How much do I want to read more? 6/10

Based on the table of contents, this book looks like a compilation of other books success's recipe.
And well, it is. Not much new in here. It's not bad either.
For those who believe they can get it through repetition and hearing the same thing through different words.


CHAPTER 1 - A MATTER OF CHOICE

“All of us are, to some degree, sleepwalking through our lives.”

Many of us lead a “programmed life.” Much of what we do is determined by our culture, family, values, friends, education, career path, and financial status.

1.Health
2.Family/Relationships
3.Freedom

“Money and success don’t change people; they merely amplify what is already there.”

CHAPTER 2 - AN ISSUE OF COMMITMENT

If you commit to something 100%, it’s virtually certain to happen—unless you change your mind or die.

Develop the skills of goal-setting and commitment, and you will get more and more of what you want. As you get more of what you want, your passion for life will increase. And as your passion for life increases, you will find that you have the resources and energy to build an even bigger vision. It’s a self-reinforcing process.

CHAPTER 5 - HAVING WEALTH VISION

Your plan is where you will spend the majority of your thinking time, cultivating a burning desire to achieve it.

Action is the bridge between ideas, potential, and reality. A wrong move can be better than no action, because then you will then have experience and an opportunity to learn.

One thing that separates us from the pack is being able to hire the very best people as employees, consultants, coaches, or advisors.

CHAPTER 6 - BUILDING GREATER WEALTH NATURALLY

[quote, H. James Harrington]
Measurement is the first step that leads to control and eventually to improvement. If you can’t measure something, you can’t understand it. If you can’t understand it, you can’t control it. If you can’t control it, you can’t improve it.