I Will Teach You To Be high – Book Review
By: Ramit Sethi (2010)
Book Price: $15.95
Taught about being high
In this book, you can find out how to start with any amount of money and become wealthy.
Ramit Sethi is the founder and writer of iwillteachyoutoberich.com, which hosts over 250,000 readers every month. He is a recent graduate of Stanford University and a co-founder of PBwiki, an online collaboration company. He is a New York Times Bestselling author featured on ABC News, CNN, and Wall Street Journal, etc.
Learning to be high
Ramit Sethi presents 9 chapters to help readers to learn to be high. He shares on optimizing credit cards (Ch. 1), beating the edges (Ch. 2), investing (Ch. 3), conscious spending (Ch. 4), saving while you sleep (Ch. 5), the myth of financial skill (Ch. 6), picking a portfolio that will make you high (Ch. 7), optimizing finances (Ch. 8), and more.
Enjoy learning how money works
Ramit Sethi has a fresh style aimed at resourcing readers to enjoy the time of action of becoming high. He says, “use extravagantly on the things you love, and cut costs mercilessly on the things you don’t. This book isn’t about telling you to stop buying lattes. Instead, it’s about being able to truly use more on the things you love… “
Ramit employs points to deliver concise keys. Discussing credit cards and winning over debt, he shares, “The Six Commandments of Credit Cards… 1. Pay off your credit card regularly… 2. Get all fees waived on your card… 3. Negotiate a lower APR (annual percentage rate)… 4. Keep your cards for a long time and keep them active… “
The teaching that Ramit presents is punctuated with helpful hints as, “Online savings accounts let you earn dramatically more interest with lower hassle.” These hints add value to readers and keep interest high!
Potent headings as, “Investing is the single most effective way to get high” will inspire interest and include readers.
Sethi works hard to correct false concepts, as in frugal V’s cheap. He indicates, “… we confused frugality with cheapness… Frugality isn’t about cutting your spending on everything… It’s about making your own decisions…”
The allurement of Ramit Sethi’s teaching is his intermittent focus on benefits. He relays, “Unlike other people, who worry about money (because they never learned how it works), you get to focus on the things you love.”
Get high results
Ramit Sethi skillfully instructs readers to get high results while maintaining an engaging presentation of ideas.