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Millionaire Fastlane Review

30 Jun

Before writing this review, I read both “The Millionaire Fastlane” and the newest, updated version of “The Four Hour Workweek.” Some people believe 4HWW to be better due to the addition of outsourcing references. I read it with the expectation that it would give solid information about how to create wealth, but it did not deliver. Instead, it demonstrates one method of building up a particular type of income without having to work long hours to profit.

On the other hand, “The Millionaire Fastlane” does not outline a particular method for making money. It is not an instructional manual for Adsense, affiliate programs or any other small business idea. That information is already covered in dozens of other books, on hundreds of websites and blogs all over the internet.

The book is an inspirational directive about how to achieve millionaire status well before retirement age. Imagine being in the financial situation of someone like Mark Zuckerberg? Someone who achieved this kind of wealth while still young wrote the book, and he shares all his ideas and information about how to truly get rich quickly. The book is about building wealth, not just making money.

Anyone who is looking for small business ideas, or how to set up an income stream or two on the internet should buy a different book. If you want to learn about affiliate programs or internet marketing or buying into a franchise, there are 1,000 other resources – many of them free – that can help you travel down that road.

Those resources will not help you find answers to some of the most important questions of all:

  • Is even getting into affiliate marketing worth it to begin with?
  • Is it possible to achieve wealth while working a regular job?
  • What roads should I take if I want to get wealthy as quickly as possible?

The book “Millionaire Fastlane” is worth millions, but only if you put into practice all the lessons it teaches so clearly.

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