Vince Stanzione has released his new book The Millionaire Dropout: Fire Your Boss, Do What You Love, Reclaim Your Life; I’m already going through mine and although there is some info that I have already heard from Vince there is a lot of other useful tools in there, [so far]. For me personally it seems better than Vince’s first book, but each to their own so see what you think…
A common misconception that seems to surround the rich and famous when they release books is that they need the money. I’m really really sure Vince is OK in that department but it’s a fair question, why when someone is already rich and successful do they strive to make more? Lets take Paul McKenna, he admits he has made multiple millions but he still writes more books, promotes more seminars and makes guest appearances for outrageous fees. He doesn’t have to but he still does it.
What you have to realize is that they are business men, and making it in general is what makes them tick. Plus there is probably a genuine buzz they get from helping others. I know if I was really good at something and I could make a positive difference to others by sharing it I’d most certainly be doing it.
Sell in May and go away
So as this year seems to be flashing by we have already reached the Sell in May and go away stage… Not that I’m going to be doing that but if you haven’t heard of that saying you see more clearly in this chart.
I appreciate that some of us may not have 50 years left but it’s an awesome strategy to pass down to the family. Even if you done something like that for your children and started it in their first year it’s a lovely 50th birthday gift for them.
It really signifies that you just don’t have to be a rocket scientist to make money in the markets. A simple strategy and good money management will suffice.