If you purchased or borrowed this book intending to make a quick buck, you might as well return the book, in a hurry.
The book is a self-help guide to change your character and behavior rather than a get-rich scheme. Always remember, money is only a by-product of your success.
The first lesson in The Dhammapada (a collection of sayings of the Buddha) is “All that we are is the result of what we have thought: it is founded on our thoughts; it is made up of our thoughts.” (This is not in the book, but it is what the author intends). The author's goal is to sculpt the way the reader think, behave and act. His intention is not to make you a spiritual person, but rather to allow him or her to be successful in the material world.
The starting point of all achievements is desire, and with the right thinking, strong faith, right habits, and right discipline, you can make your desires come true. You are responsible for yourself. It is a lesson in being mindful and aware of your thoughts. You can’t allow negative or meandering emotions to derail you. The book discusses self-evaluation and taking inventory of one self. In the end, the right thoughts and right actions develop you personally. Whereby YOU put YOURSELF in a position to accomplish anything that your heart desires.