If your mantra is “Give me money!” you’re finally in the right place at the right time. It doesn’t seem right that the wealth of the world is kept by less than 1 percent of the population, but there are ways of leveling the playing field. You may be asking yourself, “How can I become a millionaire?” or simply, “How can I be rich?” This is the question of the ages, and anyone looking to know the answer need look no further.
We know that success leaves clues, and there are certain things that all millionaires and billionaires have in common. So how do you get rich? Waking up in the morning and shouting at the sky, “Give me money!” probably doesn’t work that well, but acknowledging your need is a great place to start.
In order to reach your money-making goals and get all the satisfaction you deserve, you’ve got to start with the proper mind-set. Once you have your attitude in place, the numbers associated with wealth become academic. This concept is the core wisdom of the nine choice speakers and authors in this special program. Each expert has devoted time and attention to the topic of wealth generation and will offer various perspectives with step-by-step instructions on how to be rich. So if you want the answer to the question “How can I become a millionaire?” invest in this audio guide and get started on your wealth-building program today.
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Overall, Very Good
There are a lot of good tips about making money, time management, and getting motivated.
My favorite speaker was T. Harv Eker. He is very motivational.
I had heard T. Harv Eker before and he was just as good in this.
I listened during commutes, but I looked forward to getting back to it.
I would have rated this five stars if it had not been for the section by Bob Proctor. It was a total waste of my time listening to how great FDR was and all of his socialist New Deal programs. That section almost seemed like a contradiction to the rest of the speakers in the audio presentation.
Great tools to learn from.