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Published September 29th 2019
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Colin Ridyard
Sep 29, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Part of the preamble for this book reads: “We are not residing in the best of times as things are spiraling out of control around the world and if different decisions had been made the world would peradventure been a better place.” For a two-letter word “if” carries an awful lot of meaning. Most used as a conjunction, it can connect two clauses to form a single sentence by presenting the conditional clause. For example, we often tell ourselves “I doubt if I will ever get rich.” But as Wayne Jack ...more
The Infinite Book Club
Oct 03, 2020 rated it it was amazing
“Knowledge is only potential power. Action is power”

The statement above summarized the whole book. You do not become rich by the knowledge you possess, but by its application. The book reflects great knowledge and a call to action in building lasting financial freedom and stability by disregarding the effect of being smart as the main prerequisite for being wealthy.

The book draws the attention of the public to the financial and global inequalities; and how to bridge the wide gap between the ric
Bobby Kountz
Nov 28, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Learn, Apply, Decide, Do, Execute, Repeat! So Simple A Dumb Person Could Do It; A Smart Person Too...

Before a skyscraper is erected, a foundation is established. Before a foundation is established, a plan is created. Before a plan is created, questions are asked and answered. Why?
Because without a why, you will never follow through. Know what you want, know why you want it, commit to acquiring the knowledge and skills required to achieve your desired outcome. Get busy applying what you learn. I
Julie Kusma
Feb 19, 2021 rated it really liked it
An excellent reference for your financial awareness. Although each of us are different and have different goals and values, the underlying premise is noteworthy.
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