Everywhere we turn, we hear negative financial news—that the American Dream is dead or that the little man can’t get ahead. Our culture feeds us the lie that it’s impossible to become a millionaire in America today, but it’s time you heard the truth.
In his newest book, Everyday Millionaires: How Ordinary People Built Extraordinary Wealth—and How You Can Too, Chris Hogan destroys millionaire myths that are keeping everyday people from achieving financial independence. Chris and the Ramsey research team surveyed over 10,000 US millionaires, discovering how these high-net-worth people reached their financial status. And the formula might surprise you.
Millionaire status doesn’t require inheriting a bunch of money or having a high-paying job. No. The path to becoming a millionaire is paved with more-ordinary tools—tools that you either already have or that you can learn. If you thought you could never become a millionaire, think again. Listen and learn from over 10,000 everyday millionaires who have done it and believe it’s possible for you too.
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Hi Chris, WOW!!!!!! I have learned a lot from this book at the age of 21!! I am so glad, I know how important money can be for the near in the future in life at an early age. In my generation, we have a lot debts, we don’t think ahead, don’t even think about or know about retirement is a thing, not being careful with the way how we spend our money and don’t want to save. This book changes up everything in life! I am going to change the way how l spend my money from now on and be consistent with putting 15% of the money out of my paycheck every month into my RIRA and keep one of my job that provides 401k as long as l can! Lol! I will grow on my saving! I am still working on saving enough money for a downpayment. Chris, this is an AMAZING Book I ever read before! “I hate reading so much and now this book just came out and l love it”!! I believe myself that I will become an millionaire someday!! I want to meet you someday in State College PA @BJC! # We are PSU
Nothing new here
I was quite excited for this book but it is heavy on style and short on substance. I can honestly sum it up in 6 words;
One page bolk
Extremely repetitive. Don’t claim you know the average American millionaire with less than .1% studied.