The Millionaire Messenger: Make a Difference and a Fortune Sharing Your Advice

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Brendon Burchard

Narrated By: Brendon Burchard

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Date: May 2011

Duration: 6 hours 12 minutes

Summary:

YOU CAN LIGHT THE WAY FOR OTHERS.In this game-changing book by Brendon Burchard, founder of Experts Academy, you'll discover: Your life story and experience have greater importance and market value than you probably ever dreamed.You are here to make a difference in this world. The best way to do that is to package your knowledge and advice (on any topic, in any industry) to help others succeed.You can get paid for sharing your advice and how-to information, and in the process you can build a lucrative business and a profoundly meaningful life.In The Millionaire Messenger, legendary expert trainer Brendon Burchard pulls back the curtains on the advice industry and shows you a simple 10-step plan for making an impact and an income with what you know. The lessons you've learned in life and business are about to become your greatest asset—and your greatest legacy.

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  • Jen Blumenthal

    This is a pretty good book that does a good job of making you believe that you can be successful in the expert industry, but some of the book is annoying. First, Brendan reads it himself and he's not a pro narrator so his words are sloppy a lot and the rhythm of his speech is choppy. Second, he really uses the term guru too loosely and flippantly. To me the term guru deserves some reverence, must be earned, and is given by someone else. Brendan uses it to mean the same as expert. Maybe the definitions of guru and expert are similar but to me they are different things. Maybe it's just me. And, Brendan says 'I'm not saying this to brag' every time he tells you how many millions of dollars he's made or how many thousands of people he's coached or how he and his friend (insert celebrity name here) have appeared on each other's stages. If you've had any online biz training at all you know he's seeding and positioning himself, but he does it a LOT and it's very annoying. So I probably would have gotten more out of the book if Brendan himself wasn't narrating it.