Entrepreneur, author, and the revolutionary “get rich slow” anti-guru, MJ DeMarco not long ago lived with his mother, mopped floors, and sought the dream like so many others: the dream to live free from bosses, free from 9-5 jobs, and free from life mediocrity. Through rigorous years of self-study, countless errors and failures, MJ uncovered the real essence of wealth, dreams, and was able to retire YOUNG in his thirties without sacrificing lifestyle. (Yes, he drinks Starbucks coffee, drives exotic cars, and rarely clips coupons! OMG!) He lives in beautiful Phoenix Arizona and enjoys traveling, dining, writing, softball, working out and obviously, has a fanatical passion for the Lamborghini marquee. Rumor has it, he doesn’t own a suit, nor a tie.

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  1. Larissa

    Awesome idea for a book! Can’t wait to read it!

    I live in Tukee too and I’m from Chicago. Yes, moved here too because of the yucky, depressing weather πŸ™‚

  2. bittu

    Respected Sir
    Mj DeMarco
    (Author, Entrepreneur, Revolutionary )

    SUB: “Unique Story’s”

    I say that I’ve written articles about Law of attraction, success, business management, money, knowledge, opportunity, love, happiness, spiritualism, Miracle, I.Q, trust, skill, science, sports etc topics.

    My stories are selected in some books as a co-editor. My stories are going to be considered in these seven books.

    1) “The Purpose Driven Life” – Rick Warren

    2) “Little Read Success Book” – Terrie Anderson

    3) “The Dr. Demartini Institute Book”

    4) “Sedona Training Administration Book” – Ben Bridgestone

    5) “Mojo Book” – Marshall Goldsmith

    6) “50 Success Classics Book” – Butler Bowdon

    7) “Energy Psychology” Dr. Fred Gallo

    I would like to send you a story on the topic selected by you. You may consider to publish in your book if you find it worth.

    “At present I’m making a Search Engine which a unique in this world”

    Happy New Year;

    Profound Regards

    Awaiting Reply

    Have a nice day;

    Yours Respectfully
    Bittu Gandhi
    (Writer, Record Holder, Columnist, Web Developer, Spiritualist )

  3. Wayne Victor Dennis

    YES… I just finished reading the book. GREAT information… well structured. As a 5-time author, patented inventor, and having National Geographic Channel produce a documentary “Money Factory” regarding an infamous and historical part of my life, I’m trying to contact MJ regarding a Joint Venture on some of my books (well sold thus far) and inventions from my extensive portfolio.

    It’s very difficult to meet a fellow entrepreneur, even in Fort Lauderdale, Florida (my home at the beach) LAND OF LAMBOS… 200 ft from my home is a Ferrari and Lambo showroom with these cars driven as daily errand vehicles.

    MJ… please call me at 954.565.8045 EST till midnight or write to me at waynevdennis@msn.com. Google my FULL name: Wayne Victor Dennis. I have many credentials that may amaze you.

    Thank you.


    Wayne Victor Dennis

  4. Alex

    Is there a chance we can get the book in Spanish here in South America? or can you ship it to Colombia? Amazon can’t πŸ™

      1. Liz Pearsons

        Hello, I work at Brilliance Audio (www.brillianceaudio.com), and I am interested in audio rights for your book. Please email me.

        Thank you!

  5. Mike STL

    I have had the Fastlane book for about 10 months now, and I feel it is a life changer. I don’t know the demographics of those who have purchased the book, but I would be willing to bet that I am among the older ones (late 40’s), who has done more than his share of slow-lane driving (with a dash of sidewalkin’). Being a Midwest youngster in the 70’s, there was nothing to witness outside of the blue-collar, ‘dollars for hours’ existence. In the eighties, it was much of the same. The only ones living large were junk bond brokers on Wall Street and ‘hair metal’ bands off of the Sunset Strip. Still, beyond the grasp of the average guy. And there was this Richard Branson guy starting to make a splash πŸ™‚ But I was never cognizant of the fact that there were people who have chosen a different path, until being ‘let go’ of a job that I had for about a decade. To make things worse, I was already in the process of completing a formal education late in life (yes, I had a moment of weakness…brain was still hard-wired to the old ways), and so at this point, I become buried in debt with no source of income. The typical trappings you speak of. I began to read (with my new abundance of free time) everything on money and success. I was discouraged by a guy (author’s name I can’t recall) who said that if you’re over 40, then your chances of any success are over. I have no choice but to reject that notion. I’ve read all of the ‘gurus’ (including the 4 hour guy), and finally came across the goldmine that is The Millionaire Fastlane. Though I have many obstacles in front of me, I am confident that I can put this knowledge and mindset to work. This material spoke to me and breathed life into an almost broken spirit. I have read hundreds of books in my lifetime, and the ones with real substance have brought me back twice. I’ve read the Fastlane five times. It is carrying me through my first stages of entrepreneurship, and for that, I cannot thank you enough. I feel like I have a second chance, and that’s all I can ask for. Though I am lumbering through the Slowlane as of this moment, I use the experience as fuel for my creative and innovative fire, and everyday is one step closer to crossing over to a self-sustaining life. Thanks again for sharing your brilliant observations. When I get that Winter pad in Scottsdale (visited in 2008 and loved it), I’ll have to buy you a beer.
    Best of luck on all of your future endeavors!

  6. William Ramirez

    Mj demarco u have change my whole life picture because of you i have a idea the will make a fastlane member and i dont know how to begin to make my idea work please help me u r the only one that can help me please

  7. Linda

    This is Linda from Grand China Publishing House which has published many wonderful works including Freakonomics by Steven Levitt & Stephen Dubner, What got you here won’t got you there by Marshall Goldsmith, True north by Bill George, Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand, Counselor by Ted Sorensen, Liebe dich selbst und es ist egal, wen du heiratest by Eva-Maria Zurhorst etc.

    We are very interested in your great work “The Millionaire Fastlane: Crack the Code to Wealth and Live Rich for a Lifetime”.I’m writing to check the Simplified Chinese rights is still available, and it’d be very kind of you to share with us more details about the book.

  8. Ed

    Hi MJ. Great book! I’m almost done with your book and wanted to say how true and relevant the material in this book is. I was fortunate to recieve a a business undergrad degree in finance, and masters in accounting, and even with all this education as you’ve mentioned, no one ever tells you that the predestined model is to be the cog in the wheel, but if you have a little bit of sense, it doesn’t take long to figure it out. Your model is great, and for those, including myself, who can overcome the great obstacle of becoming event oriented, to more process oriented, stand a betrer chance of joining the fastlane. In saying that, I like that your book talks a great deal about scale, magnitude, and free education by utilizing the library and all other educational material you can get your hands on. I am a disciple of this practice. Can you give me a few recommendations of books youve read that were educational to you in regards to search engine optimization, coding, ecommerce, cracking codes of distribution channels, and anything else you may recommend? The financial content of your book, for me, was easy to grasp. Tackling the new age of internet/ecommerce to reach the masses no doubt requires much more technological savy than your average Joe. This is where I’m looking to gain more knowledge. Thanks for a great book!

    1. MJ DeMarco Post author

      My recommended books are located at the bottom of my forum. The best advice for SEO is often the internet, not books. (Books take too long to product, hence, the info is usually dated.)
      Thanks for stopping by and sharing your story!

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  10. Hulices Iglesias

    Hello Mj, my name is Hulices and im 15 years old. I have the millionaire fastlane book and I am loving every single page ive read so far (still reading). My dream is to be a entrepreneur just like you and take the fastlane. You’re my biggest inspiration.

    Thank you!

  11. Clinton Skakun

    MJ, I’m a long time fan of you and your book. Like the many that have read your book I’m also on road to building an online business.

    I would like to have a brief interview of you on my blog. Just via email. I’m not sure if you have time or would be interested. But I would really love to have you featured on my blog.


  12. Rex Springfield

    I’ve just completed the ‘fast lane’ audiobook while driving and I would say it was the best I’ve ever heard and truly informally entertaining! I’ve already heard same kind of audiobooks but preaching the best of the slow lane and even a workaholic mentality – work work work, get into the office early and leave late OMG! ‘Cant blame them though as they are aged millionaires who grew up in the industrial age thus preaching an old school get rich method. De Marco’s fast lane is the best, dated to information age, vibrant, super active and in high definition! Thank you so much… ‘got to leave the false promise of slow lane now and seek for the fast lane. πŸ™‚

  13. Jero C

    MJ, read your book and loved it. If you are interested in translating your book to spanish, please contact me. I’ve tried writing to you on fastlane forum and linkedin but for obvious reasons strangers cannot write to your inbox.

  14. Samson Wahab

    The book is highly interesting and an eye opener for most of us that are tied to the rat race exchanging our time for pay checks. I have started sharing some of the quotes and some informative ideas that would transform lives with my team and social media followers.
    My blog discussions will be formed round most of ur teachings to assist our teeming youths in changing their mindsets so as to be able to channel those youthful energy to positive use instead of engaging in internet frauds.

  15. Barry Michael Doyle

    Ah I really love your books MJ! Can’t believe you’ve got this random little site here running on the side?

    I wrote a little review for UNSCRIPTED over on my website over here.

    I’m just getting started on my ventures. Busy building an audience where I provide them with a lot of value around teaching them to program using newer technologies (currently focused on React & React Native). You books have helped me develop a vision and plan to growth and scaling!

    Here’s my review: https://wp.me/p8OEbT-1H


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