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I Will Teach You to Be Rich

Lu par : Ramit Sethi
Durée : 9 h et 4 min
4.5 out of 5 stars (9 notations)
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At last, for a generation that's materially ambitious yet financially clueless comes I Will Teach You To Be Rich, Ramit Sethi's six-week personal finance program for 20-to-35-year-olds. A completely practical approach delivered with a nonjudgmental style that makes readers want to do what Sethi says, it is based around the four pillars of personal finance - banking, saving, budgeting, and investing - and the wealth-building ideas of personal entrepreneurship.
©2009 Ramit Sethi (P)2009 Recorded Books, LLC

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La gestion financière simple et efficace

Philosophie très utile sur l'organisation des comptes bancaires, l'approche de l'investissement et le financement des projets de vie. Must read.

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  • Global
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  • Erica
  • 08/03/2011

Behavioral approach to money sets this book apart

I LOVE Ramit Sethi. His style is irreverent and occasionally obnoxious but hysterically funny and deeply influential. Ramit's emphasis on behavior and his back ground in psychology is what sets this book apart from the average personal finance book. I was convinced that this was one of the best books out there by the 4th chapter but the last chapter "A Rich Life" blew my mind. More than just money management strategies this chapter dealt with the real value of money, what it takes for you to feel rich, how to handle money issues in relationship, and negotiation strategies for anything from buying a car to getting a raise. I would recommend buying the text version as well if you like what you hear but you can get the bulk of the message with the audio version.

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  • haqtech
  • 19/12/2014

Good book to start in your 20s but light

the content is good, in fact, I'll give it as a present to friends that just graduated from college. Now, if you are in your 30s, 40s, etc... and you have already read other marvelous books like "The Millionaire Next Door" or you already have a decent personal finance background, I think this book adds little value. thx.

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  • Elizabeth
  • 27/06/2014

Inspired Me to Overhaul My Personal Finances

If you could sum up I Will Teach You to Be Rich in three words, what would they be?

I got this book on a whim (even though the title made it seem kind of dumb) and I'm glad I did. It's the first book I'd ever read on personal finance and Ramit's good advice and fun approach motivated me to make some serious financial changes. Now I'm tracking my finances, I started high-interest online checkings and savings accounts, I got a credit card, and I'm going to be opening a Roth IRA. I didn't agree completely with everything he said (I kind of balked at his advice about salary negotiation and I ended up picking a different bank for my savings account than the one he recommended), but his personal finance strategies are great and it was fun to listen to him.

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  • Brandon
  • 01/09/2010

great advice

Technically you could find all of this information for free elsewhere, but Sethi very clearly, very entertainingly and very practically gives tons of advice on how best to automate your money to go to the right investment accounts, what you should look out for and what you should avoid. In a similar vein to the "Four-Hour Workweek," Sethi trains you on developing habits for looking at investments and expenses that stick with you after you've accomplished his weekly action lists.

Although I enjoyed this audio recording, I might recommend getting a printed version because there's a lot of information you'll need to reference at later times.

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  • Ben
  • 25/03/2010

This book changed my life

i purchased the paper book 6 months ago and it completely changed my financial life, i also purchased this audio book about a week ago and it was great listening to Ramit read his own book i also listen to chapters frequently when i need inspiration or a refresh. his blog by the same name is also a daily read now too
Great work Ramit

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  • DangerD
  • 10/02/2015

Very Insightful

I'm a bit outside of target age, but did begin investing within that range. Author enlightened me in several areas that will still benefit me going forward. Great info. I would highly recommend to the targeted age, but there is much for others. I feel I'm a bit more security conscience than the author portrayed, and would weigh some advice more so from that perspective, but that does not take away from the central thought of this book. Well done!

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  • leif
  • 17/11/2013

Great if u live in the USA, don't buy it u don't

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

If you live in the States it is a great book, but 90% of it does not apply if you live outside the US.

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  • Dusty
  • 23/09/2010

The content is much better than the title

This book was recommended to me twice by two different friends. I was skeptical of its value due to the cheesy title, but apparently you can't judge a book by the cover. I really liked this book.

This is not a detailed financial book, it is a very practical "this is the bare minimum you should be doing, and here's how you do it" book. Which for me, was a perfect starting point. I used a lot of Ramit's advice.

If you're young and just getting started with *really* managing your finances, this is your book.

I bought the audio book and half way through bought the paper back book so I'd have quick reference to the resources Ramit frequently cites.

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  • G
  • 02/08/2010

Excellent book to plan out your personal finances.

This is a no-nonsense book written by a normal person who knows what he's talking about. There are many opinions that might seem counter to the mainstream, but with a lot of truth. I have internalized many concepts from here and I'm already putting them in practice, and telling everyone some of the great concepts in here. I've read several books about personal finance, but this one is my favorite so far. Very accessible.

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  • Ben
  • 07/03/2013

A good book on how to save money

What did you like best about I Will Teach You to Be Rich? What did you like least?

+ Ramit Sethi explains his concepts with an appealing, if oddball kind of humor. Which is perfect for 20 to 30-somethings interested in learning how to save money.

- A large portion of the book is focused on concepts that do not apply on Europeans. ( such as credit score )

What was one of the most memorable moments of I Will Teach You to Be Rich?

He explains that you should always be looking for angles and be willing to negotiate and gives you examples on how to achieve this.

What does Ramit Sethi bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

The way he explains the concepts by introducing stories or anecdotes is best heard, not read.

Was I Will Teach You to Be Rich worth the listening time?

If you are American, I can see how it is interesting to listen to this audiobook. For Europeans however, I would skip it, since there are a lot of concepts that simply do not apply.

The book won't teach you how to be reach ( Ramit Sethi is mostly teaching himself to be rich by writing these kind of clever titled books / blogs ) but it is a good introduction for those who are interested in handling their money in a more responsible, structured way.

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  • Georg Tomitsch
  • 07/01/2011

Gute Ideen, beschränkter Nutzen

Der Autor hat einige gute Ideen um unnötige Kosten zu sparen und konstruiert ein automatisiertes Schema, das, wenn man sich daran hält, längerfristig Geld vermehrt anstatt Schulden anzuhäufen. Leider sind viele der praktischen Tipps auf Amerika bezogen und nicht direkt im deutschsprachigen Raum anzuwenden.

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  • Ewa
  • 03/07/2018

Only for Americans

only useful for Americans not for Europeans. He speaks about credit cards with good conditions etc. not practical in the EU

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  • R
  • 17/03/2019

Very basic but useful for beginners

If you live in the US, are young, and know relatively little about managing your finances and investing, this is a great introductory book. The investment section is quite basic but will work just fine for people who don’t have the capability or time to pursue strategies other than broadly diversified index investing / dollar cost averaging. Again, that’s probably the right approach for most people. Those who have sufficient capability and time may want to go with other approaches (active investing).