I just finished reading Tony Robbins’ book Unshakeable and found it to be useful, but not for its intended purpose. Much of the monetary advice given is very philosophical or strategic, without tactical steps from Ben to implement. I have a hardcover of Money: Master the Game, so I will have to read this to get a better feel if Mr. Robbins has more actionable advice. I found JL Collins and William Bernstein to have better tactical advice with regard to investing…unless you want to leave your financial planning up to Creative Planning.
The final chapter did have checklists which focused more on being grateful and having a positive, beautiful outlook on life and how this is more crucial than financial wealth. I’m still going to save and invest, but some of these passages remind me to think of other people and their struggles when I get upset.
Each day we are blessed to get up in the morning and get after it.