Jason Fieber’s “The Dividend Mantra Way” book review

6 thoughts on “Jason Fieber’s “The Dividend Mantra Way” book review”

  1. That was a quick turnaround Steve! I need to get me one of these work from home jobs 😉 Although I do not think my path to financial independence will follow Jason’s, I still find great value in reading his blog regularly and enjoy the way he writes and his content. I’m not surprised at all by your positive review. Hopefully his lessons will reach more of the masses through this book!

    1. Won’t lie, the work-from-home thing is pretty much the greatest thing ever. Get your work done and you can design your day however you like. 🙂

      But yeah, I don’t think I’ll be a dividend investor the way that Jason is, investing in individual companies. I just don’t enjoy pouring through stock data and a bunch of numbers. However, I like reading about how this all works, at least from Jason’s perspective, and he put together a nice little book to describe the process.

      Hope all is well in your neck of the woods. 🙂

  2. Steve,

    Thanks so much for the review – both here and at Amazon. Much, much appreciated! 🙂

    Glad you enjoyed the book. I’m even more glad that you got the “essence” of it. It’s really less tactical and more motivational from a high level. I wanted it to be something that helped the reader ponder about life, happiness, and financial independence. What’s possible? What can we do to improve our lives? What makes us happy? And what’s stopping us from attaining what we really want? If I can do what I’ve done, why can’t the reader?

    I try never to be pushy with anything I do, instead choosing to show the results in real-time. I’d rather walk the walk than talk the talk. It’s far more effective. Glad that perspective came across in the book.

    Thanks again!

    Best regards.

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