, believing in yourself, and applying both those things to the American free enterprise system so you can achieve millionaire status. This book is a must.” -- Stedman Graham, president and CEO, S. Graham and Associates
“Bravo! Excellent story coupled with simple wealth-building techniques. This book abolishes the question ‘How did you get rich?’” -- Art Linkletter
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About the Author
MARK VICTOR HANSEN is the co-creator of the bestselling Chicken Soup for the Soul.
ROBERT G. ALLEN is the author of Nothing Down, Creating Wealth, Multiple Streams of Income, and Multiple Streams of Internet Income.
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Suffice it to say, you must read this book! It doesn't matter if you've already heard all the tools that this book has to offer. Reading the book is TRANSFORMATIONAL!!!
Dr. Angela Isom
Author of Quitters Never Win & Winners Never Quit
These two have teamed up for quite an unusual book. The One Minute Millionaire is actually two books in one. The left side pages give you the standard "HOW TO" book spiel and the right side pages offer up a heart-warming, but instructional story of a mother named Michelle.
The "Michelle" story takes you through the sudden death of her husband and how her in-laws seek and get custody of her children. Over the course of a few weeks Michelle loses her home and is forced to move away to support herself. She all but gives up on the chance of getting her kids back until she meets her millionaire mentor. After a brief tutoring session with Sam, Michelle decides to make a bet with her father-in-law. The bet: she needs to earn a million bucks in 90 days or lose her children forever.
Yep, you read that right a cool million in 90 days or she loses visitation rights. Talk about getting leverage on yourself! The rest of the story is fast-paced and you can't help but get caught up in the ups and downs of Michelle's progress toward the million bucks. The story was a bit unbelievable (a million bucks in 90 days!), but maybe not if you think about all those Internet ads promising instant riches <grin>. In all seriousness, the motivational story, complete with rapid-fire techniques for building a business and getting into real estate is worth the money you'll pay for the book.
But...we're not talking about just one book. This is two books in one! If you're very familiar with Robert Allen's books, most of the material in the "How To" portion of the book (the left-side pages) will not be new, but it reinforces his methods and techniques of building a business, buying real estate and using the power of the Internet to get rich. While Michelle is able to achieve millionaire status in 90 days, don't expect to do the same. The How To portion of the book is good, but doesn't contain too many specifics. I believe the intention of the authors was to focus on exposing the mindset of millionaires, not to discuss the specific steps. That aside, you can definitely put the techniques in this book into practice in real life. I myself started the very day I finished reading the book!
Bottom Line: A quick read that is both motivational and filled with enough ideas to get your head spinning toward riches, but the book isn't just about getting rich monetarily. It teaches you the importance of helping others and giving back to charities and your community. An important lesson indeed.
This book makes my Top 15 book list.
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It was after reading the book that was a letdown. What I didn't care for was the hard sell at the website, and the aftermarket hype about the expensive "advanced courses." They were elusive about the prices and terms of the aftermarket sales. Too much snake oil for me.
Overall though, a very good read and good basic formula for creating wealth. Create multiple income streams, then write a book about it, and sell expensive seminars.