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[Following is a volunteer review of "The Employee Millionaire - Personal Workbook" by H. J. Chammas.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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The Employee Millionaire- Personal Workbook by H. J. Chammas is a self-help book that not only aims at financial empowerment for its readers, but also goes an extra mile to show how financial empowerment can be achieved through investing in real estate. Chammas' tips are basically personal opinions based on his individual experiences, while others are his mentors' advices. He has provided room for a reader to draw conclusions from other sources.

The book is structured into an introductory part, four chapters and the conclusion part. Each chapter addresses the author's various concerns, although they may simply complement each other by emphasizing the previous chapters. This has enabled it to create continuity in the book because a reader is able to connect each part of the book, leading to cohesion throughout the text. The inclusion of website links, where readers can download various materials or conduct more research, has added to the book's resourceful aspect.

Chammas challenges his readers to evaluate their current financial situations, and compare them to their desired goals or dreams. According to him, personal progress in life begins by making a choice. The author has also provided insight on why real estate investment is the best business investment. Some of these reasons are the ability of real estates to generate "unearned income" while appreciating in value at the same time. He also added that market changes in real estate investment are progressive and therefore, easily predictable.

There are work sheets and templates, which have also been included in the book. These have not only created an artistic deviation from the boring narrative technique, but also aided in comprehension of various topics discussed by the author. He has also provided formulae for calculating various types of income. Chammas echoes on the importance of team work in any investment. He advises that one must build a team, which will help him or her to implement a project. This team must be carefully selected, and here, he has distinguished between the pros amd cons of working with relatives, in contrast to working with non-relatives.

I liked the fact that Chammas did not present his ideas from an authoritative angle, but created a father-child relationship with his reader. I only found one grammatical error in the book and believe that the book was professionally edited. I, therefore, rate The Employee Millionaire- Personal Workbook by H. J. Chammas four out of four stars. I recommend it to any business person or real estate investors.

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This seems like an interesting and useful book. Thanks for the well-written review!

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26 Mar 2020, 09:37
This seems like an interesting and useful book. Thanks for the well-written review!
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Generally, people tend to shy away from real estate investment because of the notion of huge outlay of money. Your review helped me particulary to take a closer look at it. Good review!

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26 Mar 2020, 22:55
Generally, people tend to shy away from real estate investment because of the notion of huge outlay of money. Your review helped me particulary to take a closer look at it. Good review!
Absolutely true. I for one, had such a mentality until I read the book.
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Self-help books are a great way to get yourself on the right track. I hope this helps the suitable readers. Thanks for the review!
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Ekta Swarnkar wrote:
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Self-help books are a great way to get yourself on the right track. I hope this helps the suitable readers. Thanks for the review!
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This sounds like an approachable read that would help you to plan your investment strategy. Thanks for a well-written review!

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This sounds like an approachable read that would help you to plan your investment strategy. Thanks for a well-written review!
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Sounds like a useful book to have if you're interested in investments. I like the father-child tone that you mentioned but I don't think this book is for me. Lovely review though. Thanks!
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Sounds like a useful book to have if you're interested in investments. I like the father-child tone that you mentioned but I don't think this book is for me. Lovely review though. Thanks!
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This sounds as though it could be a good book for many people in the times that we are living in. Many of us find that our employers are only in the game for their profits and not to help their employees. We must take our financial freedom into our own hands.

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Carolreads30 wrote:
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This sounds as though it could be a good book for many people in the times that we are living in. Many of us find that our employers are only in the game for their profits and not to help their employees. We must take our financial freedom into our own hands.
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Real estate business is something that I am interested in, yet not involved in. Thanks for sharing your thoughts about this book and I would like to try it
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Real estate business is something that I am interested in, yet not involved in. Thanks for sharing your thoughts about this book and I would like to try it
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