This book is a solid explanation of why money is not, in and of itself, important. However, it discloses why without money life is filled with misery and mediocrity. There are some high-level strategies for how to get what you need. I only bought this on the solid recommendation of a friend, and I have not been disappointed.
Although this is an older book, it's a really good book that will open new doors for the reader and expand his/her awareness in the ability to manifest money from any number of channels. It's witty, clever and very enlightening. I have read it twice and enjoyed it quite a bit.
The book is the classical self-help book that claims to teach you how to get wealthy beyond reason easily and quickly. It starts well but after a few chapter is always the same thing: you must become an entrepreneur, have an unique idea and be ready to jump in the corporation-ocean with the sharks.
The "Wilde man" does it again, with another in-your-face, flippant book that tosses dogma to one side and makes you see how simple life's rules really are. He's outrageous, and probably intends to be, just to get you to step out of traditional drone-like ("tick tock") thinking and create your own life and realities. Something to offend everyone in this book (as usual), and something to break through the daily snooze and fracture your (unhealthy) complacency. If you are NOT willing to make uncomfortable (at first) changes, don't read Wilde. If you are willing to consider the outrageous, his books are a bargain too good to miss. His wit alone makes each of his books worthwhile. This one reveals the money game to be largely an internal quest for self-acceptance, and vitality, and points out that energy is what's valuable in today's society.
Do not waste your money on this book. Having read it I can only say it is rambling self righteous nonsense which is only garunteed to bore the reader of any intelligence! A book wrote by a known con man - his other books all claim knowledge from the 'inner worlds' only he can get into - his imagiation! Wilde travels the world charging massive prices for seminars that are drug dens in reality! Avoid!