Hey guys, today we are doing the first week of our first ever book club reading The Millionaire FastLane by MJ Demarco.
I wanted to put out an invitation to you guys involved in this, if you would like to host or lead a week of the book club and basically make a video like the one I just made covering another "part" of the book I would love to have you on. Just drop a comment below and we'll make arrangements. Your video would be due this upcomming Sunday January 22, 2017.
As far as this part which contained chapter one and two it was really just setting up the concept and leading into the book, didn't get into a ton of meat and potatoes.
The overall messages to me were...
1. What you've been told is the "safe" route of going to school, getting a career, being frugal, and savng for retirement is an outdated model. It's not only not safe, but it won't lead to the life you want.
2. There is no barrier to success and wealth. We weren't all born 7 feet tall and able to dunk, we weren't all born with magical singing voices but we all have the power within us to create wealth and success.
3. Young people can be wealthy and successful, get that mental bloc out of your head.
4. The FastLane may be fast but it isn't going to be easy. Also fast is a matter of years as opposed to decades, it's not overnight, although change can happen in an instant.
Did you get any other bits of wisdom from these first couple chapters? Drop a comment below.
Couple points for discussion...
1. Have you experienced that mindset that I can't start a real business or I can't make money until I'm 25 or until I finish college?
2. What's your thoughts on "big picture" books like this? Do you find them valuable or do you wish you were given a more specific road map of how to start a business or how to be successful?
3. What do you think is safer a career or entrepreneurship? Or both, nobody said you had to quit your job to start a business. Your thoughts?
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