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  • Summary & Analysis of Money: Master the Game by Tony Robbins

  • By: Elite Summaries
  • Narrated by: Iain Andrews
  • Length: 27 mins
  • 1.5 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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This is a summary and analysis of Money: Master the Game by Tony Robbins and not the original book.

A smarter you in 15 minutes. What is your time worth?

A classic, well elaborated topic that ponders everyone's mind: How to secure financial freedom for ourselves and for our families. Taking control! Money, the necessary evil, the hush-hush topic during conversations. The deal breaker in some cases. It is raw and garish.

Money: Master the Game was created by one of the most revered writers named Tony Robbins (Anthony Robbins). He is a motivational speaker, an instructor of finance, and of course a great writer we know. The book was published on November 18, 2014, with its new edition in paperback published on March 2016. This book indicates how we are going to secure financial freedom for our families as well as for our own.

What exactly is Tony Robbins offering in the book Money: Master the Game? In simple words, he wants you to increase your quality of life. The book has beautiful insights, full of very inspirational thoughts that can probably help you to enhance your ability regarding finance. Honestly speaking, the book has the biggest influence to your body, emotions, relationships, and mostly your "money". Using his strategies and knowledge about financing described in the book, you will surely get enough inspiration to have a better way of life.

Money: Master the Game is a necessary book on finance. It has a unique and wonderful strategy about personal finances that aren't taught in many other finance books. If you are looking for an inspiring book to read on about finances, then Money: Master the Game would be a great option. And if you are novice at finance, anything about "money", this book will be a complete goldmine for you!

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  • Lesetsa
  • 17-12-2017

time waster

just a bunch of questions, no info. that's not a summary. time and money wasted!!

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  • Jordan
  • 12-05-2019

Good first half

The first 1/2 of the book was summarized well but the second half was wasted on recalling questions. Why spend all the time listing recap questions on things we didn’t read? If they’re going to ask the questions, it would have been nice to hear summarized answers as well.

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  • Ian Gregory
  • 08-02-2018

naration was boring sound low hard to hear kept

kept falling asleep sound was so quiet struggled to hear it was good for putting me to sleep preferred the printed version .

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  • Hamzeh
  • 17-05-2019

Poor Material

Obviously if you're not financial expert, you will not understand anything. If there is zero stars, I would have give it to this silly material.

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