By Dan S. Kennedy with Lee Milteer
*A Book Review*
by Michael C. Gray
© 2021 by Michael C. Gray
Most of us have heard of "The one percent."
The top one percent of any population, including our population in the United States, are the very rich.
The next four percent of any population is prosperous. They are financially secure.
The next fifteen percent of any population makes a good living. This is the middle class and upper middle class.
The next sixty percent struggle financially endlessly.
The bottom twenty percent are broke.
No matter what government policies are for redistribution of wealth, the population settles out with close to this distribution.
How can you take action to avoid being in the bottom 80%, and possibly be in the top 5%?
According to author Dan Kennedy, the starting point is recognizing that the majority is always WRONG!
This doesn't have anything to do with morality. The people in the bottom 80% are mostly good, honest people who contribute to society and love their families and their neighbors.
This has to do with functionality.
To be in the top five percent, you have to not behave like the 95 percenters. You have to be a "renegade."
Dan Kennedy has coached more business owners to be multi-millionaires than anyone else. He has identified the characteristics and behaviors of those who have broken out of the 95 percent. In Renegade Millionaire, he reveals seven of them.
- - The Power of Organized Effort
- - Make Maximum Money
- - The Power of Big Ideas
- - Take Control of Your Time, Your Business, and Your Life
- - Accurate Thinking
- - Create a Competition-Free Zone
- - Invent Less, Implement More
This book includes the highlights of a seminar that I paid thousands of dollars to attend, so it's a bargain. It's also a model for a lead-generation piece leading to an invitation to join a Renegade Millionaire Mastermind group.
Do you want to find out what it takes to be a five percenter? Get a copy and study Renegade Millionaire.
Buy it on Amazon: Renegade Millionaire: 7 Secrets To Extreme Wealth, Autonomy, And Entrepreneurial Success.
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