on September 18, 2017
I downloaded the book a week before it was released on Amazon. It is absolutely incredible. This book will get your 'mind right' about why your parents, grandparents, family members and friends have not reached a high professional and often emotional level of success or happiness. It will teach you clearly that unless you decide right now, this very moment, to make spiritual changes to how you view money so that it becomes your friend and not something you chase, briefly acquire but can never hold on to, you will fall into the same poverty trap that your loved ones have generation after generation after generation. Bryant broke down, in simple terms that even a child could understand, "why" we fail to produce the lifestyles that we DESERVE.
I know that there are those who commented after reading this book that the government and churches and other organizations should have more empathy for poor people, and offer more support to level the playing field and that Bryant did not take that into consideration. While I respect their opinions, because that may be true, keep this very important thing in mind...those institutions have been around lonnnnngggg before we were born, and will be here long after we die. They have shown society exactly how much they care about the day to day pains and pleas of broke people. So here in this book, he is trying desperately, because unlike them he does care - the man actually cares - to shake us, and wake us up. You cannot lose by reading this book, then following him on social media and making choices based on what he says to hit reset on your financial life. You simply have nothing to lose. Yes, there is inequality. Yes their is systemic racism. Yes there are people who seem to be handed every damn thing in life on a gold platter embedded with diamonds, but you cannot do anything about that. You cannot take their money or privilege away. You cannot stop their rich relatives, spouses and employers from over paying them, spoiling them, blessing them even when they don't deserve it. You cannot stop their evil grandfather from making a fortune off the backs of low income no insurance having workers so he can keep his wife and daughters in mansions and Benz's. And you cannot make these people that 'got the memo' care - at all - about you, your inability to pay the bills on time, or anything else that makes you broke and miserable. But what you can do is look at their acquired wealth as proof that if those heartless people can make it - then so can you - and as you grow your wealth, you can share this education with the very people you claim are not getting enough empathy from the government and churches who have no reason to do more than they are. But unless we decide as Americans to start implementing a new way of thinking into our daily lives, which Bryant clearly gives us a road map for, we'll be shooting the only messenger that actually gives a damn. And if you shoot the messenger you can no longer say, "They won't let us succeed..." because you just became the They. I've only just heard of this man. I was browsing Facebook and saw him giving a speech, and was blown away with how many people were begging him to run for president! We need him doing exactly what he is doing. Americans have unlimited potential to make money, start businesses, create jobs and BE HAPPY. People in third world countries are not happy and cannot do anything about it - nothing - but we can. So I suggest we focus not on what else he could have shared about how we need to have more empathy for poor people, and put our energy into using these practices to uplift ourselves (like the mean rich people that control most of the wealth and give nothing back), then teaching everyone around us to do the same (becoming a humanitarian in the process which will feel great!) and leaving money, land and the ability to think intelligently about wealth behind for those we love. Honestly, what in the world more do 'we' need to get it together than this book as the perfect start to finally...get it together? I'm on my way to becoming rich - and it's all because of this book. On my way, I'll help others by pointing them in Bryant's direction so that they finally GET THE MEMO!
You simply have nothing to lose.
Yes, there is inequality. Yes their is systemic racism. Yes there are people who seem to be handed every damn thing in life on a gold platter embedded with diamonds, but you cannot do anything about that. You cannot take their money or privilege away. You cannot stop their rich relatives, spouses and employers from over paying them, spoiling them, blessing them even when they don't deserve it. You cannot stop their evil grandfather from making a fortune off the backs of low income no insurance having workers so he can keep his wife and daughters in mansions and Benz's. And you cannot make these people that 'got the memo' care - at all - about you, your inability to pay the bills on time, or anything else that makes you broke and miserable. But what you can do is look at their acquired wealth as proof that if those heartless people can make it - then so can you - and as you grow your wealth, you can share this education with the very people you claim are not getting enough empathy from the government and churches who have no reason to do more than they are. But unless we decide as Americans to start implementing a new way of thinking into our daily lives, which Bryant clearly gives us a road map for, we'll be shooting the only messenger that actually gives a damn. And if you shoot the messenger you can no longer say, "They won't let us succeed..." because you just became the They.
I've only just heard of this man. I was browsing Facebook and saw him giving a speech, and was blown away with how many people were begging him to run for president! We need him doing exactly what he is doing. Americans have unlimited potential to make money, start businesses, create jobs and BE HAPPY. People in third world countries are not happy and cannot do anything about it - nothing - but we can. So I suggest we focus not on what else he could have shared about how we need to have more empathy for poor people, and put our energy into using these practices to uplift ourselves (like the mean rich people that control most of the wealth and give nothing back), then teaching everyone around us to do the same (becoming a humanitarian in the process which will feel great!) and leaving money, land and the ability to think intelligently about wealth behind for those we love. Honestly, what in the world more do 'we' need to get it together than this book as the perfect start to finally...get it together? I'm on my way to becoming rich - and it's all because of this book.
On my way, I'll help others by pointing them in Bryant's direction so that they finally GET THE MEMO!

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