Sales Pitch? We Don't Need No Stinking Sales Pitch! Here's the Ball-Busting Truth!
These Aren't The Droids You're Looking For.
Ok, so I'll spare you the drama of a sales pitch.
Here's the scoop plain and simple: If you ever want a chance at becoming a millionaire (and doing it while you're still young) you need to give my book a read.
Thousands of people have bought it and agree.
While I don't need your ten bucks (and Ill prove that to you later) I'm really trying to change your life.
Seriously— no shitting.
This book is packed with information and extremely well written. I have read most of the seminal works on how to create wealth and build businesses, and most of them are great at one aspect or another, but few are as comprehensive as Fastlane.
Tired of Gurus? Join the Club.
As for myself, I'm an ENTREPRENEUR first and and AUTHOR second. I became a millionaire by age 31. Several years later, I sold my company (for the 2nd time around) for a multimillion dollar cash valuation and *unofficially* retired.
And look here to your left; no success story ringing of GURUness is ever complete until we can throw-in a tacky picture of me standing next to a sports car. While that might impress the ladies over at Match.com, I don't expect it court much favor with such a cynic like yourself. Your concerns are valid.
Anyhow, what's important is this: Every morning I wake up and do whatever the hell I want. I have no job. No alarm clock. No boss. No mortgage. No car payment. No bills. (Well, the electric bill needs to be paid because I like it cold, especially during the Phoenix summer.)
I have what every cubicle grinding person wants... financial freedom which ultimately translates into REAL FREEDOM.
However, as any young person who comes into a little money will tell you, retirement is great initially, but eventually it gets excruciatingly boring. Yes, even Lamborghinis get old.
At that point, I decided to write The Millionaire Fastlane for (3) reasons...
- It's always been my dream to write a book. (Yea, who cares right?)
- Most "gurus" aren't millionaires at all and if you're gonna take money advice from someone, shouldn't that be important? (That video they shot from their 1 bedroom apartment should have given you a clue, don't ya think?)
- I thought it was time for the truth to be told: I literally gag everytime I hear a financial guru piss, err, I mean preach, about how clipping coupons, investing in the stock market, and “do what you love” makes millionaires.
Give me a f*cking break.
You deserve better.
This is by far the best book ever written on the subject, better than Rich Dad Poor Dad, better than Think and Grow Rich, better than any book by Donald Trump, this book breaks it down. Believe the hype!
The Truth Be Told...
Here's the truth any millionaire under 35, including myself, will tell you: Millionaire wealth has NOTHING to do with the stock market, it has NOTHING to do with clipping coupons, and it has NOTHING to do with a great job and a 401(k).
C'mom man, think about it.
Have you ever met a millionaire in his 20s or 30s who got rich because he clipped coupons and had an awesome 401(k)?
I know, wholesale absurdity.
If you want to create the type of wealth that will change your life (I'm talking about $100,000+/per month here, not the typical guru swan song “make 10K a month” crap— big fucking deal) you truly have to ditch the freaking 9-5, tear up the old plan, and get kicking on a new roadmap— I call it “Fastlane Entrepreneurship”.
There's moments in your life where a light bulb just seems to turn on, a switch just seems to flip. If you're looking to induce once of these, look no further than this book. This is by far the BEST business book written hands down.
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The Fastlane philosophy goes beyond just business and finance: It's a lifestyle and a mindset. Fastlaners are a small, but tightly connected group bound by a common purpose: To create value on a worldwide scale while creating personal wealth along the journey.
It's truly a process where you will discover that “living the dream” happens instantaneously.
Not only does my book explain the details, more importantly, it explains why your current "Slowlane" road (jobs, stock market investing, mindless scrimp-and-save, etc.) is nothing more but a lifelong condemnation into the prison of mediocrity.
Some warnings: If you're expecting a book full of blue-skies, fairy tales and unicorns (ya know, shit like "do what you love!" or "follow your passion!") you're going to be disappointed— save your money. That crap sells books, but it doesn't make millionaires.
Additionally, the front half of my book is likely to have you crying for mercy since it covers your piss-poor decision-making and your wannabe millionaire lifestyle— all of which are 1st class tickets straight into poverty— regardless of how much money you make. (Yea, that pro athelete that just filed bankruptcy? Ten bucks spent on Fastlane and it would have saved him a fortune, and it will you too.)
So.... that said, I want to tell you that financial freedom is something that cannot be explained or described on some random webpage— it's truly a dream where you never wake up.
I'd love for you to join me and other dedicated Fastlaners who have resurrected their dreams and taken the leap from indentured employee to liberated entrepreneur. Strap yourself in— the journey won't be easy but it won't be crowded like the 7AM morning commute.
And hey, if you're really feeling charitable, here's an added benefit that would help me immensely: If you buy Fastlane, you give me the awesome chance at telling mainstream publishers "f*ck you" -- The Millionaire Fastlane has sold tens of thousands of copies worldwide and is being translated into multiple languages -- despite it's success, no publisher would touch it.
Gee, I wonder why?
Henceforth in my Shakespearean tone, I hath bequeath to you The Millionaire Fastlane.
From ex-NFL football players, to ex-cons, to ex-cubicle warriors; thousands have "ditched and switched" Slowlane for Fastlane -- make the move today and maybe tomorrow we can meet on the beach and share one of those fat umbrella drinks.
I know I know... so cliche.
This book is simply the best entrepreneurial book I have ever read. This book needs to come with some type of warning on the cover. Something to the effect of “Warning, reading this book is hazardous to your job”.
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This is a no nonsense in-your-face reality of what it takes to accomplish your dreams and live the lifestyle most only dream about. Hands down, it's the best business book I've read (and I've read all the classics!)
The 3 Financial Roadmaps for Wealth
The Sidewalk*Sidewalk (Sidh-wahlk; noun): A financial plan that does not exist in concept or form, but exists in mindset, usually in the form of welfare, lottery tickets, casino gambling, and other various forms of "get rich quick" actions. Sidewalkers are event-driven and seek the quick-n-easy in any endeavor. Motivated by instant gratification and culturally plugged-in, Sidewalkers sacrifice their future for a pleasurable now, resulting in little to no net worth.
The Slowlane*Slowlane (Slo-layn; noun): A dogmatic financial plan based on the fatal presumption that 40 to 50 years of gainful employment circumscribed by frugal living, tortuous saving, and regimented stock market investing, will somehow make you a millionaire. Slowlaners often lead a life of mediocrity imprisoned by a regime of doctrines espoused and preached by famous authors and radio pesonalities. Slowlaners sacrifice their today, for the promise of a freer tomorrow.
The Fastlane*Fastlane (Fahst-layn; noun): An entreprising financial plan based on leveraged entrepreneurship that creates extraordinary incomes and asset values in short periods of time, circumscribed by the (5) Fastlane Commandments of Need, Entry, Control, Scale, and Time. Fastlaners are process-driven recognizing that positive events are by-products of that process. Fastlaners consider their time their most precious asset, not worthy of prostitution for a paycheck.
I'm confident if someone reads this book and implements what MJ teaches, you'll be wealthy. The game is easy. The problem is, most people decide to sit the whole game out, or play their whole life by the wrong rules.
Isn't It Time for Your Napkin?
Give a Fastlane Entrepreneur a napkin n and idea he'll turn into a million bucks. Give it to anyone else and he'll wipe his face with it.— MJ DeMarco (@MJDeMarco) February 16, 2013
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Reader Raves and Reviews
By the way, if you haven't read Millionaire Fast Lane by @MJDeMarco you are truly missing out!!! It will flip your perspective— Kayla Gilman (@kaylagilman) March 8, 2014
The Millionaire Fastlane might be the best book IÕve ever read. @mjdemarco— Andy Bowsers (@AndyBowsers) October 31, 2012
Rereading @mjdemarco 's "Millionaire Fastlane" because its powerful! I've frankly not read a finance book who's lessons were so clear!— SelfHelpJunkie (@Self_HelpJunkie) October 10, 2012
@mjdemarco :) reading your book as we tweet! It's easily the best book I've read all year. Thank you!— Carly Benson (@C2thaBeatz) October 4, 2012
Loving The Millionaire Fastlane by @mjdemarco - brilliant business wisdom peppered with a few sweary words! Read it!— Anna Louise Simpson (@themamapreneur) January 22, 2013
@mjdemarco Congrats on reaching the 1000 review mark. Millionaire Fastlane is a terrific read!— Joe Marin (@josephmarin) June 7, 2012
@mjdemarco Hey MJ - thanks for the follow. Awesome book! Wish I had it a long time ago. Glad I found it. Truly inspiring and life changing!— Dan Schumann (@dsch01) July 2, 2012
@mjdemarco I love love love your book!! Should be a "must read" for all entrepreneurs!! Thanks for taking time off retirement to write it!!— Nicole S. Cooper (@nicolescooper) November 22, 2012
If you ask me to recommend a book, or which is My all time favorite? The fast lane millionaire by @mjdemarco— ricardo angarica (@mrrick01) May 28, 2012
@mjdemarco "Millionaire Fastlane" by MJ Demarco is THE most honest and direct commentary & instruction on entrepreneurship I have read.— Vlad Soriano (@VladSoriano) November 5, 2012
@mjdemarco Really enjoyed your book. Truly one of the best business books IÕve ever read.— Phil Reese (@PJREESE) August 2, 2012
Hey @mjdemarco wanted to say how your book inspired me to join the Fastlane. I just made in a week what I used to make in a month. Thank you— Pier Falcomer (@pierfalcomer) October 26, 2012
@MJDeMarco Just placed my order, excited to read it again! Great stuff MJ, changes your perspective of just about everything.— Danny Hamilton (@djhamilton12) March 4, 2014
@mjdemarco I recommend this book to EVERYONE.Waiting on your next! Appreciate your frankness— Crystal Wells (@ILoveMeMovement) June 13, 2012
@mjdemarco Your book created such a paradigm shift in how I think about success that it a pleasure to recommend it! Paying it forward!— Eva Baez (@EvaBaez) September 22, 2012
@mjdemarco listening to your book is blowing my mind and I am not yet in the fastlane section of the book!— Owen McGab Enaohwo (@HYVAssistant) June 25, 2012
@mjdemarco my father and brother read your book and urged me to do the same! At 21 yo, I feel like I'm listening to an older me! Thanks!— Tony Koch (@TonyNevada1) November 15, 2012
@mjdemarco millionaire fastlane is da bomb. I can confirm to u its a threat to other 'guru's work, if they're not after you already?— Shegz (@enujowo) July 26, 2012
@mjdemarco Amazing book buddy! Way to teach these authors how to do it right! This economy needs more people like you.— JT Tapias (@PhatBodyCoach) October 30, 2012
@mjdemarco I wish you had written your book YEARS sooner— William Dixon (@imphocused) January 7, 2013
Wow wow wow! The Millionaire Fastlane by MJ DeMarco is an amazing book and it has opened my eyes to one point. Time is limited 24h/day!— Olaf Gehrke (@Entrepreneur_87) January 28, 2013
@kcjames55 have you read "The Millionaire Fastlane" .. Greatest book of all time— Joey Ahern (@Joey_Ahern) February 5, 2013
@mjdemarco MJ I got your book and I can't put it down!— Jose Reyna (@chipsorveggies) February 12, 2013
@mjdemarco read your book.Best thing i have read in a long time.Pratical and useful information.I hope you have continued success!— Bret Smith (@BretPSmith) February 13, 2013
@mjdemarco Hi MJ!! I just finished your book and totally love it. Going to read it all again this time taking notes. THANK YOU!!!— JacquelineSinfield (@JSinfield) April 24, 2013
@MJDeMarco love the book. really resonates with my own 7+ years of entrepreneurial experience— Justin Chen (@TwoBitJustin) September 26, 2013
@MJDeMarco MJ, you are the most arrogantly correct author I've read so far. Thank you for speaking the truth. Best from Berlin!— Roma Karasyov (@throughtheday) February 7, 2014