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Money Master The Game Summary & Review | Tony Robbins

Money master the game book is to empower individual investors while simultaneously helping those who have slipped through the cracks or been left behind by society. The guidance provided within this book pages is the result of unprecedented access to the leading minds in the financial world.

Money Master the Game By Tony Robbins

Money Master the Game Summary | Tony Robbins
Money Master the Game Summary

Author says we’ve all seen how money can have the power to create or the power to destroy. It can fund a dream or start a war. You can provide money as a gift or wield it as a weapon. It can be used as an expression of your spirit, your creativity, your ideas—or your frustration, your anger, your hate.

Book : Money Master the Game

Author : Tony Robbins

Money Master the Game Summary & Review

How you deal with money reflects how you deal with power. Is it an affliction or a blessing? A game or a burden?

Money master the game book isn’t just about adding value—it’s really about how to go from where you are today to where you truly want to be, whether that’s financially secure, independent, or free.

Whether you want to live like the 1% or just have the peace of mind from knowing that you won’t outlive your savings, the truth is you can always find a way to make the money you need.

Author says you and I both know that world is over. We live longer now on less money. New technologies keep coming online, stoking a system that often seems designed to separate us from our money instead of helping us grow it.

Financial Freedom

Author says Financial Freedom would mean you’re independent, you’ve got everything you have today, plus two or three significant luxuries you want in the future, and you don’t have to work to pay for them either.

Author says money is one of the ways we can turn the dreams we have into the reality we live. Without enough money, or a true scarcity of it, life can feel miserable. But when you have money in your pocket, does everything automatically get better?

Money is simply a vehicle for trying to meet our needs, and not just our financial needs. Much of our life is guided by the beliefs we develop over the course of time; the story we create about what life’s about, how we’re supposed to be, what we’re supposed to do or give.

Author says the goal here is to enable you to step off the nine-to five conveyor belt and walk the path to financial freedom. The way to start off on that path is to make this simple decision and begin to tap into the unmatched power of compounding. And the great thing about this decision is that you get to make it. You!


The secret to living is giving. Life’s not about me; it’s about we. Think about it: What’s the first thing you do when you get good or exciting news? You call somebody you love and share it. Sharing enhances everything you experience.

Life is really about creating meaning. And meaning does not come from what you get, it comes from what you give.

Author says there is nothing more significant than growing and giving. So while money is an extraordinary vehicle to meet many of our six needs, it’s not the only one. When you are pursuing money, don’t forget why you are pursuing it.

The Pinnacle

Author says the core concept of successful investing is simple: Grow your savings to a point at which the interest from your investments will generate enough income to support your lifestyle without having to work.

This simply means that you don’t have to work anymore—unless you choose to—because the interest and growth being generated by your account gives you the income you need for your life.

The goal is to stay on top of the mountain as long as we can. To take in the views and breathe in the fresh air of freedom and accomplishment. There will be many hurdles, obstacles, and, if you’re not alert, even lies, that will prevent you from reaching the peak.

You can Play only Your Own Hand

Author says you create a plan that meets your needs, that works for you, and you stick to it. That’s success, plain and simple. If you’re scrambling, constantly competing with others’ views of success or financial independence and trying to achieve an elusive goal, you’re going to fall behind and become frustrated. If you’re chasing someone else’s goal, you also lose.

The race of life is a marathon, not a sprint. The only thing to do is focus on the path in front of you. Look ahead. Establish your own pace. Keep moving forward.

The power of compounding, what seems impossible becomes possible. Right now, whether you love your financial plan or hate it, or whether you’re excited or afraid, let’s make it stronger together.

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