Book Review: The Millionaire Next Door & The 7 Attributes of Millionaires

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In this episode, we talk about the book ‘The Millionaire Next Door’ and how you can embrace the seven traits of wealthy people to help you achieve financial freedom sooner than you think.

We also discuss what real wealth looks like beyond flashy cars and brand names, a unique formula to measure your success other than calculating net worth, and how to avoid the modern pitfalls derailing even the most disciplined investor. 

Enjoy the episode!


0:00 – Intro

6:18 – Financial Independence and the Importance of Controlling Investment Decisions

9:30 – Wealth Perceptions and Financial Independence

12:09 – Wealth, Stealth Wealth, and the Values behind It

15:17 – Investing and Wealth Building with a Focus on Personal Development

19:31 – Financial Independence and Successful Wealth-Building Strategies

24:23 – Wealth Formula and Financial Independence

Have you ever wondered what sets the rich apart? 

Not just the flashy celebrities or the business magnates we often hear about but the quiet millionaires who live next door, drive modest cars, and don’t wear designer labels. 

It’s not just about how much they earn but about their choices, attitude towards spending, and determination to control their financial destiny. 

Today, let’s open our eyes to some invaluable lessons from the iconic book, “The Millionaire Next Door.” 

In this article, I’ll walk you through some of the defining attributes of true millionaires, those who prioritise substance over show, so you can apply the principles to your journey towards genuine financial freedom.

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