Entrepreneur and author, Duane Harden has written an inspiring and engaging book that will help you fulfill your financial dreams. 5 Easy Steps to Financial Freedom: Do What You Love and Get Rich Doing It is an amazing book that provides an abundance of useful advice and worksheets to help you transform your life. It empowers you to take the necessary steps to move from the life you have to the life you want.
Written in an easy to understand, conversational, down-to-earth style, Harden's advice and worksheets will give you the tools to get you started on the right path. I've read other books about turning your passion into profit, but 5 Easy Steps to Financial Freedom is more than just an inspirational book to motivate you. The assignments help you focus on what is right for you, and that's because Harden has not only been there--he's still there, finding new ways to make his dreams a reality by taking advantage of his many years of experience. As you read along, you'll see he has strong, diverse portfolio, and he's eager for you to have that too. You'll find a 90-day action plan to get you started.
Some specifics that hit home for me are: being careful who you listen to; what kinds of people you need to surround yourself with; how to embrace fear and how performing an asset litmus test will help you past your fears; and how to leverage your assets to create more assets. This book also includes several appendices that share testimonials, compile all the life assignments included in the book into one place, share the keys of life and also provide multiple helpful resources--some of which I've already used.
It's obvious a great deal of thought went into 5 Easy Steps to Financial Freedom. Harden's book stands out from the crowd. I highly recommend it if you are considering going into business for yourself or if you're tired of working hard while others reap the benefits. This book could also be beneficial to those out of work and those looking for new opportunities.
I received a free paperback copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest opinion. I received no monetary compensation of any kind for this review.
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