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Cracking the Millionaire Code: Your Key to Enlightened Wealth Hardcover – Import, 31 May 2005
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Two of the best-selling nonfiction authors of all time have joined forces to produce a unique business book that melds the ideas of spirituality with those of entrepreneurship. Hansen is the co-creator of the immensely popular Chicken Soup for the Soul series, and Allen wrote the blockbuster real-estate investing guide Nothing Down (1983). They use the term higher power throughout the book to refer to God, spirit, or whatever creative force most people believe in yet so few bring to the table when discussing business matters. For most business authors, this would be venturing into risky territory, particularly when such out-there terms as loverage and serendestiny are used freely throughout the book. But for these two, the approach seems to come naturally, and the idea that the higher power only entrusts great wealth to those who are capable of handling it ultimately makes a lot of sense. The time-honored tradition of tithing plays a pivotal role, as well as the idea that the universe is coded and that we each have at least one million-dollar idea locked within us, with the authors providing the keys to unlock it. The book also literally contains many codes and puzzles within the text, which can either be intriguing or distracting depending on your penchant for solving them. David Siegfried
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“This is a powerful book. When Mark Victor Hansen and Robert G. Allen write about success and acquiring wealth the right way, we all better pay attention. Cracking the Millionaire Code will get your heart pumping.” —Pat Williams, senior vice president, Orlando Magic
“It’s not smoke and mirrors, it’s real, down-to-earth practical principles that make millionaires millionaires. But making money is only part of creating a happy millionaire. Doing right with the money you make is just as critical. By following the simple and completely unique guide presented in this book you can make millions and do good for others simultaneously.” —Mo Siegel, founder, Celestial Seasonings
“Shows entrepreneurs step by step how to tap individually into their highest potential.” —Paul Zane Pilzer, economist
“Finally, straightforward, no-nonsense, use-now strategies for building wealth. And with the turn of each page you get handed a new key to your own treasure.” —Deborah Rosado Shaw, Dream BIG! Enterprises, LLC
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I think the book would be much better without all the distractions. Too me it is like an over-decorated Christmas tree. Less would be better. They (MVH and RA) have often talked about keeping things simple. They should do that with the layout of the book.
I certainly endorse their idea of higher power - although it is not new - they simply put more emphasis on it than most.
It is certainly worth reading. But if you are bothered by all the clutter, read the One Minute Millionaire instead.