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Rigging the Game, by Dan Nicholson, teaches you the operating system for achieving financial certainty, navigating risk, and making money on your terms.

In this book, you can expect to learn about:

  • The top 3 reasons why some entrepreneurs and small business owners seem to always win while others fall behind.
  • The 4 wealth commandments for achieving financial certainty.
  • The formula that plagues the anxieties of most business owners, and the solutions for eliminating them.
  • Why the solution of just doing more is the wrong answer to any business problem.
  • Why you should not run a (rat) race against yourself as a business owner.
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Over 200 5-star Reviews on Amazon

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This is a great read. I wish I had had access to books like this when I was young enough to get the most benefit from it. I am at the end of my life run and have arrived at the point I wanted to. A book like this would have helped me with some huge detours along the way and I may have gotten to my desired endpoint sooner. Closer rather than more should be a watchword for every entrepreneur. What use are all the toys off more more more if you leave a trail of wrecked lives in your wake.
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In my journey to build my own business from the ground up with zero experience I have been trying to educate myself with books, courses, mentors... and they all have great advice and help and I am constantly making progress BUT.... it felt like there were some things things missing in the concepts and or my own ability to execute a lot of this advice. Rigging The Game however, gives a lot of insight into the questions that are extremely valuable to ask so it's easier to work with yourself instead of just working towards "the grind" and essentially against yourself. I like the structure, the commandments, the explanations that are throughout this book and I most definitely feel like this work has some missing pieces that I needed!
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This was a great and fast read that provided me with a great path of understanding as to how I can be successful as I progress in my career and quite honestly, life itself. I started reading this book thinking that it would only provide me with steps to achieve financial success which can sometimes be quite boring in a traditional financial success book, but truly it provided me with the opportunity to look at myself and realize what items I need to take (and realize that I might fail along the way but that’s okay!) before I can start being successful in my financial journey. I would recommend this book to anyone who is just starting out in their career or entrepreneurship journey, or even someone like me who has been working for over half their life already but wants to make a significant change as this book will give you that motivational kick to get started!
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Dan Nicholson is a winner and is eager to share his secret to success with others. More importantly to me, Nicholson is also a rationalist with a strong affinity for solutions that make sense for everyone, and he includes concrete action plans that can be tailored and executed according to personal goals. Rigging the Game has several important points, including abolishing the idea that a “success mindset” determines your outcome. Chapter 8, “Certainty Commandment 4: Business Decisions should have Asymmetric Upside,” completely changed how I evaluate “acceptable risk.” Nicholson’s advice isn't necessarily revolutionary, but his communication method has a unique resonance. I plan to revisit Rigging the Game often and encourage others to try it.
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Rigging the Game translates into many more areas of life than just business. Provides many different ways to "rig your own game" and rethink and change your mindset on how to "win" by being yourself and without risking it all.
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Hear from graduates of Certified Certainty Advisors (CCA), and how they’re applying these principles to rig the game in their life and business.

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A message from the author, Dan Nicholson

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Are you a winner?

A question like this can make some people sit up a little straighter and exclaim, “You know it!” while others shy away from competition altogether.  If you’re an entrepreneur, you might not think you’re in a game of sorts, but you are.  For most of us who have entered the world of business, we all want to win - even if we don’t deem ourselves competitive.

Every day, month, or year can be reviewed as a win or loss, and for those who have endured the absolute struggles of running a business, working in one, losing one or being fired, you know it can often feel like gambling: excited but unpredictable.

You don’t have to be another failing statistic.  You can rise above.  You can be better.  You can win.  And while I want you to get revved up for what’s ahead, I also want you to remember one very important fact...

There is no way to win.  Success or “winning” is not that binary. Rather, the systems we will discuss are intended to get you closer to what you want without becoming someone else.

So if you’re ready to rig the game in your favor, let’s close the gap and open the door to possibility.

I'm Ready!