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Bestselling authors Mark Victor Hansen and Robert G. Allen are back following their mega-hit The One Minute Millionaire with new strategies to generate cash quickly. Right now, everyone needs trusted, proven, practical advice and techniques for making money fast. In Cash in a Flash, two of the most successful entrepreneurs in the country show readers how to use the skillsBestselling authors Mark Victor Hansen and Robert G. Allen are back following their mega-hit The One Minute Millionaire with new strategies to generate cash quickly.Right now, everyone needs trusted, proven, practical advice and techniques for making money fast. In Cash in a Flash, two of the most successful entrepreneurs in the country show readers how to use the skills and resources they already have to generate permanent and recurring streams of income—all in 90 days or less. Using their bestselling “two-books-in-one” formula, Hansen and Allen combine prescriptive information for developing the millionaire mindset and building wealth on left-hand pages, with the continuation of the inspiring fictional story of Michelle from The One Minute Millionaire on the right-hand pages. In this much-anticipated and timely sequel, Hansen and Allen provide a revolutionary approach to financial freedom—now....

Title : Cash in a Flash: Real Money in No Time
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ISBN : 9780307453303
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 384 Pages
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Cash in a Flash: Real Money in No Time Reviews

  • Cara
    2019-03-09 13:52

    More get-rich-quick prØn... Why do I keep reading this stuff?This book is kind of interesting in that all the left-side pages tell you the theory stuff, which seems to be mainly the law of attraction. The right-side pages present the same concepts in the form of a story. The writing was kind of bad for the story, but I still enjoyed it anyway. Who doesn't love a totally happy ending where everyone gets everything they want and lives happily ever after?...I finally finished the left-brain side of this book. After a couple hundred pages of daydreaming and simplistic advice (Find a problem and solve it! There are millions of problems out there, and people will pay for solutions!), it ends by telling me (in a quiz) that I don't have enough faith and passion to succeed. Wow, and there I thought this would be a harmless but encouraging trip to fantasyland! What a discouraging ending! Bah, authors, you lose a star for that.I can't seem to decide whether I even believe in this kind of thing, and if so, whether I'm convinced that being all fired up and rabid about everything is really the way to go. Even if it is, I'm not sure how to get that way when I'm not.The thing is, what I want most right now is peace. I want to do my writing and other work in a calm manner and not worry about money or freak out about deadlines. It seems kind of funny (read: stupid) to try to get all fired up and burning with desire to be calm, peaceful, and zen. Eh, I'm probably taking all this way too seriously. One thing it did point out that was useful is that most people have a distaste for selling, but we're selling all the time, whether it's Girl Scout Cookies or the belief that you hate selling. If you believe in something, selling it is just sharing your true, passionate beliefs. If you don't, or you don't believe you can sell, you'll always suck. I've read this premise a million times, but nobody ever mentioned Girl Scout Cookies before. Here I've been thinking I hate selling stuff and am terrible at it, but actually, I kicked ass selling Girl Scout Cookies. I also rocked at selling candy to raise money for trips. It's when I tried to sell vacuum cleaners that I started thinking of sales as this horrible thing. I didn't feel rejected or offended when someone didn't want my Girl Scout Cookies--I knew Girl Scout Cookies are the bomb. If I can feel that level of "of course this is awesome" about my products, that will eliminate almost all of the pain from my business. That's a wow.Also, there was an exercise where you're supposed to pretend you suddenly have $100 million dollars, and get an old checkbook and write checks for all of it. You can invest it, buy stuff, give it away, whatever, but you have to write checks to do something with all of it. I usually think of myself as quite self-contained, able to live on very little and not in need of much of anything. It was a different experience to think of what I would do if I had that much money. Fun stuff! If I take a round-the-world cruise next year, it will be because I realized I'd definitely do that if I had $100 million dollars... and then found out it only costs $20k or something like that.Notes:More on critical inner voice: Robert W. Firestone _Conquer your critical inner voice_p. 70-74 Notice critical inner voice. Turn down, make softer, change voice to Mickey Mouse, turn off.p. 94 Notice the questions you ask yourself and change them into empowering ones. Use high-energy, positive words. Notice things to be grateful for, say wow about them.p. 110 Don't just visualize, use other senses, too. Feel it.p. 122 Write a newspaper story about your future success. Make it over the top, ridiculous, beyond wildest dreams.p. 212 Mastermind group questions:- are you willing and able to commit to helping others reach their goals?- are you committed to yourself and your goals?- What has happened in your life to allow this commitment now?- what is your greatest passion?- are you willing to do what it takes to achieve your ideal life?- Do you have short- and long-term plans and goals?- Will you commit to weekly meetings at the same day and time?- Is recognition important to you?- are you thankful?- If you had a million dollars, what would you do?- 3 greatest assets/talents/skill sets?- 10 best make-it-happen people you know?- 3 greatest weaknesses?- skill you have that would benefit the group?- skill you need that group may have?p. 280 Make your mega-bucks in this order: real estate, sell other people's products, sell your own products. Laughable on the surface, but there is some sense there in a way.

  • Renee
    2019-03-17 15:04

    An interesting book where the co-authors list three key elements of their plan for success: create a clear vision of one's ultimate objectives, silence the inner whiner and release the inner winner, and gather a team of like-minded individuals for support and guidance. Such advice as Ask yourself empowering, uplifting, emboldening questions helps retrain the mind to help the reader to focus, identify clear aims and unleash ambition. The book also addresses the next steps: converting ideas into cash, turning problems into profits and numerous ways to profit from intellectual property. Inspiring and practical, Hansen and Allen's legion of fans will find much of value. (Sept.) Copyright © Reed Business Information,

  • German Diaz
    2019-02-27 15:51

    Muy buen libro, te da muchas ideas y te habre la mente para hacer dinero

  • Donna
    2019-03-01 15:01

    Very inspirational book. I am definitely going to take action to implement some of the steps to earn more cash. This book uses a slightly different format, which is great. Part of it presents the details and action plan to earn more money. The other part keeps a story going of women who get together to form a support group. It follows them as they implement their cash-earning ideas and shows the reader how to do it. After reading this book I immediately worked with the author Kat Jaske and got her book, For Honor, listed on the www.smashwords.com site to be available as an E-book in all the E-formats.

  • Elizabeth
    2019-02-28 14:12

    mostly about entrepreneurship and encouraging a certain plan for selling an idea and generating cash from that, but i can't really do this effectively right now so i've decided to abandon this book, not sure if it's temporary or if it's for forever, time will tell!! for now, three stars because i read up to the parts about recognizing the critical voice, and found the "change your critical voice to sound like Mickey mouse!" very helpful :)

  • Jessica Buike
    2019-03-09 19:10

    Most of this book is just hype and empty promises! The truth is, the only people that will make money from this book are the authors themselves - there are no new ideas in here that will help those of us who already do most of the things in this book. That being said, I suppose if you weren't doing some of the things in this book, you might get a little bit out of it. Overall, I don't recommend it.

  • Denise
    2019-03-20 10:46

    This book is worth the read. It is a parable on the right hand side pages and a how-to manual on the left hand side pages.It's purpose, I believe is to train you to open your mind to possibilities and to teach you about some that others have found and created. ... and a fun read. (simply written, good for any reading level.)

  • Kim Sharp
    2019-03-11 10:56

    This is two books in one. The right side or blue pages is fictional. The left side or white pages is supposed to teach us about getting cash. So far, I have learned that I have to will myself to make cash!?? I like the fictional side best.

  • Denise
    2019-03-10 11:06

    I was led to this book via one of my mentors, Mark Victor Hansen -- co-author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series -- who is helping me with my first book. It's an inspirational and practical recipe book for wealth-building.

  • Niama
    2019-03-07 17:49

    I am impressed and encouraged by the approaches the authors take to preparing the reader to become a millionaire. I enjoy the focus on mind, heart, spirit, and practical tactics. The fictional story moves at a fast pace and is supremely engaging. I am learning a great deal!

  • Mikey Wynn
    2019-03-03 12:01

    Don't let the title fool you. This is not another get rich quick book. It has many great principles.

  • Nick Woodall
    2019-03-13 13:12

    I love these kinds of books. This one is a lot like the last one. Not a whole lot of new information, but a good reminder nonetheless.

  • Wanda Hamilton
    2019-03-14 11:53

    I am seeing results from using the principles in Cash in Flash to help me create my life of abundance and prosperity. A fantastic read that is valuable education as well as entertaining.,

  • Elizabeth Lawless
    2019-03-19 15:08

    Really like the dual thinking approach. Would like to have had a better explanation of some of the stories. Overall a viable tool for anyone wanting to control their own destiny.

  • J.H. Johnson
    2019-03-01 15:52

    Great to read after reading the first one!

  • Dave
    2019-02-25 15:58

    Like the first book, this one is unnecessarily fluffy, but worth skimming.