In the book Millionaire Fastlane, “fastlane” businesses are defined as businesses that are designed to generate wealth quickly and efficiently. They are characterized by their focus on innovation, growth, and scalability, and their ability to generate passive income streams.

Written by entrepreneur and investor MJ DeMarco who challenges the conventional notion of achieving wealth through slow, steady savings and investments. Instead, he argues that true wealth can only be achieved through entrepreneurship and taking calculated risks.

DeMarco divides wealth-building strategies into three lanes: the Slowlane, the Fastlane, and the Sidewalk. The Slowlane is the traditional route of working hard, saving money, and investing for the long term. The Fastlane is the path of entrepreneurship, where individuals create businesses and assets that generate significant income. The Sidewalk is the path of mediocrity, where individuals settle for average income and a lack of financial freedom.

DeMarco argues that the Slowlane is a trap, as it relies on external factors such as the stock market and interest rates for success. The Fastlane, on the other hand, is the only true path to wealth and financial freedom. To succeed in the Fastlane, DeMarco advocates for creating a “millionaire mindset” and identifying unique opportunities in the market. He also emphasizes the importance of creating systems and processes, as well as building a strong team to support the business.

DeMarco also discusses the common pitfalls and obstacles that entrepreneurs face, such as the fear of failure, the fear of success, and the fear of the unknown. He provides practical advice on how to overcome these challenges and stay motivated on the path to wealth.

Overall, The Millionaire Fastlane offers a unique and controversial perspective on wealth-building. DeMarco’s practical and straightforward approach provides valuable insights for aspiring entrepreneurs looking to create wealth and achieve financial freedom.

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The Millionaire Fastlane Book Summary