Summary of The One Minute Millionaire
Copyright © 2002 by Mark Victor Hansen and Robert G. Allen
Published by arrangement with Harmony Books, a division of Random House, Inc.
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If you liked Chicken Soup for the Soul, you'll love this book, and some of its tips may even help you make some extra money and maximize the money you have. It is an unusual collaboration between Mark Victor Hansen, Chicken Soup's co-author, and Robert G. Allen, author of several books on getting rich in real estate. The book is half novel (on the right-hand pages) and half collection of self-help and investing advice (on the left-hand pages). Both the motivational fiction and the guidance are clear, though often familiar and a bit simplistic. The self-help and money-making tips evolve from standard get-rich books, spiritual manuals, real estate investment guides, management literature and pop psychology, but they are well-compiled and linked with supportive commentary. The most compelling tips involve giving, not getting, which is a nice twist. The book has a little of everything, from poetry to great quotations, so it resembles a deluxe pizza with many scattered toppings more than a nourishing bowl of mom's chicken soup. getAbstract says dig in, if that's your dish.
In this summary, you will learn
- The 24 principles of materialistic enlightenment;
- Tips for mastering money management, leverage, mentors, networks, skills, tools and systems;
- Powerful real estate buying ideas; and
- A story of success.
About the Authors
Mark Victor Hansen is the co-author of one of the bestseller Chicken Soup for the Soul and, with Robert G. Allen, is also the co-author of Cracking the Millionaire Code. Allen is the author of several other financial books, including No Money Down.
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2 years agoTye books and then advices are remarkable
few time it was more theoretical than practical as he described then perfect system
But over all is perfect but the Author seems to advice to work on real estate which more classic than its inovintiv
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