Book Review: Your Money or Your Life

There are a few books that are beloved and can be a bit dangerous to review.  YMOYL is the bible to a number of people, so I’ll start with saying that I think there’s a lot of good stuff in there, it’s a solid book and just about everyone should read it.  In spite of this, I think there are some major weaknesses in it.

Overview

Joe Dominguez was a Wall Street Analyst who developed a program to retire at age 30, then started teaching a course (and eventually wrote this book) to help others do the same.  Since he passed away in 1997, his co-author Vicki Robin and a new collaborator Monique Tilford have continued updating the book and “spreading the gospel”.  Read More…

This article has 2 Comments

  1. Jasen Sartain

    Rich Dad, Poor Dad is my favorite book and also Napolean Hill’s Think and Grow Rich.

  2. Darwin S.

    I read this book some time back. I still dont understand the logic behind gathering up all the money you’ve made in your life on paper. Do i count the time i was in McDonalds earning $1/hour. Please.

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