The Automatic Millionaire is a pretty down-to-earth, common sense book. It is worth the read overall, but with some flaws.
I appreciate Grant Cardone’s style. He is in-your-face, yet passionate. He kicks your butt, but in an encouraging way.
I admit that I was a little apprehensive about reading this book because of some of the reviews — some reviews stated that this book seemed like a type of “advertisement” for the Bates Executive Presence Assessment.
However, I pushed forward because a Vice President at my company recommended this book as the first part of our group’s mentorship program.
It’s “put up or shut up” time! I want to learn, grow, and improve myself in all areas of life. Plus, I’ve run across a few articles — and books — that state that the average CEO reads 50 – 60 books per year. As such, this is what I would like to do: read 60 books in 2019.
All in all, it’s a good book that will get you thinking about what you are doing financially and how you plan to get there. The biggest part is that it may give you hope. And without hope, you won’t even try to become financially free.