To really get the most of this book, I would just use it when I'm down or not feeling confident. This book is a real motivation booster. But it should just be that. The book basically consists of 3 parts. The first part is about the "Millionaire Blueprint". That is, what is limiting you may be a result of your past. But, by becoming AWARE of this part of the past and UNDERSTANDing how it is limiting you and by being willing to DISSOCIATE from it and then DECLARING the change, you can develop this "Millionaire Blueprint". Bascially, to make a long story short, millionaires walk the talk so take action. The second part of the book, which makes up the bulk of the book, consists of traits of millionaires. Whether it's true or not, we don't really know. The author doesn't give any evidence that millionaires possess any of these traits. There is nothing to support his claims even though he gives some compelling arguments. The traits are questionable but reasonable. If you want facts you are better off reading "The Prime Movers" or "The Millionaire Mind" - these books actually offer proof. The last part of the book contains more marketing for the author's seminars which is littered throughout the book. I mean if the title doesn't smell fishy, the constant marketing of his seminars in the book will really bring the smell home. Also he supports Kiyosaki and Robert Allen, authors of other so-called "Get Rich" books and it is no wonder why they praise this book. He also supports network marketing...run! You have to wonder about this. I have yet to know someone that became rich from network marketing. Also, network marketing companies love books like these because they inspire their workers to work harder and at the same time, help the author sell more books so this works out for everybody except for the poor suckers that buy into this (again, inspiration should be checked with reality). In case you don't know, Amway's backing of Kiyosaki's Rich Dad book is what made it into a best-seller. Again, I think this book is very inspirational and if that is what you want, that is what you are going to get. But it does not tell you specifically how to get rich (no such book) and you should not look for it to help you in any other way but to inspire you. It's better to read books by reputable authors to get a feel of what you really need to do to get rich. Better yet, read autobiographies or biographies of successful people. I read all of these and from them, I learned that it's not enough to take action as this book suggests. If you take action and it's totally the wrong action, that won't get you any closer to being rich. Action must be guided by a balance of reality and calculated risk. Blindly diving into something will probably cost you more than doing nothing. Drive that is powered by emotion only will not do the job. Anyway, it's hard to take this book seriously when I see names like Kiyosaki and Robert Allen. Good luck.