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Weekend Millionaire Mindset

How Ordinary People Can Achieve Extraordinary Success


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Weekend Millionaire Mindset

In this summary, you will learn

  • What mindset you need to become a millionaire
  • What principles you must apply to your life to create a fortune
  • Why you should not buy on credit
  • How to budget and manage your money
  • How to set and pursue goals


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Why you should read Weekend Millionaire Mindset

Mike Summey – this book’s co-author with Roger Dawson – has a truly inspirational life story to share. He grew up poor in the coalfields of southern West Virginia, a region of bleak poverty. He hit the road at age 15 to make his fortune. As a young man, he carried a message in his pocket and read it every day: “I will become a millionaire by age 30 and retire by age 50.” And so he did, though he had no formal education beyond “a Ph. D. from the University of Hard Knocks.” Dawson is also impressive: A noted public speaker, he lectures on peak performance and negotiation. His audio program on negotiating produced more than $28 million in revenues, the best-selling program in the history of business cassette publishing. You can learn much about building wealth from these men. They explain how to develop the mindset you need to become a millionaire, persuasively presenting proven (in fact, familiar) methods and strategies for budgeting, saving, investing and managing your money. getAbstract recommends their advice and their attitude.

About the Authors

Mike Summey built an outdoor advertising company and, working weekends, developed a real-estate fortune. Roger Dawson, an author and speaker, created the bestselling audio program, Secrets of Power Negotiating. They also co-wrote The Weekend Millionaire's Secrets to Investing in Real Estate.

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