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How Come That Idiot's Rich and I'm Not?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 4, 2008

    THE REAL DEAL

    The entire recurring message of ¿upside down thinking¿ (which is really the right side up) is absolutely true and a breath of fresh air. I have absolutely been raised with the same thought process ingrained into me and Robert did a nice job of putting the concept into very simple logic that is impossible to deny. I think that one of the most important elements to a book like this is for the reader to really feel like the author has ¿been there and done that and has the T-Shirt¿ in order to accept the principle message and believe it can truly be implemented by the everyday person, again, Robert has done this, he is the REAL DEAL. I also appreciate the ¿Get before you can Give¿ philosophy and message. This is something that I have felt for sometime, and couldn¿t necessarily explain or justify totally, but again Robert did a very nice job of putting it simply but sincerely. The actual business / real estate principles of the book are easy to follow and I believe people will be able to understand how they can implement these practices into their own lives but for me personally there is a bigger picture to the book. I will tell you, Chapter 2 of the book was the most important to me. I have had so many ¿Mystery Money Moments¿ in my career already which I have and continue to be greatful for, and I completely get what Robert is saying here. The commit scripts also were appreciated. Great read!

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