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How to Think Like a Millionaire Paperback – July 28, 2008
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Have a purpose, have a plan and take action - and responsibility - and you will be a millionaire too (if that is what you want).
The book could be titled "How To Think Like a Successful Person" where YOU define what is "successful"; with that definition, success is unavoidable. (Even the homeless are successful at what they've chosen.)
The book might appear simplistic but that is so because it contains wisdom. Wisdom appears foolish to fools and obvious to wise people. The information of this book is at the level of basic truth; use it and succeed; declare that it's "too obvious to be true" and you sneer at the sunshine.
A very good book well worth its price if you consider the cost as the seed of an investment.
Written by co-authors who are themselves millionaires, I got the immediate impression from this book that they know what they are talking about in a book where the content is written in an easy-to-read-and-understand manner which will appeal to many.
As is stated on the book's cover; "you can programme yourself to succeed." As I mentioned in my review of that other book with the same title, of all the many hundreds of people I ever met in my former career in the British Army, I shall always remember the private soldier from another regiment who lived close to me on one military base. With only a private soldier's salary, he had two cars, a caravan and a small lorry which were hired out for profit. He did not come across as a very intelligent person - in fact he had been a private for far too long. Nevertheless, his philosophy was; "money is a frame of mind. Either you spend it or put it to work." Little wonder the officers from his own regiment would often joke that they would very likely be asking Private XXXX for a job when they eventually left the army...
It is the underlying message from this book which reminds me of that man.Read more ›
However, I was so pleased with this book that I literally read it in two days, and I did so with great enjoyment.
A quote on the back cover says "Clear, simple, and wise, How to Think Like a Millionaire offers the tools you need to live the life of your dreams." And I will say it does just that.
At 114 pages, this book gets right to the point! There are seven chapters (along with an introduction and conclusion) and each chapter ends with a summary and a recommended action. I enjoyed the authors' writing style, which was easy going and flowing, and the exercises and tips are totally doable!
How to Think Like a Millionaire presents old information from a fresh perspective. It's creative and exciting, and as I read it I could think of new ways to incorporate it into my life.
I felt so inspired, I pulled out my goals notebook and went through it again. I could see where I had lost my inspiration, and let some of my dreams just fall away.
We need to be reminded that our goals, hopes and dreams are important, and we should be paying attention to them everyday.
Our situations won't change magically on their own. It takes planning and goal setting to create the life of our dreams.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent book - love it - we really need that type of teaching in this day and time - will be ordering more for our groupPublished 17 months ago by Yvette Francis
Nice follow up book to the instant millionaire but let me put it this way - I remembered more form the first book.Published 20 months ago by Vernon Andrew Roessler
Many good thoughts, many of then repeated from other books and writers.Published 23 months ago by Scott Stephens
As the authors state, all of these principles are simple and nothing new. Simple doesn't always equal easy though, which is where the old idea of "get started:don't quit" plays its... Read morePublished on April 22, 2014 by Kindle Customer