An enjoyable read with some good life lessons regardless of whether you’ve made it to a million yet or not. This book helps us approach our success with humility as a way to express gratitude for the part of our success that didn’t have anything to do with what we’ve actually done.
Like this quote:
Personalizing successes sets people up for disastrous failure. They begin to treat the success as a personal reflection rather than the result of capitalizing on a good opportunity, being at the right place at the right time or even being just plain lucky.
The high from “being right” the market and making all that money is unbelievable. It cannot be duplicated with drugs. You are totally invincible. You are impervious to all pain. There’s nothing bad in the world.
It reminds me of another of my favorite books (The Four Agreements) that reminds us not to take any of life personally because it’s not personal.