The Millionaire Master Plan is a unique and fresh approach as to how individuals can not only get a sense of where they stand on the spectrum of personal wealth, but more importantly, how they can learn to ascend from their present state to a higher level. Read more...
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The Millionaire Master Plan is a unique and fresh approach as to how individuals can not only get a sense of where they stand on the spectrum of personal wealth, but more importantly, how they can learn to ascend from their present state to a higher level.
Roger James Hamilton, himself a highly successful entrepreneur and successful investor, has designed nine steps - from barely surviving - all the way to the highest level of ultimate wealth for life - and he lays out his nine steps in an easy-to-understand color-coded manner that ranges from red (barely living paycheck-to-paycheck) all the way to ultra-violet (where generating income is simply no longer a worry).
Along the way, the reader first takes a quick test to determine where one is on the financial spectrum, and then Hamilton provides key insights and practical tips as to how one can progress to the next level. You track your progress by ascending from one color to the next.
- ISBN-13: 9781455549238
- ISBN-10: 1455549231
- Publisher: Business Plus
- Publish Date: July 2014
- Page Count: 275
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2014-05-12
- Reviewer: Staff
Hamilton, founder of Entrepreneurs Institute, is the Tim Ferriss poster child, working from a resort in Bali. After career ups and downs in his 20s, Hamilton struck it rich, and here wants to guide readers through a color-coded “Millionaire Master Plan” designed to provide semipersonalized advice for achieving great wealth. All people have natural genius, he claims; it’s just a matter of identifying which type is yours. Readers are urged to first take the online Millionaire Master Plan Test to determine their personality type and the appropriate path through the “Wealth Lighthouse,” which covers the nine stages of life: Victim, Survivor, Worker, Player, Performer, Conductor, Trustee, Composer, and Legend. The four sides of the lighthouse are Dynamo (ideas smart), Blaze (people smart), Tempo (senses smart), and Steel (details smart). In a Choose Your Own Adventure–type format, which includes stories from his own life, Hamilton takes readers through the levels. The language is by turns encouraging and obscure: “In the nine steps up the Wealth Lighthouse, we move in a zigzag from freedom of choice to freedom of movement. We progress through personal value and personal leverage to social value and social leverage.” Though Hamilton’s story is inspiring, the Lighthouse pitch will be tough for most readers to take seriously. Agent: Wendy Keller, Keller Media. (July)