The top 10 distinctions between millionaires and the middle class by Keith Cameron Smith
Keith Smith claims that he wrote this book in one weekend, and boy does it show. Filled with ancedotal fluff and lacking any concrete references, to me it seems Keith wrote this book for personal theraputic reasons. The best feature of this book is that it requires less than an hour to read.
This is not say that Keith’s distinctions were necessarily bad. They may motivate people or get them back on the right track in life. But all of his distinctions were over-generalized common sense. It is as if he did no research at all and painted a rosey picture of how millionaires should behave, trying to convince his readers and himself at the same time.
This book was not worth the five dollars I paid for it. If you want to read it, go to your local library instead. Perhaps it will give you a spark of motivation, but there are much better books available on this subject.