Title: Make More Money

Author: Karen McCreadie

Publisher: The Infinite Ideas Company Ltd, UK

Ratings: 4/5

Make More Money is a compilation of ideas extracted from the deep knowledge of four books namely – Think and Grow Rich, The Way to Wealth, The Richest Man in Babylon, and Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds. The lessons of these books are discussed in Make More Money by acknowledging the today’s business problems and rules.

This book has 100 short chapters. These chapters illustrate the significance of money management for business as well as personal purposes. These chapters offer the knowledge of practical tips which can help you at the best, provided that you implement. Few chapters have examples to make the reader understand the significance of the chapter.

The book holds the core knowledge, but it could have been written in a more interesting way. You may find it a little bit boring. The writing style isn’t that engaging. In few chapters, things aren’t explained in a précised way. Overall the book is good. Recommended reading once.


About the Author


Karen McCreadie

As an author, co-author and award-winning ghostwriter, Karen has several international bestsellers to her credit. She has written over 65 non-fiction books for business leaders, CEOs, entrepreneurs, international speakers and consultants as well as writing several of her own books including How to Write a Book in 33 Days.

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