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More than a Millionaire: Your Path to Wealth, Happiness, and a Purposeful Life--Starting Now! by Randy L. Thurman is a self-help financial planning and wealth building guide written by an author who once lost every penny he had in two swift trades. Having learned a tough lesson in the hardest possible way, Thurman has made it his mission to assist others on a path he initially had to forge himself. Broken down into four separate parts and sixteen chapters, Thurman's book fleshes out a strategy and provides solid advice on more than just making money...but also how to live richly with a happy outlook, regarding quality of life that surpasses the dollar figure determining your net worth.
Well written and easy to follow, More than a Millionaire by Randy L. Thurman is an excellent choice for readers who are either just starting out or are looking for something a bit different. As a novice, I found the debt to income ratio scale to be an excellent gauge, and the application of S.M.A.R.T. principles (Specific targets, Measurable action, Ardent desire, Realistic objectives, Time frame) to be a sensible, memorable goal-setting technique. My husband dog-eared the section on power habits. The best part in Thurman's book is that everything in it feels attainable. The advice is practical and his methods can actually be applied, which is important (although, sadly it's quite rare) in the genre of self-help finance. I'd recommend this book to anyone interested in becoming more than just a millionaire.