Unemployed Millionaire by Matt Morris
Author Matt Morris is an internationally recognized speaker who selectively mentors other entrepreneurs, traveling the world, working very little, and earning millions in the process. With a foreword by Les Brown, motivational speaker, bestselling author, and television personality the book makes an interesting read for wealth chasers. In The Unemployed Millionaire, Matt Morris reveals how he turned his life around and shatters the myth that it takes money to make money. Thanks to the Internet explosion and the ease of global trade, it is possible for anyone to start a business and market their products worldwide to millions of customers. In his book, Morris unlocks the secrets and provides us with the specific moneymaking formula he used to turn his ideas into a fortune. He equips us with a step-by-step formula for turning our great idea into a million-dollar business in as little as twelve month.
Matt proves that we don’t have to be smart, lucky, or rich to make millions and offers specific success principles all millionaires follow. Morris helps identify trends and then helps us with the analysis and the assessment of how realistic making money is with this particular trend and then encourages us to go for it if it has potential. If you’re serious about earning millions without working fingers to the bone, The Unemployed Millionaire gives a powerful strategy needed to turn dreams into a reality. A self-made millionaire shows us how to make millions while living life on own terms. At just 18 old Morris founded his first marketing business. At 20, he dropped out of college to pursue business full-time. At 21, he was homeless and deeply in debt, living out of his car. It was then that he made a life-changing decision to re-invent himself and his career. By 29, Matt was a self-made millionaire.
Matt Morris is an internationally recognized speaker who selectively mentors other entrepreneurs, traveling the world, working very little, and earning millions in the process. This book is completely different from personal finance books i have come across. The book throws the notion of having to save every penny and to patiently wait and wait for years until your money grows. It encourages us to look at what is currently going on around us and capitalize. I liked the book, and particularly the Action Management section. Certainly, I felt very encouraged and inspired after reading this one and that is half the battle. This book is full of practical tips and advice and I recommend it for anyone who is “not willing to work for someone else.