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Jan 2, 2006 7:04 pm

Has anyone read this book:

Cultivating the Middle Class Millionaire - The latest from Russ Alan Prince

Looking for some feedback, also has anyone read anything really good lately pertaining to the business?  Looking for something good to read... I make it a point to read a book every few weeks...

Jan 2, 2006 7:06 pm

I make it a point to shower every week whether I want to or not. 

Jan 2, 2006 7:49 pm

[quote=joedabrkr]I make it a point to shower every week whether I want to or not.  [/quote]

Joe you are starting to sound like Rick.

Jan 2, 2006 8:04 pm

[quote=giff74]

[quote=joedabrkr]I make it a point to shower every week whether I want to or not.  [/quote]

Joe you are starting to sound like Rick.

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The difference being that Joe is licensed to do business.

Jan 2, 2006 8:22 pm

bankrep1:

Has anyone read this book:

Cultivating the Middle Class Millionaire - The latest from Russ Alan Prince

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I just finished reading that book this weekend. The main premise of the book is: what we think we know about our clients is different from what our clients think. The book's content is primarily taken from a survey of 1,417 millionaires and 512 financial advisors. The book is interesting and it opened my eyes to a few things. My copy has numerous highlighted passages (highlighting is my sign of a worthwhile purchase).

Jan 2, 2006 8:49 pm

[quote=Dirk Diggler][quote=giff74]

[quote=joedabrkr]I make it a point to shower every week whether I want to or not.  [/quote]

Joe you are starting to sound like Rick.

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The difference being that Joe is licensed to do business.

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I'm not taking snipes at Joe, I think he is actually a good guy. The post just sounded familiar.

Jan 2, 2006 8:51 pm

joedabrkr
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Joined: Dec. 04 2004
Location: Azerbaijan
Posts: 998

Hey Joe!  Two most posts and you turn into a pumpkin!!!

Seriously, can we throw a party when you hit 1,000?  Perhaps they will call you Exalted Member?!!!

Jan 2, 2006 8:59 pm

[quote=giff74][quote=Dirk Diggler][quote=giff74]

[quote=joedabrkr]I make it a point to shower every week whether I want to or not.  [/quote]

Joe you are starting to sound like Rick.

[/quote]

The difference being that Joe is licensed to do business.

[/quote]

I'm not taking snipes at Joe, I think he is actually a good guy. The post just sounded familiar.

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lol...I don't know if I should be amused that I'm the topic of discussion, or insulted at the comparison, or honored by it.

As for the shower comment, the one thing I suppose Rick and I have in common is a somewhat sarcastic sense of humor.

Jan 2, 2006 9:07 pm

Joe, I think you should be called “The Member”, since you will soon be in a posting class by yourself …

Jan 2, 2006 9:10 pm

Damn it, Joe…POST!!!  I want to see what they call you!!!

Jan 2, 2006 9:12 pm

[quote=Indyone]Joe, I think you should be called "The Member", since you will soon be in a posting class by yourself ...[/quote]

Dude....did you just call me a "member"?  Coz I'm not sure that's a compliment..... 

Jan 2, 2006 9:15 pm

Depends on the nature of the member, I suppose ...

What a disappointment...like waiting all night in the pumkin patch for the Great Pumpkin to rise...geez...how many posts do you have to make to hit that fourth star?!!!

Jan 3, 2006 8:41 pm

How about Ordinary People, Extraordinary Wealth by Ric Edelman.  Same premise.