Quick email today. Multi-tasking a bunch of stuff.
As my computer renders some videos, I was catching up on my
Kindle book collection. I bought Fridson’s book, “How to be a Billionaire” a
few months back and didn’t even “crack the spine”.
Lolz. I totally predicted this would happen when Kindle
first came out too.
People would start buying up books and never read any
of them. Didn’t think I’d be one of those fools who’d do that.
But hey, no harm done. I’m reading it finally. And the book
It’s funny cause whenever someone gets into “wealth building”
as a hobby, two books everyone SERIOUSLY recommends are:
1. Think and Grow Rich
by Napolean Hill
2. and, How to Win
Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
Great books, for sure.
But Fridson kinda shyts on them using just a few well-made
I personally could never stand to hear people talk about
those books like they’re the freakin bible of wealth. Think and Grow Rich gives
lots of inspiration, yeah…but I think you’ll agree the book itself is a bit of
It would have served me better to learn actual action steps
a person should do, rather than mind ninja friggin voodoo by remote control.
After all, I realized from childhood that the inventors, the
dreamers, the guys full of ideas… were the schmucks who died broke.
While the guys who became billionaires were the shrewd
active people DOING stuff with other people’s ideas and turning them into empires.
Another thing I figured out a few years back, was that billionaires
don’t need everyone to love them. And if you think following Carnegie’s advice
to get everyone to be your friend is going to somehow make you famously rich…think
Every famous billionaire built up an army of haters.
I’m not telling you that you should deliberately go out and
try to be an arsehole. But until you stop giving a shyt about how many people
like you, you’re gonna remain miserably broke.
Billionaires aren’t arseholes because they want to be.
It’s just that it wastes time to TRY to be a push-over.
Time you’re better off actively doing something constructive with.
And people loooove to point fingers at the successful and accuse
them of being dickz. Haters will hate. So what?
I’m done actually. So is my video rendering.
The Internet Business Academy has far more valuable advice to
you than all 3 books discussed. Not to rag on those books, I like them all-
but the advice you need won’t be found in STORIES of other people’s success.
and you can’t get success by dreaming about it.
and you don’t need to make a bunch of friends or even leave your house.
Success is in MY specific instructions of what sells and
what doesn’t sell with the Internet.
that’s the Internet Business Academy.
Get it here: