The One Minute Millionaire: The Enlightened Way to Wealth [NOOK Book]

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Would you like to know the secrets to making all the money you?ll ever want?

Now, two mega-bestselling authors with decades of experience in teaching people how to achieve extraordinary wealth and success share their secrets. Mark Victor Hansen, cocreator of the phenomenal Chicken Soup for the Soul series, and Robert G. Allen, one of the world?s foremost financial experts, ...
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The One Minute Millionaire: The Enlightened Way to Wealth

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Overview

Would you like to know the secrets to making all the money you’ll ever want?

Now, two mega-bestselling authors with decades of experience in teaching people how to achieve extraordinary wealth and success share their secrets. Mark Victor Hansen, cocreator of the phenomenal Chicken Soup for the Soul series, and Robert G. Allen, one of the world’s foremost financial experts, have helped thousands of people become millionaires. Now it’s your turn.

Is it possible to make a million dollars in only one minute? The answer just might surprise you. The One Minute Millionaire is an entirely new approach, a life-changing “millionaire system” that will teach you how to:

* Create wealth even when you have nothing to start with.
* Overcome fears so you can take reasonable risks.
* Use the power of leverage to build wealth rapidly.
* Use “one minute” habits to build wealth over the long term.

The One Minute Millionaire is a revolutionary approach to building wealth and a powerful program for self-discovery as well. Here are two books in one, fiction and nonfiction, designed to address two kinds of learning so that you can fully integrate these life-changing lessons. On the right-hand pages, you will find the fictional story of a woman who has to make a million dollars in ninety days or lose her two children forever. The left-hand pages give the practical, step-by-step nonfiction strategies and techniques that actually work in the real world. You’ll find more than one hundred nuts-and-bolts “Millionaire Minutes,” each one a concise and invaluable lesson with specific techniques for creating wealth.

However, the lessons here are not just about becoming a millionaire—they are about becoming an enlightened millionaire and how to ethically make, keep, and share your wealth. Whether your goal is less than a million dollars or that amount many times over, there’s never been a better time to achieve abundance. Let The One Minute Millionaire show you the way.


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Editorial Reviews

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Mark Victor Hansen is the mastermind behind the blockbuster Chicken Soup series, and Robert G. Allen is the personal finance expert who wrote the million-selling Nothing Down and Creating Wealth. What brings these two bestselling authors together is their belief that good thinking and good spirits should be compatible gifts. Part inspirational fable and part motional personal finance book, The One Minute Millionaire could be the most unconventional and uplifting business book you've ever read.
Publishers Weekly
This mega-selling twosome (Hansen's name is on every book in the Chicken Soup series and Allen wrote the bestselling real estate guide No Money Down) offers a long-winded pep talk on how just about anybody can make big money. According to the authors, "At this very instant you are standing in the middle of millions." They maintain that anyone can achieve "enlightened" wealth, a utopia where everyone has money and tithes, creating a better world for all. Hansen and Allen's approach is a mix of self-help and money talk, though a bit heavier on the former. The left-hand pages are a simplified explanation of how to amass millions, with options such as write a book, buy and sell real estate and start a company. The right-hand pages illustrate the same themes, via fictionalized dramas, e.g., newly widowed Michelle's struggle to come up with $1 million in cash to get her two children back from her in-laws. Hansen and Allen's feel-good suggestions run along the lines of "find a mentor," "use a fulcrum" and "be part of a team." Full of endless acronyms (e.g., "System: Save Your Self Time Energy Money"), catchy phrases (e.g., "A Dream + A Team + A Theme = Millionaire Streams") and animal imagery (butterflies, honeybees, owls and hares scamper among the pages), this offering echoes much of the self-help cacophony already out there. But its message is muddled: sometimes the millions are yours for the asking, and sometimes it's the system that keeps you down. Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information.
Soundview Executive Book Summaries
In an inspirational guidebook to accumulating personal wealth, two best-selling authors have teamed up to present a "millionaire system" to help readers create wealth, build wealth rapidly, overcome fears, take risks and succeed over the long term. The book's format is a unique combination of a fictional story (the right-hand pages) and nonfiction, practical strategies (the left-hand pages) that combine to provide lessons and techniques for ethically creating wealth. Copyright (c) 2003 Soundview Executive Book Summaries
From the Publisher
“Sixty years of wisdom condensed into sixty seconds of wealth.” -- Harvey Mackay, author of the number one New York Times bestseller Swim with the Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive

“Mark and Bob are geniuses. I’ve learned a lot from them and you will too!” -- Robert Kiyosaki, author of the number one New York Times bestseller Rich Dad, Poor Dad

“Freedom is about knowing who you are, believing in yourself, and applying both those things to the American free enterprise system so you can achieve millionaire status. This book is a must.” -- Stedman Graham, president and CEO, S. Graham and Associates

“Bravo! Excellent story coupled with simple wealth-building techniques. This book abolishes the question ‘How did you get rich?’” -- Art Linkletter

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780307452658
  • Publisher: Crown Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 8/4/2009
  • Sold by: Random House
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 295,819
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Mark Victor Hansen is the coauthor of one of the biggest-selling book series in history, Chicken Soup for the Soul, with more than 80 million copies in print. Mark has been a public speaker for twenty-five years, entertaining and enlightening audiences worldwide. He is the author of five other books and six popular audio programs, and is the recipient of numerous honorary degrees and awards, including the Horatio Alger Award.

Robert G. Allen has probably helped to create more millionaires in this country than any other single person. He is the author of some of the most successful financial books in history. Nothing Down has sold more than 1,250,000 copies, and his other books—Creating Wealth, Multiple Streams of Income, and Multiple Streams of Internet Income—have all been major New York Times bestsellers.


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Table of Contents

Introduction: Millionaire Mountain i

Foreword for the Paperback Edition xxi

The one Minute Millionaire 2

The Millionaire Ahas 16

Leverage 106

Mentors 126

Teams 160

Networks 194

Infinite Networks 214

Skills and Tools 228

Systems 250

Real Estate 270

Business 312

Afterword 356

Michelle's Story: The Enlishtened Way to Wealth 3

A Final Word: You Can Be a Millionaire 376

Acknowledgments 377

Index 383

A Sample Chapter from the Upcoming Cash in a Flash 389

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  • Posted November 22, 2009

    An Mind Opener

    It really takes a book of certain stamina to keep my attention. Books that provide a road map to any form sof elf awareness, can at times, be boring. This book was NOTHING like that! It was very refreshing, with moments of comedy. But the way the book reads, meaning read all the purple pages first then start over, keeps your really quessing what is going to happen. I especially like the fact that you take the journey and then return to the beging to learn how to translate the journey for yourself. I have recommended this book to several friends, but mostly to the younger members of my family, nieces and nephews, feeling that they could relate, understand and apply the story to their future challenges.

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  • Posted October 4, 2009

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    Millionaire Mindset for New Agers

    There are certainly many things positive to say about Hansen and Allen's "The One Minute Millionaire." Good ideas, a unique and entertaining presentation ("how to" presentation on the left page, a "novelization" on the right page) and compelling logic. It will, however, not make you a millionaire in a minute and even the most ardent follower of the philosophy and behavior patterns outlined in the book will find it difficult to rearrange one's life to fit their idea of how to amass wealth in a short period of time.

    The only real issue I have with the book is that it is basically a marketing tool for a website which requires registration, personal information and, if you follow through, a financial contribution. I, personally did not fall for that and read the book without using the website. I believe that the techniques presented in the book will, no doubt, positively impact the way the reader approaches wealth acquisition and could well be instrumental in creating a mindset of money and abundance, but keeping your eyes open and not paying for the book a second time with on line payments is just as useful advise.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 31, 2008

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    I loved this book for a few different reasons. First of all because it pays respects to the ultimite author GOD. Secondly because it does give you a play by play plan of how to make this work for you. I am a practicing Real Estate Professional and I have seen people work these kinds of deals to make money in Real Estate. The internet idea is also a very real factor. Look at Facebook and Myspace. These were just some idea roaming around in someone's head until they made it a reality. One Minute Millionaire, from conception, to plan, to action, and these guys were in their 20's. To the one guy who gave this book a bad rap, check yourself, just because you can't see the picture at work don't bash the book. These really are Millionaire habbits written for everyday people. What works for one doesn't work for all, so you have to find what works for you as a person. I have put some of the methods in this book into play and I have had positive results. You think, so you do, and you become that is basic...........Maybe you should read the book again because you missed the basics teachings of the Authors. 'This is a great motivational book and nothing more.' Is exactly what it is supposed to do.......lol.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 28, 2004

    What A Journey

    This book is fantastic. We are just starting a investment group and what a message to recieve upon doing so. I love how you give enough content to still leave a person enough room for there own creativity. Most people in life have to many options to fail. What if we really wasn't allowed to. I really liked putting you into the situation that you did in the story where you didn't have the ability to fail, and was held accountable for doing it the right way.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 17, 2013

    A pep talk

    This book is sort of childish, like trying to convince a six-year-old that Santa exists. What was helpful was the following: 1.Good business practices are important. 2.Vision and imagination are key in finding and creating opportunities. 3.People who are knowledgeable about leverage are able to act quickly when opportunities present themselves. I would recommend it only as an imagined case study; it did open my eyes to the ways in which you can finance deals.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 29, 2012

    Powerful

    A friend gave me a copy and I must say it was life changing. My wife enjoyed it when I read sections to her. I have recommended the book to my students in my classes for career motivation.

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