Millionaire Book Summary

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INTRODUCTION: Many people, especially the poor's layer dreams, how to become rich after the misery and poverty tragedies. It's not difficult; many of the poor have become a millionaire in a short time. So this book embodies the poor dreams to turn them to become rich shortly. The book presents a realistic experience of turning out some poor to the richest layer by following simple ways and applicable mechanisms. For benefit the people, especially the poor classes, I embarked writing this book to become accessible to everyone. It is written in a simple way to make it easier for the reader to understand and apply it and take advantage of its knowledge. One of the goals of the book is to ease the effort of the reader, and shorten the time and effort, Instead of the reader is going to buy tens of books to read hundreds of pages;…show more content…
In addition, the book contains the best theories which have been written by the famous writers about Millionaire people in the world like: Napoleon Hill, George S. Clason, Robert T. Kiyosaki, MJ DeMarco, T. Harv Eker, Thomas J. Stanley, William D. Danko, Gary Keller, Dave Jenks and Jay Papasan, Donald J. Trump and Meredith McIver; Mark Victor Hansen and Robert G. Allen. Therefore, I divided this book into nine parts: Some parts mentioned to tips, theories and skills to help reader and poor to develop the economic culture in order to become rich in a quick time. Other parts included topics concerned with the means to successfully work individually or collectively using some techniques and skills to achieve goal in quick time. In addition, there are some stories in the book about how to get a million shortly and quickly by applying the skills provided by the
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