This book is great for motivation (as the title of this review already suggests), but is no manual or textbook on how to go about accumulating wealth. It is a book that opens the eyes of those who have had a negative perception of finances due to background or upbringing perhaps, something even the author notes. However, I hope others do not think that this book will provide concrete guidance towards making money. My godfather has given me enough books on self-help and finances to know that in the end it is probably about having the confidence to plan out an action and taking the risk of performing that action. Period.
That being said, if someone needs a little boost after a negative experience, be it from years of negative upbringing or simply personal insecurities, this book can do the job. Might I suggest reading fairy tales or even "The seven basic plots : why we tell stories"
by Booker, Christopher.
Once you read this book you will gain the greatest sense of inspiration that comes with knowing that you can literally create your own story, no matter how simple or complex, because in the end they all share similar plot themes.
Your welcome. (I just saved someone a great deal of time from reading self-help books only to reach that conclusion.)