Thursday, January 7, 2010

The one minute millionaire

Last night I was very discouraged. DreamWeaver was not working for me so I could not work on my website. This really frustrated me as I was finally “in the mood” and had done some work already. It made me feel like I should not even bother. Sounds dumb I know but I feel like I have had a few setbacks and was beginning to wonder if it was worth it. I have had comments from people basically saying why am I trying, it won’t work etc... Which are rather disheartening.

So when it wasn’t working last night I decided to sit down and start reading The One Minute Millionaire: The Enlightened Way to Wealth and was reinspired.

I have read a fair bit because I found it so interesting. The part that got me reading lots last night was where it was discussing on wings of a millionaire and it talks about a millionaire moment. This is the moment where you want to turn back (I’m not writing word for word here!). You should breathe and step forward.

This is how I was feeling last night. I wanted to turn back, give up, not bother. I am not saying my book and the website I was building is going to make me a millionaire, but it is something I have been working on and believe in, so why should I give up?

There is lots in The One Minute Millionaire: The Enlightened Way to Wealth that I have been really enjoying. The Mountain range of wealth is one of them. It is basically 4 ways of investing
1.) Real estate
2.) The internet
3.)Business
4.) Investments (shares etc...)
You choose your mountain and go for it. It’s described better in the book, but I just like how easily this idea and many more are set out.

Another thing I love about this book is the way it is written. On the left hand side is all the factual info and on the right hand pages is a story about a lady investing. I love this because I prefer to just read the facts and skip the story. Since people learn in different ways I think this is a brilliant way to write a book.

The authors have another book, which I will be getting when I have finished this one, it’s called Cash in a Flash: Fast Money in Slow Times. If you have already read it, tell me what you think.

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