The book How To Get Rich by Donald Trump is a book that I enjoyed so much that I finished it within 2 and a half days.
Each chapter is only a few pages long and focused on a specific lesson or success principle. In one of the chapters of How To Get Rich, you get a glimpse in a week in the life of Donald Trump. Another fascinating thing about Donald Trump I learned is how much he values learning and education.
A big lesson that Donald Trump shares in the book, that he learned from his father, is how important it is to really understand what you do.
While there were a lot of pearls of wisdom in this book, a lot of it as well had stuff that was mainly self-promotion for Trump. Overall, How To Get Rich by Donald Trump was a good read and I recommend it to anyone on their path towards success. ABOUT STEFAN JAMESI'm a 7-figure internet entrepreneur and coach with a passion for living life to the fullest and fulfilling my potential as a human being. Hi Josef - I'm just getting ready for Celebrity Apprentice, but I'll check out the blog and contest in the next day or two. Trump University books are practical, simple primer on the basics of performing business the Trump way-successfully.
Given how often Donald Trump reminds us of his incredible accomplishments as a businessman, you might reasonably expect that his new book on “how to make America great again” would include a business plan. You know, an actual how-to with specific proposals, details, revenue projections, cost estimates, risk analyses, and, especially, how to get the Congress he denigrates to turn his ideas into law. Instead, all that buyers of Crippled America get for their $25 (retail) is a jumble of contradictions and thoughts that have not yet reached the half-baked stage. Crippled America is so badly organized, illogical, and filled with made-up facts that one wonders why Trump never said “you’re fired” to any of the 23 people he embarrasses by thanking them for their help stretching his lightweight thoughts to fill 193 small pages — mostly through the canny use of large type. In that same vein, Trump also praises the murderous Russian dictator and military aggressor Vladimir Putin, calling him the world’s only effective leader. But 32 pages later Trump writes “$9.6 billion could be saved” by ending the Rural Utilities Service program. Ask yourself how any competent businessman, much less Trump The Great, could be off by such a large factor. The book Crippled America is rife with contradictions like this, all of them indicative of the lack of rigorous analysis we could expect from a President Trump, who cites Woody Allen’s 1973 sci-fi parody Sleeper as a source. Much of the book is devoted to attacking journalists, especially those few Totos of the press who have pulled back the curtain on his Oz-like bluster.
Consider Trump’s writing on page 17 about his embarrassing responses to some smart questions asked by Hugh Hewitt, the studious right-wing radio talk show host. You can just imagine Trump in the White House, lost and confused, after Congress, some world leader (like Putin or Angela Merkel), or even the beheading bunch at ISIL refuse to follow Trump’s script.
My research assistant and I both ran checks through Nexis and Google, but could not find a single news clip that supports either of those statements.
The latest Quinnipiac University poll shows women flocking to Ben Carson, at least in Iowa, where they favor the retired doctor over Trump 33 percent to 13 percent.
Again and again, Trump claims that various falsehoods have been reported about him without providing any supporting detail or verifiable facts. People sometimes forget that the newspapers and television stations are profit-making businesses – or at least they’re trying to be. The reasonable question to ask Trump is whether his lifelong pursuit of profits has had any effect on his choices and his integrity. Making up attacks on journalists will play well with those who don’t actually read the news and harbor all sorts of negative opinions about the press — opinions which are themselves based on the opinions of people who profit from distorting the news, like Goldberg and the team at Murdoch’s Faux News. That’s not just bad math, its typical Trumponomics, in which sales pitches and wishes are all that matter and cold hard analysis does not exist.
The conservative Tax Foundation has pointed out that in the first decade federal revenues would fall by $12 trillion – more than a third of the currently expected stream of tax dollars.
My own calculations suggest that Trump would have the federal government spend at least $1.50 for each dollar of tax revenue.
Given Trump’s serial business bankruptcies and government-backed favors that forced others to relinquish some of their wealth to him, as documented from public records in various books including my 1992 book Temples of Chance, his debt repayment record should make taxpayers nervous, even terrified.
Trump also displays appalling ignorance of corporate taxation, probably because he generally organized his businesses as partnerships, often in which he was both the general partner and the majority limited partner to get the favorable accounting and tax treatment Congress bestows on such arrangements.
First, it’s closer to $5 trillion held offshore by non-financial companies, as my analysis of IRS and Federal Reserve reports showed last year.

He also proposes a 15 percent tax rate on business, which for privately held firms would cause enormous economic distortion as owners try to avoid his proposed 20 percent and 25 percent rates on income taken from those firms. Like his ultra low-budget campaign, Crippled America is not so much about making America great as it is about selling Trump The Magnificent, so he can get a new and more lucrative job as a television entertainer. There is a lesson in the meaning of the Trump candidacy: Ask not what Trump can do for your country, ask what you can do for Trump. Why am I not surprised that Donald Trump would write a book that essentially tries to scam readers of his book into believing in and maybe voting for him (those who are not really knowledgeable of the issues like David Cay Johnston); with his half-baked facts and contrived statistics and figures!!
Trump was correct on this point when he stated his opinion of the masses flooding across the Southern border.
So because you assert that past immigrants (who came her illegally) were somehow “bad”, that means we should accept rapists and murderers?? Trump’s TAJ MAHAL paid a $45,000 fine, to Christie’s game commission, because it ran illegal slot machines!
The successful bids for the nomination of the Republican party by candidates like Donald Trump and Dr. Please also provide links to the evidence of lying provided by each of the previous 7 investigation panels into Benghazi. Please also provide a link to the current Benghazi Commission’s declaration that they have evidence that Hillary lied about Benghazi. And please also provide links to actual legal action being taken by any branch of government against Hillary Clinton for lying about Benghazi. Start with a movie was the cause of the attack–even knowing that Al Queda was the power behind it.
Jim Hoft Dec 17th, 2015 9:08 am 53 Comments Last night businessman Donald Trump took time off from the campaign trail to visit with comedian Jimmy Kimmel. Comments that contain spam, advertising, vulgarity, threats of violence, racism, anti-Semitism, or personal or abusive attacks on other users may be removed and result in a ban.
Trump is a winner but he can also take a joke and people like those who can laugh at themselves.
Oh, I know that’s mild compared to what little kids know now-a-days compared to what we knew when we were their age. When Putin and Trump are through with ISIS, there isn’t going to be a piece of charcoal left. I guess kids can handle the putrid filth on tv, so everyone stop complaining about the smut and let’s all just race to the bottom. When the HORROR of Putin’s torture races across the fevered brows of ISIS imbeds, they will self-deport.
I looked up what books the Donald has written on Amazon and that didn’t show up, but for those of you interested, there are some Trump coloring books. All the corruption any child needs today can easily be found in pre-K thru 12th grade in government run schools or on the crap children’s TV channels or the internet at their fingertips.
The Obama administration and our Republican Congress has been nothing other than a total Nightmare.
Yes, Valerie Jarrett could read it to Obama at bedtime rather than the Koran and Rules for Radicals like she does now. Im sure that the kiddies are exposed to much worse, But if youre upset, slap Donald with your purse!
The Lefties will say this belongs in the cellar, But in all honesty–It could be a best seller! Project Life Mastery is a way for me to be a powerful and passionate example of the unlimited possibilities that life offers, while sharing ideas that can make a difference in your quality of life.
Written by leading professionals and with inspiring Foreword by Trump himself, these books introduce the smart business wisdom is illustrated with examples from Trump and other professionals of World. The book reads as if it were assembled from a lot of brief voice memos; to call it dictated would be an offense to that verb. To paraphrase Mel Brooks, it’s nice to be a dictator and not to have to deal with Congress, the courts, or a constitution. But then why would his lack of sophistication come as a surprise, given that his self-declared expertise lies in using journalists and other people’s money to get rich and get himself three wives with what he regards as good looks? Trump tried to fake his way through, only to establish that he couldn’t distinguish a Qud from a Kurd.
He does, however, make it clear that the only stories he finds reliable are those that accept as gospel whatever he says. Consider his all-upper-case assertion on page 14 about news coverage of his remarks that the Mexican government was sending rapists and murders to the United States.

But to Trump that is of no concern because facts are what he says they are, no matter the empirical evidence. He writes several times that he doesn’t mind being attacked, that he doesn’t use the press, but that he depends on the press — except when he never does. If they have to choose between honest reporting and making a profit, which choice do you think they will make?
We already have the answer to that question from his own sworn testimony about how he inflates his personal wealth — and in a finding by a federal judge, after a trial, that he cheated illegal immigrant workers in pursuit of profits. The annual budget deficit, which has come down sharply under President Obama, would soar to record highs.
This year the Obama administration will spend less than three cents more per dollar than taxes bring in.
What he intends, but does not say, is to let super rich Americans like himself escape taxes on the increased value of their fortunes, transferring it all free of tax to their heirs. By siphoning profits out of the country, multinational companies turn the burden of the corporate income tax into a profit center.
Combine his tax rate on business and repeal of the estate tax and you supercharge the fortunes of the already rich by shifting tax burdens on to everyone else, including those trying to work their way to riches.
He has demonstrated for sure that there is a vast audience of people short on critical thinking skills who just adore his brand of self-aggrandizing blather. Had the author spent two minutes checking the facts, he might have grasped that the acclaimed actor and director was damning him with faint praise. I think there are probably more feasible ways than a tall fence but nevertheless it needs to be closed. The Republican nomination process has deteriorated into a battle of the titan flimflammers!
Trumps Taj Mahal was used as a landing-pad for pterodactyls coming in from the fourth dimension…spread the word.
Carson highlight how low are expectations have dropped, and how easily it is to persuade so many fellow Americans to support the candidacies of people who are, clearly, unqualified for the most powerful Office in the world. As a privately owned website, we reserve the right to remove any comment and ban any user at any time. That you believe the Kimmel’s adult comedy skit on late night TV about a Trump children’s book is a real thing and that somehow the children are going to be corrupted by it? Also I think its insulting for Obama to go visit San Bernardino on his way to vacation in Hawaii. The program’s budget authority — what Congress provides from taxpayers — is less than $400 million.
It would probably be much worse than the estimate, since the Tax Foundation’s footnotes show it excluded many factors, in part because of vagaries in the Trump plan. Any rigorous analysis of Trump’s campaign promises, vague as they are, will show that he would plunge the nation into economic disaster.
The Bush campaign would not say what its plan was except for a few details designed to appeal to middle-class voters, and its online calculator only worked for incomes up to $100,000. By deferring the tax, the companies get a zero interest loan from Uncle Sam, which many of them then invest in Treasury bonds, forcing American taxpayers to pay them to defer their taxes — a system that takes from the many to enrich the multinationals.
In scamming people into investing in many of his half-baked projects – many that were never completed, or which went bankrupt in just a few years??? Those insignificant events hardly indicate a trend, nor presage the golden era of The Right you so fervently await, but, alas, can NEVER occur. Everyday there are killings, everyday they are committed by US citizens, so what’s the difference where they come from we are no better. Especially after the whistleblower said they were investigating the killers mosque and Obama said NO, its profiling. The fact that people like Trump and Carson are close to winning the nomination of the Republican party should give every one of us time to pause and reflect on what is happening.
Some do flee across the border to escape the oppression of the Drug cartels.and some just to find a better life,but many are what Trump called them, thieves and drug people.
How can a businessman with a questionable record, and a neurosurgeon with bizarre opinions rise to the level they have says more about our society, our values, our expectations, and our sense of responsibility than the idiocy that emanates from the charlatans that can’t help themselves when it comes to demonstrating their ignorance. I for one appreciate the fact that Trump is a down to earth person not a snobby elitist creep like so many of them.

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