Book Review: Millionaire Fastlane

Overall The Millionaire Fastlane book was a good read and a fairly easy one at it. I finished the book in about 2 weeks or less. To me a decent amount of time, lol! Straight to the point and provided solid information that is practical and beneficial to anyone seeking ‘financial freedom’. I use financial freedom quiet loosely as sometimes we often get this misunderstood what freedom means and in that what financial freedom means.

Some Key-points

  1. Wealth is a process not an event.
  2. Relationships,Health and Choice
  3. Using the market for wealth preservation
  4. The Law of Effection versus The Law of Attraction
  5. The Commandment of Need
  6. Define the Price of YOUR Freedom
  7. Fast lane versus Slow lane
  8. The Speed of Success
  9. Financial Literacy
  10. Money and the Price of Freedom

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Analysis

What I will say is that this book, has been able to put a lot of things into perspective. I have started to re-evaluate my actions, my decisions and the path(s) I would like my life to take. To be honest, I have a few brilliant ideas- but having a brilliant idea isn’t enough. Where will I stand out? What means am I satisfying? Can I attract millions? What amount of time am I willing to sacrifice? Is it worth it? The questions could go on and on…

Another interesting point is that he highlighted some of the flaws from Tim Ferris’ The Four Hour Work Week. Some may think he was taking jabs, but in all honesty, it is simply constructive criticism.

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One thought on “Book Review: Millionaire Fastlane

  1. This is very similar to the post i just did as well! I feel the same about the “never-ending questions” you ask yourself before going into business yourself. I truly think if we stop questioning and start “doing”, anything can be possible. Like chris Guillebeau, quoted by Friedrich Engels, said in The $100 startup, “an ounce of ACTION is worth a ton of theory”!! (You should read this book next!”

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