Book Review: Money

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Money: Know More, Make More, Give More

– By Rob Moore

Book Review

Many of us are not financially literate. To most of us financial independence is an unachieveable concept. If Money is the game, most of us don’t even know the rules, so what is the chance of winning? If that is you and you have a desire for change, this book may be for you.

The author Rob Moore self titled the disruptive entrepreneur, has authored a number of best-selling financial books, and has built multiple million pound businesses. He co- founded the UK’s biggest property education company Progressive Property in 2006. Much of his business now is property and financial education. He therefore seems well positioned to speak on matters of wealth creation and the pursuit of financial independence.

Rob narrates the audio version himself, giving it an additional air of authenticity. Throughout this book he uses his personal stories to teach fundamental concepts

Who is it aimed at

This book is not aimed at savers. It is aimed at anyone who has ever thought of ways to increase their income, become self-employed or create a business. Essentially this book is for new age entrepreneurs.

I found this book to be very inspiring. Rob Moore explains the rules of the game, shares multiple simple tricks for managing money better, he details how to create a financial plan for an independent future and shows you how you can also become a millionaire.

If you already understand the complex world of finance and personal wealth creation this book may not be anything new. However, for ‘non-finance people’ such as myself, it rather concisely teaches what money is, how it has evolved, how it will likely change (cryptocurrency), how to make it, how to keep it, and what to do with it to sustain it. I found his teachings about leverage to be particularly useful.

The downsides to this book is that it is quite long with some repetition. Nonetheless, this is one of the most valuable books I have ever read, and thoroughly recommend it to everybody, especially ‘non-finance people’ wanting to know more.

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