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The Millionaire Booklet

4.09  ·  Rating details ·  1,632 ratings  ·  161 reviews
The Millionaire Booklet was created for you to keep close to you until you become a millionaire. The eight steps Grant lays out are in a very simple-to-understand language that will allow you to get started today in creating the money you deserve. Let's face it, your parents didn't teach you how to get rich and the schools and colleges don't even talk about it. At a time w ...more
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Published July 21st 2016 by Grant Cardone Publications
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Jan 08, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Be very selective of where you get your financial advice and never get advice from a quitter or a pretender (p.11)

"Anyone who tells you that money won't make you happy never had enough money to know whether it would or wouldn't. This idea is born from those who try to make sense of why they don't have money. People justify it and try to make sense of their condition in life." (p.13-14)

"I can assure you money will not make you happy, nor will it make you unhappy. They have nothing to do with one
Dec 15, 2018 rated it did not like it
“This book was written in two hours.”

Off you fuck.
Ivan Petrovic
Jun 20, 2018 rated it liked it
First audiobook that I read(or heard lol). Not bad, it's the usual stuff that's been repeated over and over if you're into these kinds of books and subjects. Still, I picked up an idea or two. I speacially liked one sentence: "Millionaire is the new middle class". ...more
Brian Tucker
Aug 11, 2016 rated it really liked it
I love Grant. He's crazy as fuck, but he knows about money and business. I read all his stuff and follow his YouTube channel. Great resource if you'd like to expand your knowledge in the areas of sales, business, money, and life management/motivation. ...more
Logan Streondj
Jun 28, 2018 rated it it was amazing
For what it is, basically an 80 minute lecture it was very good. He has a leisurely pace so I listened to it at 2x.

Main points are:

* "lose your middle class mind" be okay with becoming a millionaire
* "do the math" for how many payment installments would add up to a million dollars, figure out strategy later.
* "who has my money" only talking to people who have the money to buy your products.,
* "multiple streams of income",
* "maintain primary income flow",
* "live like you're broke" (putting all
May 04, 2018 rated it really liked it
A short read on the millionaire mindset and strategies. If you have read anything from Grant Cardone, 80% of the material may be recycled (even personal anecdotes!). Mainly, the book offers you 8 strategic steps in which you can reach your first million dollars.

Yet, on the merit of its short length and the power of repetition over reinforcing new mindsets, I still recommend reading this book.
Brandon Still
Feb 23, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Simple and quick read. Mindset changer for those who want to do more, be more, and achieve more in how they pursue wealth and providing value for others. Good book to put into practice.
Jun 22, 2017 rated it really liked it

Decent advice from what I gather is a decent guy doing his thang and makin' mad green.

I do agree that it's easier than ever to make money. Cardone lays done 12 'rules' which may or may not lead you on the path to millionairedom.

Hyperbole, maybe - but sound advice nonetheless.
D Parihar
Feb 18, 2019 rated it did not like it
It reads as if he was forced to write it to advertise his other products.
Maryam Ishak
Jun 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing
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Laura Grace
May 02, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
"Complaining about your money situation never seems to make you more money."

My husband wanted me to read this book and have to admit that it was an eye-opening read. I appreciate the author's simplicity in explaining and sharing how it is possible to change your financial situations (though not through some easy, happy go lucky occur of events). Left the book with a new view towards money in general and wanting to work on changing my "middle-class" mind.
Oct 20, 2019 rated it liked it
If you have never read any book on the topic of how to make serious money then this could be of use to you.
Luckily I have listened this short audiobook at 1.3x speed and Grant is not annoying as usual.

Also, WTH is with that statement of how he wrote this book in 2 hours?!
Jul 02, 2020 rated it it was ok
Shelves: recommended
got recommendation about this one and delayed thinking it's BS. Guess what, it is ;) The only good thing about it is motivational part but it's also common sense. There is long standing tradition of people in US selling dreams to other people and this one seems to fit in. ...more
Mar 26, 2020 rated it did not like it
"Whose got my money?"

This line sums up the book and Grant Cardone. Grant is a master at marketing himself and producing cash flow across his various businesses, books, programs, etc and they're all advertised here. He outright says that he will pay you if you send him a referral and that he helps others because he knows they will invest right back into him. The entire point of this book is to sell you on the idea that you can become a millionaire and the scheme is for you to purchase his other p
Dec 22, 2017 rated it really liked it
Great information on how to get wealthy. Teaches you little tid bits of how to get out of that middle class mind of "just getting by" and only saving for a emergency or disaster. It took Grant Cardone a long time to get where he is but not only that it took an unbelievable amount of courage and discipline. This would be a great read for my future kids when they are in their mid teens. I liked how there was a breakdown of how a lot of people make a million dollars in their lifetime but run throug ...more
Brendan Barrett
Sep 09, 2018 rated it liked it
You can read this booklet in 20-30 minutes. G. Cardone of course recommends you re-read and keep it on your person until you're at least a millionaire. That's cute. But what's in this and will it teach you how to be a millionaire?

You better believe a <50 page book won't be enough. Big concepts is what is in here, which is essentially as much as anyone might expect. That might sound like a let-down, but I actually enjoyed it. I just might skim it over a few times because the steps in here are val
Cullen Haynes
Jun 09, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Despite the click-bait-esque title, the content of this little book is both engaging and insightful. The author, Cardone, is a self-made entrepreneur, who with no capital, limited contacts and lack of a Uni education now operates a $100M Sales empire and over a $1B in property holdings. Although some of his steps are just common sense platitudes and others requiring only a sleight shift in mindset; Cardone's desire for everyone to self-actualize and sincerity comes through in his writing and Sou ...more
Roberto G
Aug 04, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: own
Great little read, short sweet and to the point. Practical & straight forward, simple, no non-sense approach to gaining wealth and the lifestyle you want.

If you like this you will love The Millionaire Fastlane by MJ Demarco. Highly recommend it.
If you have any personal recommendations please let me know, thanks.
Marcin Jamroz
Mar 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I really liked the booklet. Straightforward booklet on how to handle your fundamentals, which is your mind.
Helps you crack the right mindset and ask the appropriate questions.
And the trick with math and calculating your way to a Million definitely surprised me positively.
Loads of value for such a short book/booklet
Spencer Hamilton
Mar 26, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: read-2018
A short and sweet 1 1/2 Hour read. Lots of passages worth highlighting and reading back through. Could have been read much quicker, but there were quite a few profound statements that were worth taking some time to reflect on. All in all, it’s something that everyone that wants to be a provider should go out and read!
Stefan Bruun
Oct 10, 2018 rated it did not like it
Shelves: business
I got this author recommended by a friend, but I think I picked up the wrong book out of his authorship. It's a classic "get rich" book and didn't bring anything new to the table compared to the endless list of other similar books. The only pro of this book relative to other similar ones is that it is super short. ...more
Nov 29, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Many nuggets of gold here. Grant's gift here is taking highly complex topics of wealth creation and personal finance, and distills them down into simplistic terms.

I've read 4 or 5 other books from Grant, and this by far is the best (and shortest). Straight to the point type of actionable information, no filler or fluff.
Nov 26, 2017 rated it it was ok
Ok book. A lot of repetition. Increase money flow. Have multi flows. Save to invest, not to save.
David Skinner
Dec 22, 2018 rated it liked it
Not a lot of new information here. I love Grant - but this isn’t going to change your life if you listen to much Grant on a regular basis.
Norma Jean
Mar 10, 2021 rated it really liked it
Shelves: non-fiction
The Millionaire Booklet, literally 42 pages of super-small type meant to be carried in your pocket for referral until you reach your million, has the key 8-step program that is the basis of millionaire real estate mogul Grant Cardone’s action plan. It is a foundational booklet “written in 2 hours” that has been typo-corrected and reformatted to reflect core beliefs on our way to millionaire status, mostly by straight talk and exposing the myths we grew up with—as well as our own mindsets as bein ...more
Jan 13, 2019 rated it really liked it
Read the booklet for the 2nd time today. A short and clear 50 page book, most of the book is just the author bragging about himself, how rich he is, how much of a hustler he is etc. Coming from the same middle class background I would definitely agree with some of the concepts in the book.

There are two important concepts that this book has:

1. Change your mindset about how you see money and "the world of the new rich"
2. Basic calculations about how everyone can become "rich" while increasing hi
Pranav Joshi
Jan 01, 2021 rated it it was amazing
A useful summary of Uncle G's ideas in one nifty resource. A lot of exploration of his past experiences. An important takeaway is that staying poor/middle class is selfish, as you help less people this way.

Whenever you get more income from any source, move it off into separate accounts from your spending account. Be broke, not poor. When we you get a bonus or a sudden income, use this surge to stash away some more.

When you set aside money like this, it motivates you to work for more. Do this f
Paige Gordon
Sep 09, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Being that it is so ridiculously short (44 pages) this book is definitely not an exact step-by-step guide to Everything you should do in order to become rich. It is however, an excellent motivational tool and provides a framework of steps to follow and mindsets to hold onto which will help guide you on your journey. It is well worth the short amount of time it takes to read and is a perfect one to keep around and go back to anytime you need a good kick in the pants. :D Uncle G hits it out of the ...more
Jan 17, 2017 rated it it was ok
Honestly, I thought this book was pretty lame. I have not come to my current net worth by asking myself "who's got my money?", as the author repeatedly suggests we should do. Cringeworthy.

Two stars is being generous - but the author backs himself by being so enthusiastic that I suppose maybe it's deserving of more than 1 star.

I only read this book because it was a really quick read to try and work out whether the author's latest book is worth reading, which I marked "To Read", but now not so su
Yigit Yilmaz
Like in the title, This is just a booklet that including wealthiness. You should not expect to provide to you wide vision about how to get super rich. If you are a new person who interested in becoming rich this booklet is not for you. This is just a guide that makes a reminder for who already know about these topics.

In this perspective, I liked booklet. It is simple, little and non-samples, a chapter just has two-four pages. But there is one thing that I don't like: The booklet is pulp magazine
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