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Millionaire Upgrade

Richard Parkes Cordock

Book Overview: 

Inspired by the true story of a flight with Sir Richard Branson, Millionaire Upgrade blows the lid off the accepted belief that successful entrepreneurs are a breed apart, possessing some special magic. Through the combined wisdom of interviews with 50 self-made millionaire entrepreneurs, this book takes you on your own personal master class in success, as experienced through the eyes of Tom, a frustrated employee who is upgraded on a long haul flight, and finds himself sitting next to self made millionaire Michael. During the flight Michael shares the science and secrets behind his own success. Better than any in-flight movie, Millionaire Upgrade gets you inside the minds of successful entrepreneurs and self-made millionaires giving you the inside track on how they think and act.

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Community Reviews

Listened to the audio book, and at a quick 3+ hours total run time, you can't really go wrong. There isn't anything earth-shattering that isn't already covered in some form or fashion in similar books, though the concise "notes" the narrator summarizes throughout are memorable and contained some sou

A bloated read on "think different." The only two items I really pulled from the book were the differences in mindset between "thinking like an employee" (narrow vision, narrow scope) and "thinking like a millionaire business person" (big picture thinking). By itself, that type of thinking is useles

I haven't read too many of these types of books, so I have little to compare with. I felt that this book was insightful regarding some of the key attributes required to succeed as an entrepreneur, but it is quite cheesy. Unfortunately, I got to the part in the book that said 80 hour work weeks were

It is another boring, superficial self-help in annoying dialogue form.
But it was kinda ok in the audiobook x2 speed for the background noise when there's a lack of choice in audiobooks.

ENG: Well, actually I can indicate that I am satisfied with this book and the very main for this relays on its honest and plain style which explains interesting but cliche aspects of entrepreneurship life. Designating two types of paradigm: employee and entrepreneurship types were useful for self-an

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