After interviewing 50 of the world's greatest financial minds and penning the number-one New York Times best seller Money: Master the Game, Tony Robbins returns with a step-by-step playbook, taking you on a journey to transform your financial life and accelerate your path to financial freedom. No matter your salary, your stage of life, or when you started, this book will provide the tools to help you achieve your financial goals more rapidly than you ever thought possible.
Robbins, who has coached more than 50 million people from 100 countries, is the world's number-one life and business strategist. In this book he teams up with Peter Mallouk, the only man in history to be ranked the number-one financial advisor in the United States for three consecutive years by Barron's. Together they reveal how to become unshakeable - someone who can not only maintain true peace of mind in a world of immense uncertainty, economic volatility, and unprecedented change but profit from the fear that immobilizes so many. Through plain English and inspiring stories, you'll discover...
Master the mind-set of true wealth, and experience the fulfillment you deserve today.
©2017 Anthony Robbins (P)2017 Simon & Schuster Audio
It was nice just like other jobs by Tony, didn't see much difference with "Money Master the Game" though.
It's actually repeating and kind of briefing the previous book.
Very basic, maybe 16-30 year olds. 401k's aren't universally recognised so slightly wasteful.
Doubtful. Like Rich Dad Poor Dads author each book Is not as good as the previous one unfortunately.
401k....plus a few others!
I think it should say who in the cover this should be aimed at. And not just "people who want to save/make money"....we all want that-no kidding! But not all books on that subject are for every group.
Narrator was a bit robotic, Tony's voice is much more appealing. Average book on the topic
great summary of money master the game but nowhere near the quality and detail required. bite the bullet and read/ listen to the full version of the story in money master the game
"Superficial!!! Barely Scratched the Surface."
The book contain a few good nuggets but I wasn't impressed. The text provided a lot of superficial information, considering Tony supposedly interviewed all these billionaires. The book was simply a sales pitch for the company Created Planning.
The Benjamin Graham 's book the Intelligent Investor is 100 times better and provides more substance.
"a one sentence summary...."
I wouldn't call myself a fan of Tony Robbins but I appreciate his work, knowledge, spirit and incredible business sense. I was looking forward to this book since Gary Vaynerchuk had him on his daily YouTube show and openly endorsed it.
I should not be able to summarize an entire book on money management in one sentence. but it's possible here. .
Invest early (let compounding interest work for you), diversify across asset classes and industries (use index funds for vast majority of your investments), don't let the market corrections and bear market shake your confidence in your investments, in fact, invest more during these times as everything bounces back.
there. I just saved you hours of time, money or a credit. Don't believe me? Listen. but I did warn you.
"Similar Material to last book."
Basically same info as his last book, "Money, Master The Game". I was disappointed.
Long story short, same old lesson= after every Bull Market there is a Bear Market.
Don't wait to invest. Invest & wait 20 to 30 years.
Very Basic Material for Passive Investors NOT savvy investors looking to create exponential wealth.
Good information and I liked the book, but the whole thing felt like a sales pitch for companies that Tony is part owner of. The companies even changed between his last book.
Tony bashes a multitude of professionals. Some of which I agree with. Some of which I don't. Any good advisor can show his/her worth by their advice without bashing others.
All it takes is FULL disclosure with a client UP FRONT. You tell the client exactly what ways they can work with you and how you get paid in each way. Then give them the pros and cons of each way of working with them. Let the CLIENT choose which way is best for them.
If they want FEE ONLY (usually the highest fee level and what Tony recommends), let them choose that.
If they want FEE BASED (usually a smaller fee, but also commission, "Dually Registered"), let them choose that.
If they want PRODUCT BASED (usually commission only advice, "Broker / Insurance Agent"), let them choose that.
Once the CLIENT chooses how they want to work with the advisor, the advisor works only in that space.
A "Dually Registered" advisor can operate in any of the 3 scenarios above. Let the client choose how they want to proceed.
I liked Tony's enthusiasm, but that doesn't make up for the content.
Jeremy Bobb felt monotone to me. Did not inspire action.
Creative Planning, America's Best 401(k).
The book would have had more merit if it were product neutral, planning firm neutral and not skewed to be an advertisement for TONY'S companies.
This book is basically a testimonial to Peter Mallouk and Creative Planning.
Testimonials are illegal for anyone governed by the Investment Advisers Act of 1940.
Costs are considered ONLY on the advisory space. If there is not one who has a "broker" license (Series 3, Series 6, Series 7, Series 52, Series 62), then you have to pay an additional person to enact trades. Who is that person / firm? How much do they paid for making the trades?
Why is it that in the book they say that you should NEVER pay more than 1% for an advisory fee, however, Creative Planning charges 1.2% for accounts at $100,000 - $500,000?
What about other assets? What about Real Estate? What about Annuities? What about Private Placements? What about Permanent Life Insurance? What happens when you start to withdraw for income in retirement? What about art collections?
There is more to the world than Index Funds.
This book is also an advertisement. Tony earns profits from Creative Planning by being on the board and "Chief of Investor Psychology". Tony earns profits from being on the board of America's Best 401(k)
A $14,000 Chevy Spark and a $50,000 Mercedes E-Class will get you from Point A to Point B. Does that mean that you should only buy a Chevy? It costs much less, which in turn you could have put into your indexed funds and gotten an additional 10 years of income, just by buying a cheaper car.
Tony works with the best of the best, and equally important, the just of the just, leaders in the financial industry to bring to light the freedom fighters and techniques needed to truly succeed in today's society.
Most notably, he shows listeners how to find the absolute capacity to give to great causes by being smart with our decisions both on our financial radar and beneath it!
Term Life Insurance? $
Investing daily? $$
This book? Priceless.
I love listening to Tony Robbins but this is a much shorter version of his other book Mastering Money.
there is so much great information contained in this audio book . to much to take in by just listening to it. really need the paper book to dig into it.
"This audio book is a giant advertisement"
Tony let's the owner of an RIA that pays him write a book about how you should let the RIA manage your money (if you meet their investment minimum of 100k) and discloses his conflicts of interest in the last 15 seconds of the 10+ hour book. Take a pass. Or, if you want only the valuable stuff, skip to the index at the very end. Everything else is garbage.
Great book if your looking to see how investing really works. Might take the average joe (like myself lol) a few reads to really get all the info to seep in.
"Excellent thought provoking audio"
As you expect from any material written by Tony Robbins, this audio contains outstanding content backed up by extensive research.
Although the specific tax and legal examples relate to US law, the overall messageand lessons apply to most western countries and can be equally applied in Britain.
"Simple message stretched out"
It's pretty simple - buy index linked shares. However this message is stretched out and padded out over hours and hours.
"A book for life!..."
As soon as I caught a whiff of Tony's latest book I got straight onto Amazon and bought the pre-order. The best decision I ever made as I know his content ALWAYS enlightens & educates.
This book is a book for life and will be a common reference to ensure the security of my financial future.
What something costs, isn't what it's worth...More than worth the investment into my financial legacy.
"Wanted more Tony Robbins..."
I bought the audiobook over the paperback as I wanted to hear this information from 'the horses mouth'. I wanted Tony's enthusiasm and passion. Disappointingly Tony only Read a handful of sections. The book is great. The content is great. It's really got me thinking new and exciting ways. I just wished there was more Robbins on it.
Totally eye opening and a great listen. For anyone seeking long term wealth is a great place to start.
"Buy this book"
Great book and almost everyone can benefit from the knowledge within. I would recommend it to everyone.
"Must read for everyone - serves a charity as well"
Very helpful overview how to manage your money and yourself doing it. Sometimes bit commercial (to authors' businesses).
Good advice, a bit repetitive at times, as they seem to say the same thing a few times over in the first half.
"Interesting Info - Mainly USA related"
For anyone with little to no stock market knowledge its fairly useful. Invest in index funds is the promoted theme with sprinkles of guidance, American based finacial schemes and anecdotes.
Very detailed and well thought through. Offers key insight and information everyone needs to know.
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