The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Truth about Wealth in America exposes for the first time how ordinary Americans get and stay rich--withour ...Show synopsisThe Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Truth about Wealth in America exposes for the first time how ordinary Americans get and stay rich--withour inheritance, advanced degrees, or lottery jackpots. Readers learn the seven common denominators that show up again and again among people who have built their personal fortunes from scratch.Hide synopsis
This is not a book for millionaires, but on how your lifestyle shape your wealth. If you live within your means, and in a basic lifestyle of make, save and invest, you will never have any fiancial problems in your life. Very simple. Good reading and examples.
I love this book. It illustrates in detail what future millionaires do differently in life. Unintentionally it also illustrates that you could miss your entire life while piling up millions. Remember: Your last jacket does not have any pockets. Convinced me that I definitely do not want to be a millionaire.
this book was life changing for me. After growing up with a family that never knew how to save money. I wanted to educate myself on how to have control of my financial future. This book taught me so many wonderful principles. It also taught me that your neighbor that looks like they are wealthy may be up to their eyeballs in debt. Very important book in my life.
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