Baby Steps Millionaires: How Ordinary People Built Extraordinary Wealth--and How You Can Too

    • 3.3 • 4 Ratings
    • $27.99

    • $27.99

Publisher Description

You can Baby Step your way to becoming a millionaire.

Most people know Dave Ramsey as the guy who did stupid with a lot of zeros on the end. He made his first million in his twenties—the wrong way—and then went bankrupt. That’s when he set out to learn what God had to say about managing money and building wealth. As a result, Dave developed the Ramsey Baby Steps and became a millionaire again—this time the right way.

After three decades of guiding millions of others through the plan, the evidence is undeniable: the Baby Steps not only work for everyone, but they’re proven to work fast. If you follow the plan, you will get out of debt, and you can become a millionaire.

In Baby Steps Millionaires: How Ordinary People Built Extraordinary Wealth --and How You Can Too, readers will . . .

•Take a deeper look at Baby Step 4 to learn how Dave invests and builds wealth

•Learn how to bust through the barriers preventing them from becoming a millionaire

•Hear true stories from ordinary people who dug themselves out of debt and built wealth

•Discover how anyone can become a millionaire, no matter their financial status.

Baby Steps Millionaires isn’t a book that tells the secrets of the rich. It’s not even full of sophisticated, hard-to-grasp concepts reserved only for the elite. As a matter of fact, this information is straightforward, practical, and maybe even a little boring. But the life you lead if you follow the Baby Steps is anything but boring! You don’t need a large inheritance or the winning lottery number to become a millionaire. Anyone can do it—even today. For those who are ready, it’s game on!

Business & Personal Finance
Dave Ramsey
hr min
January 11
Ramsey Press

Customer Reviews

BSF Reviews ,

It’s a trap!

I was very disappointed with this book. Nowhere in the title or subtitle or description was there anything about this being a book that ultimately would be about sharing the “gospel”. For most of the book I could ignore and roll my eyes every time he referred to “biblical principles” or cited scripture or how god wants us to be successful and rich. Unfortunately at the end of the book was a full chapter on becoming a christian. The little financial advice and motivational stories were great but minimal.

Look, if you want to share the “gospel” just be honest and don’t deceive people into buying and reading the book. My guess is that Ramsey believes in a god that doesn’t lie, trick, or deceive but then by not including anything about god in the title, subtitle or description tricks and deceives potential buyers so that he can share jesus.

Just go online read Ramsey’s baby steps and save yourself $9.99.

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