MGTOW Building Wealth and Power: For Single Men Only by Tim Patton



MGTOW, Building Wealth and Power is both a celebration of modern masculinity and a practical guide to ensuring that men like us experience long-term contentment and have a better financial future. Inside this book are investing techniques that work; paying homage to the massive social movement of men which is ending entanglements and enhancing happiness through bachelorhood. This book features empowering insights on patriarchy, power, masculinity and the ancient secrets of creativity, as well as practical strategies for managing our money and building wealth. Also included are two campfire tales–for our ears only–that offer lessons on reorienting ourselves towards a more productive and enlightened existence.

Men are the most remarkable and innovative beings on Earth. We have harnessed every aspect of our world, from controlling fire to landing a space probe on a live comet. It is the author’s hope that this book inspires you to draw on this innate power and help yourselves to live a better life. There’s no doubt that each of us can tackle the goals we’ve dreamed of and longed for, but this is hard to achieve without taking certain steps. Throughout history, having sufficient resources–money–has allowed men to be free and powerful. Inside is encouragement for all of you to budget, save and invest.

Rating: 4 of 5 stars


MGTOW Building Wealth and Power: For Single Men Only, by Tim Patton, was well written; no grammatical errors that I could find. This book was clearly not meant for me. I read it out of curiosity, more than anything else. It explains MGTOW and helps men regain their masculinity in a world where feminists and other activists have the spotlight. It has some really great advice when it comes to money and wealth. However, being a married woman, this book wasn’t for me. I gave it 4 stars because it has an interesting message for single men, and some great advice when it comes to income.

Disclaimer: I was given a copy of the book to review by the author.

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