Uniquely organized, Hansen's book combines fiction and nonfiction to show the way to true wealth. The right-hand pages contain a fable about a woman faced with a terrible dilemma of having to earn money in 90 days. On the opposite side, complementing the fable point for point, are brilliant nuts-and-bolts "millionaire minutes": summaries of ...
Uniquely organized, Hansen's book combines fiction and nonfiction to show the way to true wealth. The right-hand pages contain a fable about a woman faced with a terrible dilemma of having to earn money in 90 days. On the opposite side, complementing the fable point for point, are brilliant nuts-and-bolts "millionaire minutes": summaries of attitudes, strategies, and techniques for building wealth.
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This book bates and bates but never gets to the point: how to make a million dollars. The long example of the frustrated lady is too long and lacks any real point or assistance in becoming a millionaire. This book reminds me of Robert Kyosoki, a lot of hype and no substance. If you want pointers on how to become a millionaire, read "The Millionaire Next Door".
Publishers Weekly, 2002-08-19 This mega-selling twosome (Hansen's name is on every book in the Chicken Soup series and Allen wrote the bestselling real estate guide No Money Down) offers a long-winded pep talk on how just about anybody can make big money. According to the authors, "At this very instant you are standing in the middle of millions." They maintain that anyone can achieve "enlightened" wealth, a utopia where everyone has money and tithes, creating a better world for all. Hansen and Allen's approach is a mix of self-help and money talk, though a bit heavier on the former. The left-hand pages are a simplified explanation of how to amass millions, with options such as write a book, buy and sell real estate and start a company. The right-hand pages illustrate the same themes, via fictionalized dramas, e.g., newly widowed Michelle's struggle to come up with $1 million in cash to get her two children back from her in-laws. Hansen and Allen's feel-good suggestions run along the lines of "find a mentor," "use a fulcrum" and "be part of a team." Full of endless acronyms (e.g., "System: Save Your Self Time Energy Money"), catchy phrases (e.g., "A Dream + A Team + A Theme = Millionaire Streams") and animal imagery (butterflies, honeybees, owls and hares scamper among the pages), this offering echoes much of the self-help cacophony already out there. But its message is muddled: sometimes the millions are yours for the asking, and sometimes it's the system that keeps you down. Agent, Jillian Manus. (On sale Oct. 22) Forecast: A major national marketing campaign, involving advertising, mailings, infomercials, a 25-city author tour and cross-promotions not to mention the promise of tapping into your inner millionaire will help this sell big. An audio edition, read by the authors, should do well, too, as Hansen and Allen are both popular seminar speakers. Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information.
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