8 Steps To Financial Freedom Finance App Review (iOS, Free)

  • Category: Finance
  • Publisher: DMBC
  • Updated: Apr, 29 2009
  • Version: 1.0
  • Size: 2.91 MB

Languages: English

Seller: Roger Lichfield

Customer Ratings

Current Version:
747 Ratings
All Versions:
747 Ratings


Many successful people have compared money and finances to a game. Just like any sport you may follow, the best at the game make the most money. It’s not always the most talented or naturally adept who make the most. In many cases, those with average ability outwork and outplay those with talent. Seriously, do you believe Donald Trump is the sharpest real estate guy around? He can’t even get the real estate on his head to look good. He simply understands the game, and outplays his competition.

The 8 Steps To Financial Freedom outlines the rules and shows you how to win at the game of achieving financial freedom.

Customer Reviews

  • A+

    by 1 50505 35 63

    Great advice. At least read over it.

  • Great info!

    by perikita

    Centainly broad but enough to push you to do your own research and get more educated about your finances... People don't like to hear that we will need to go back to our basics in the near future, we need to be more self-sufficient, food storage is very important for a number of reasons, there's nothing wrong on having a garden on your backyard, investing in metals is smart, I believe it too, this country can not back up all that money (or printed certificates) so a depreciation of our currency wouldn't surprise me either, we are all about CREDIT but that could change soon, I'm not an expert on finances but I try to learn something every day and as a Real Estate Broker I've seen enough people work a life time, be slaves of creditors and loose it all or struggle drastically mostly because of the financial moves the've made when if they would've done things different they could've been financially independent in their older years, It's nice to have a good job for a number of years and retire with a decent pension and live happily ever after but in reality how many people can accomplish that? We don't have to be millionaires to consider ourselves smart or successful but why not aim for financial freedom, peace of mind and be prepared for the bad times? Nothing is guarantied in life all we can do is to keep up the hard work, educate ourselves to make smart moves, prepare for the future and why not? Find joy in the things that life has to offer which most of the time are FREE... God bless us all!

  • Good information

    by trying to find a handle

    People need to educate themselfs on how the system works, especially the financial system. Now go all the way. chrismartenson.com "crash course"

  • Interesting

    by ulrich veldrujak

    Regaurdless if it's ligitimate information or not, it was fun to read.

  • Idiocracy in the app

    by DontCallAGeek!

    Do not take this guys advice. He says don't pay your mortgage, buy more silver. What an idiot. Mr. Obama is not going to pay off your debt. He will not put food on your table. And he will not get you off your couch and into a 100,000 dollar a year job. Only you can help you. Save some money to survive; get out of debt and stay out; save more money to live in case things get worse; payoff your home or save to buy one; plan for your families financial future; BUILD WEALTH. You have to work to get paid. See Dave Ramsey. He's got it figured out. Live like no one else.

  • Paranoid

    by jas42

    Maniacle banter. Ted Kaczynski wants his job back.

  • Avoid.

    by sammi9962

    I don't normally write reviews, but this app is a poorly written, vague and generally useless diatribe about how inflation is going to rob you of your money that you deserve; and that you should "get a gun" and stash your silver in your safe. Keen. I read the whole thing out of curiosity because I always read things involving finances but I gotta tell you to not bother with this nonsense.

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