Sep 7, 2016
Over the past nine weeks we’ve been talking about investing for success. Over that period and for several months before that, I have had requests for my thoughts about motivational guru Tony Robbins most recent book, Money, Master the Game. So, to round off season two of this podcast, I’ll review the book and let you know what you should take from the book, and what you might want to leave on the table.
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Money, Master the Game is an important book, I think. It is a fairly comprehensive look at what you need to know to succeed with money, from a guy who has made pots of it, and who has the ear of some of the most successful financial minds in the world.
I think that if someone asked me to recommend just one book on personal finance, I might even consider recommending Robbins’ book as that one book, but I do have reservations.
So I’m going to tell you what you need to know first, and do my best to précis the book’s layout and main points. Then we’ll look at the things you need to DO, or indeed not do, as a result of reading the book.