The One Minute Millionaire

  • by Mark Victor Hansen, Robert G. Allen
  • Narrated by Mark Victor Hansen, Robert G. Allen
  • 12 hrs and 21 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The co-creator of the Chicken Soup series, Mark Victor Hansen, and the personal finance author, Robert Allen, have come together in a collaboration that combines inspiration with know-how. Uniquely organized, The One Minute Millionaire combines fiction and nonfiction to show the way to true wealth. Half the book is a fable about a woman faced with a terrible dilemma: Michelle must earn a million dollars in 90 days to keep her family together. In the other half, complementing the fable point for point, are brilliant nuts-and-bolts millionaire minutes; summaries of attitudes, strategies, and techniques for building wealth, lessons Michelle needs to act upon to reach her goal. By bringing these right and left brain approaches together, Hansen and Allen show how to overcome fears and doubts and leap over the roadblocks that limit potential. Both authors have earned multiple millions through their careers. With The One Minute Millionaire they want to share their knowledge to bring out the enlightened millionaire they believe exists in everyone.


What the Critics Say

"Mark and Bob are geniuses. I've learned a lot from them and you will too!" (Robert Kiyosaki, author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

In the wrong category?

I've listened to many of the excellent business titles available here and I need to say that this is the worst. It is very light on business details and heavy on the self help style. While it is very inspirational, I found it lacking in much of what I had hoped for. The authors are very religious and seem to focus more on that than on business. When the book finally did get around to discussing business strategies, they talked about some sketchy sounding ways to trick people into taking no money down on real estate, and their great internet money making scheme of sending mass email. There were some good points brought up in the book, such as how you want multiple streams of income and how to put together a good team. but overall the details were lacking in many of the important categories.
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- Kevin Shaw

Feel Good Nonsense

This is the biggest bunch of happy horse-hockey I've ever heard. Just a bunch of rah-rah, "believe it and it will happen", Stuart Smalley-type idiocy. Not a single piece of useful or insightful or original information. It's hard to believe it goes on so long.
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- Steven

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-18-2004
  • Publisher: Books on Tape