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DanaMadalina

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Aug 14, 2019
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I finished TMF today! A great book that reinforced and awoke some beliefs that even if I had them in unconscious, I put an lock on them because of the society feedback. Fortunately, my mindset is on a right path now!
 

RonZuid

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I've Read UNSCRIPTED
Aug 15, 2019
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Also read The Millionaire Fastlane now, after Unscripted, and I must say it's really soaking in now. I feel it burning. I am on this path now and I won't change back. I'm ready to get in to it, 1 year, 3 years, 10 years, of hard work. I don't care. This is it. Thanks MJ!
 

Laci83

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Jul 1, 2019
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I have read the millionaire fastlane and unscripted 63 % done. I prefer the millionaire fastlane. Easier to read for me. Thanks for the books anyway. They changed the way i am thinking and doing things.
 

juna

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Aug 25, 2019
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I finished reading the book today. It opened new doors I didn't realize were out there!
 

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Devampre

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I've Read UNSCRIPTED
Jan 6, 2016
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I've read this book a while ago. Didn't yet post in this thread for some reason. I feel like this helped shape a healthier perception of myself and what I wanted to be in this world. I like Unscripted a little more, but that's likely biased as I'm currently re-reading it at the moment. :)
 

softwareRules

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Aug 25, 2019
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Read it a week or two ago, great book, the best highlight for me are the 5 seedlings. This is probably the clearest explanation of how to create wealth when starting out as a one-person operation. Other books kinda skim over this or are too tactical (build up your Twitter followers! ....but *why??*). Long-term assets is vague, the examples in the book are excellent and started more of a thought process on how to create long-term passive income.
 

Oliv Lopez T.

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Aug 26, 2019
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Just finished the book ,i feel so luky i could have readed this awesome content , tank you so much MJ .
to me, the best business seminar ever. Tank you Sr.
 

Srafez

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Aug 26, 2019
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I've read it! I'm glad that I'm still young and have an open mind to fully absorb the materials and theories from this book! (My decisions still have a lot of impact as I age ;) )
 

Caysh

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Aug 22, 2019
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How's it going I am a new member. I read the Millionaire Fastlane in under a day and a half. I wanted to give it a go before I wrote a letter on this forum. I am a 45 y/o father of twins. I have been a medic for over 16 years and after a few ventures over the years I have finally stepped off the sidewalk completely after reading that book. I had similar ideas and wants but lack the sack to get it done. The advice I had gotten from the book was the kick in the a$$ I needed to make idea into action. I am now a leader if my own direction and reality. I run a pretty popular educational / entertainment medical podcast centered around really great beer and doling out medical advice/ experience to emergency medical providers of any ilk, and have reader ship in 12 countries. I have started a apparel lifestyle brand around a population underserved by an activity that is played world-wide, and plan to fill that void. I have taken the leap from IN-action to Action and have hired a brand design artist for my company, awaiting proofs and flailing through a multi tiered marking plan. I am amazed to be scheduling my first of 2 public interactive events, hording content for social media outlets so there is no lapse in content and finally have narrowed down our purpose and plan for explosive growth within the marketplace. I have a great and purposeful business partner with experience, literal goals and exit strategy in the next 5 years. This is all possible in part to a ton of books that I read to get me going on this path. I have evaluated the people and probable outcomes using the WCC and WADM and found that it really did apply. I feel confident and in control found a decent entry and believe the time will be well worth the suck. Was everything I read the end all of be all, we'll see. I know that I have a very different perspective going forward than I did last month.
 

Amoritz

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Aug 27, 2019
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Just finished the Audible version of the Fastlane book while doing my morning run.
This book has troubled me in a good way. I started questioning my decisions and got overwhelmed.
I feel better now but will re-listen to some chapters as I need to get a better understanding. This book is a mine of information. It has been very revealing.
Truth can hurt at first but if we stay open to it, it makes us grow!
This is my intention towards it.
One positive side I do have though, is the entrepreneur attitude, even if it's not still successful, I feel right at home with the uncertainty because to me, it's an open door to the possibility of more. Just need to figure things out better.
I feel I'm at the right place!
Now that I discovered M. J. DeMarco wrote another book, I know what I'll be reading next!
Thank you M. J. DeMarco for this great contribution to the world!
 

cverhaegen

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Aug 28, 2019
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Been reading up on some personal finance books/blogs/articles etc to get a better grasp on all the concepts (e.g. The Richest Man in Babylon, Rich Dad Poor Dad, The Latte Factor, Passive Income Inspiration, ...). And although interesting and applicable by "the masses", @MJ DeMarco really opened my eyes that these teachings and tactics really just keep you in the slowlane. Not a place I want to be in!

TMF has shook up my understanding of creating wealth. It's not particularly about getting rich for me, but about becoming wealthy, which to me is characterized by freedom. Freedom of time, freedom of location and freedom of money.

The biggest take away to me is the mindset of evaluating next endeavors (entrepreneurship, investing) in terms of scalability and value creation with unlimited and controllable variables! Everything which is possible to turn into a repeatable and automated system should be done so!

Now, out to make the most of our limited time here! Thanks for a fantastic read and insights @MJ DeMarco . So happy you made the fastlane as well with this book, and by doing so are the mentor so many of us needed!

Best regards from Brussels,
Colin Verhaegen
 

ChristopheSB

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Read Millionaire Fastlane
Aug 27, 2019
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I have never read a book as good and as powerful

A big thank you to Mr Demarco for this sharing that will change the lives of millions of people
 

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