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  1. Wow. That seems to be a good read. Those excerpts that you have published… Oh my. What a piece of writing. I am gonna get this book, courtesy your review!

    1. Manju SM,
      Oh what wonderful news from you?😇
      Let us know your feedback after you have bought and read the book.
      H Emma

  2. This book sounds wonderful! All the reasons why I need to read this book I mentally checked off. My husband and I have been having a lot of conversations surrounding the financial success of our future and how we can help our children with a similar mindset.

    I am going to purchase this book, your review has me hooked! Thanks for sharing.

    1. You give me so much joy with your authentic comment, Stephanie.
      You and your husband have just found a gem in this book.💎
      The best investment you can give your children is to get them exposed to money matters, debt management and wealth creation at a very early age – even 3 years is not young at all. Teach them to ‘bag the money!’💰
      You could also check out how my twin sibling and I turned out as explained in Crawl Outta Debt Now.

  3. This sounds like a fascinating book! It reminds me of a very prosperous wise old gentleman I once knew. He kept a tiny wooden box on his desk that said on the lid, “The secret to my success…”. When you opened the box, it was just a solid hinged block and on the inside layer were the words, “Hard work.” I always loved that little box and the fact that he always kept it on his desk as a reminder. Thanks so much for sharing your book review and linking with me.


    1. Oh, “hard work” it is. It reminds me of the first book published under the title “The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America’s Wealthy.”
      There is just something about wise old gentlemen and ladies.
      And yet, their secrets to wild success are habitual routines that anyone can copy – but we think ’tis a grueling task.
      Wealth is hidden in bare sight – we just have to seek it diligently, so that we pass it over to our children and children’s children like the wealthy gardener.
      Emma H