Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on September 9, 2020
Morgan has crafted an incredibly relevant, enjoyable, and helpful book about the interplay between money and emotion, and how we all are affected by both. He tells an important story about the stories we tell; offering Kipling-esque advice about imposters like luck and skill, winning and losing, and of course, triumph and disaster.

There is just no way you can finish this quick read and not be a better spouse, parent, or provider for it.

If you are 20, read this and embrace every bit of it. When you are over 50, you will be so glad you did.

If you are 30, read this and markedly improve your perspective on the what and why of success and failure, and how you can minimize regret.

If you are 40, read this and make the tweaks that you can, there is still plenty of time.

Even if you are over 50 (which I now am) read this, learn what you could have done better, what you still can do better, and then buy a copy for your 20 year-old (as I am doing right now).
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