Money, Master The Game
Money, Master the Game is the book a large number of individuals have been sitting tight for.
About The Book
In his initially book in two decades, Anthony Robbins swings to the subject that vexes all of us: How to secure money related flexibility for ourselves and for our families. “On the off chance that there were a Pulitzer Prize for venture books, this one would win, pass on” (Forbes.com).
About Tony Robbins
Tony Robbins has instructed and roused more than 50 million individuals from more than 100 nations. More than 4 million individuals have gone to his live occasions. Oprah Winfrey calls him “super-human.” Now surprisingly – in his initially book in two decades- – he’s swung to the subject that vexes every one of us: How to secure budgetary opportunity for ourselves and our families.
In view of broad research and one-on-one meetings with more than 50 of the most incredible monetary specialists on the planet – from Carl Icahn and Warren Buffett, to Ray Dalio and Steve Forbes- – Tony Robbins has made a basic 7-stage diagram that anybody can use for budgetary opportunity.
Robbins has a splendid method for utilizing allegory and story to outline even the most complex monetary ideas – making them basic and significant. With master counsel on our most critical budgetary choices, Robbins is a supporter for the peruser, scattering the myths that regularly deny individuals of their money related dreams.
Tony Robbins is a standout amongst the most respected authors and masterminds of our time. Individuals from everywhere throughout the world- – from the burdened to the very much heeled, from 20-year-olds to retirees- – credit him for giving them the motivation and the apparatuses for changing their lives. From eating regimen and wellness, to business and administration, to connections and sense of pride, Tony Robbins’ books have changed individuals in significant and enduring ways. Presently, interestingly, he has collected an important “refining of pretty much every great individual back thought of the most recent forty years” (The New York Times).