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MONEY Master the Game by Tony Robbins - A 15-minute Summary and Analysis
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Money, Master the Game is a book by life coach, Tony Robbins. In this book, Robbins outlines seven strategies anyone can use to invest their money and achieve financial freedom.
Less than 50 percent of Americans currently have any kind of spending or investment plan. In order to achieve financial freedom, Americans need to invest a portion of their income, preferably 15 percent or more, in the stock market. However, many people do not trust the financial markets. Others simply believe they do not make enough money to afford any kind of savings, let alone make investments.
The first step to financial freedom is shifting from the idea of being a consumer to being an owner. A person must take control of their own financial future by figuring out how much money they can afford to commit to investments. An investor must pick a percentage of their income to invest...
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"Lack of detail"
There are no details about the seven steps and how to invest. This book talks about possibility however the details about how to are omitted.
You are left wondering when your next steps.
Great overview of this lovely but long book. Broken down in easy sections. Thank you
"Book is better than this review."
the book is much better than the review. it's just too short to do justice to the book.
"Missing the useful points"
After listening to the full audio book I thought this might make a good refresher but it spent more time analyzing the book than breaking out its useful parts. Obviously there is too much in the full book to include in a short summary but many of the nuggets of good advice were glossed over, in my opinion. Robbins does tend to repeat himself a lot in the original, but I think this actually adds to the books efficacy, especially in audio form. Things stick better when repeated.
I also find this reader hard to listen to. It sounds like he's fighting a cold and has a mouth full of cough drops. The other Instaread I'd listened to was the same, so this is probably the last one of these I'll purchase.
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The good news is the summary was short and sweet and made me realise that reading the actual book would have been a complete waste of time.
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