Item description for The Millionaire Maker: Act, Think, and Make Money the Way the Wealthy Do by Loral Langemeier & Bernadette Dunne...
Overview Introduces the author's wealth-building system designed to help potential investors gain the knowledge, strategies, and techniques they need to achieve lucrative long-term financial goals.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1.25" Width: 5.25" Height: 7.25" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Mar 25, 2007
Publisher American Media International
ISBN 1933309296 ISBN13 9781933309293
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More About Loral Langemeier & Bernadette Dunne
Loral Langemeier is a master coach, financial strategist, and team-made multimillionaire who reaches thousands of individuals each year. She is the founder of Live Out Loud, a coaching and seminar company that teaches her trademarked program Wealth Cycles.
For more information visit www.themillionairemakerbook.com
Reviews - What do customers think about The Millionaire Maker: Act, Think, and Make Money the Way the Wealthy Do?
A BIG Dissappointment!!! Sep 1, 2008
I read this book cover to cover in less than 2 weeks, and was expecting it to give EVERYONE (especially people like me with NO cash and NO assets) a strategy and a starting place on how to grow financially wealthy. Chapter by chapter it gives "case studies" and examples from real people and their current financial situation, and shows them how to create monthly cash flow (income) from what they already have. In each case study, these people had over $3,000 CASH in the bank, a LARGE 401K or IRA with more than $10,000 in it, and over $50,000 in CASH equity in their home!! Give me a break. These people already had LOTS of money. It just wasn't allocated correctly where it was making them monthly income.
The information in this book is useless to MOST of the population. I personally don't have thousands in CASH, or thousands in equity in a home (I rent), or thousands sitting there in a 401K or IRA. If YOU fall into one of those catagories, by all means buy this book. BUT, if you are like 95% of Americans, and have no cash built up or no assets ALREADY, such as real estate, this book will do you no good whatsoever.
Not once did she give an example of someone starting with nothing! This book was a total waste of my time, and it will more than likely be a waste of yours, UNLESS you already have lots of money you need to re-allocate.
You can do it, says Loral Langemeier Aug 10, 2008
Loral Langemeier has a down-to-earth method of improving your way of seeing your finances and your financial environment. Setting out the building blocks, she helps in the analysis of a financial situation and gives guidelines on how to proceed to acquire a healthy dosis of confidence in managing one's financial affairs.
The book is an introduction to more extensive courses, but this is a good start and certainly gives adequate food for thought. If nothing else, you will live better and with more purpose.
Good But Not Great Apr 8, 2008
The book itself is quite good, but beware the tendency to push her mentorship program.
She has a company that sells mentorship to becoming wealthy. the only person becoming wealthy is laura!
I know some of her real estate investment recommendations to her students have not panned out. Its not that she was scamming them, but rather she was short of misled herself.
suggest Reading Millionaire Mind instead Feb 18, 2008
Book is so so. Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Ecker is much better in this category. I bought the book to go to her seminar. Same rating for the seminar
Stay Away! Jan 25, 2008
Book had some good points, but all it really does is make you very discontent with what you have to make you want more. Then she sucks you into her coaching program which and thats where she makes her real money!
Don't waste your time or money folks. They will try everything they can to get you in! We lost $3000, but almost lost $10,000 and they wanted us to put it all on a credit card! Unfortunately we did.
The coaching was a horrible program. Like I said we first were lured into spending $10,000! We didn't go for it and only did the $6000 version. Very unhappy we were refunded $3000, but we are still out $3000. We didn't have the money, so the coach pressed us very hard to put it all on a credit card. Can't believe we did.
We were passed off to 3 different coaches. One said he would personally coach us. Then after 2 more phone calls, he passed us off to another coach
We had that coach for 2 weeks, then showed up for the next class no coach showed up at all, so we left scratching our heads. The next week we had a different coach with no explanation of what happened to the previous one.
On top of that, all the coaches did was show powerpoints of the material already explained in the book and talk about it. The whole program was simply an overview of the same material in the book we received, nothing more. Nothing different!
We kept waiting for more, then all of a sudden we were at the last session, and then it was over. Totally surprised I asked the coach, "thats it?" She agreed.
Basically we paid over $3000 to hear someone tell us what we could have read ourselves.
We spoke with our sign up coach about all of the problems we had, and he assured us they would make these wrongs right.
One thing he promised was that we could retake to course for no additional fee the next summer. Then I asked if we still were not satisfied after that, and he eluded to a full refund.
Well we had several issues that summer, pregnancy, lost job, car accident, we could not retake the course.
So I called back to ask for the full refund. I found out our sign up coach no longer works there and talked with someone there and she assured we would NOT get any more refunds.
Thanks Loral for first making me feel discontent with what I have, then taking my money when I tried to do better! Glad I could make you a little more richer at my families expense.