The law of attraction is in full effect within the pages of Mark Fisher’s The Instant Millionaire: A Tale of Wisdom and Wealth. The beloved financial fable has seen its fair share of success. Not only has it been translated and published in over thirty-seven editions worldwide, it also has sold over two million copies making its author a very wealthy man.
The story sets out the same way that many do. A young man who is down on his luck and seeking a better way of living visits an older, wiser man in hopes of learning the key to financially stability. What he doesn’t factor in during his weeklong stay with his elder is that he has to learn how to take risks in order to get ahead.
After a lot of soul searching, blaming, and cursing, the young man is given the knowledge that he seeks but not at the expense of some very hard lessons. You see, the older man was once in the same predicament financially as his younger cohort. Had he not paid heed to the advice that was given to him in his youth, he would not be a millionaire today.
A quick read full of valuable advice, The Instant Millionaire is a must for anyone looking to improve their financial situation. Although a work of fiction, there is truth in the book’s message and valuable advice within its 121 pages. Most importantly, it serves as a building block for prosperity, emotional maturity, and philanthropy.
Some of my favorite quotes from the book include:
All the events in your life are a mirror image of your thoughts.
Desire is what best sustains your thoughts. The more passionate your desire is, the more quickly the thing you want will spring up in your life. The way to become rich is to desire it fervently. In every area of life, sincerity and fervor are necessary ingredients of success.
When you don’t know where you’re going, you generally get nowhere.
The type of book that could be re-read numerous times without losing its value, The Instant Millionaire speaks directly to its readers. Like the scared young man with little money to his name, we can appreciate each lesson as it unfolds chapter by chapter. Recently reprinted again by New World Library, this entertaining fable is a steal at under $14. You can find out more about it and its author by visiting New World Library or Amazon.
Charissa is into frugal living and saving money.
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Sounds like a good book, I'm going to check it out. Thanks! Sounds similar to Og Mandino's The Greatest Salesman In the World.