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This book put into words and data a lot of things I noticed growing up. You Aren’t What You Drive 5. Meet the Millionaire Next Door 2. While some of these are good points and undoubtedly useful, they always seem to come with caveats or don’t draw any real conclusion, which I found caa. I love that the fl of millionaires are people you’d never suspect because they don’t live flashy lives in big houses with high-status toys abounding.


Most of the truly wealthy in this country don’t live in Beverly Hills or on Park Avenue; they live next door. About this product Synopsis The Millionaire Next Door identifies the seven most common traits that show up again and again in those people who have accumulated Wealth. A very readable book. They continually deride pretty much every professional job you can think of, and simultaneously praises how great working for yourself or owning a business is while going on about how difficult and risky it is to actually own a successful business.

The only investment advice found here is in the final chapter and could be summarized as “invest in what you know. A final note – curiously, I found no mention of anything real-estate related, which to me is highly unusual in any sort of book about building wealth.

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In a word, this book was fascinating. See all 32 brand new listings. I assume most people, when they think of the world ‘millionaire,’ they think of a high class, high consumption lifestyle full of limitless indulgence. This is such an inspiring read because it shows almost anyone can become a millionaire if you live below your means and invest well. Show More Show Less.


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However, going into business for yourself is millonzrio risky so we don’t really recommend that as a viable way to get rich. Becoming by Michelle Obama Hardcover Book 3.

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I agree contigu this is good advice for just about anyone: Quite the opposite, being an average millionaire is within reach of just about everyone.