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Secrets of the Millionaire Mind Mastering the Inner Game of Wealth

Secrets of the Millionaire Mind reveals the missing link between wanting success and achieving itHave you ever wondered why some people seem. I seriously loved this book If you liked Think and Grow Rich or Rich Dad Poor Dad you probably will tooLet s get past what might bother some people there s a good bit of promotion for Eker s seminars there is a very black and white view of people rich and poor To be fair though Eker points out this himself explains that he is using it as an illustrating tool and some people miss this tries to help the reader understand that he is not talking about richpoor people but rich poor MINDSETS every chapter ends with affirmationsI know that bugs someProsAmazing analysis of how people think how those thoughts helpsabotage you and how to change your thought patterns My husband and I both read it and found ourselves doing some major self discovery This book has a financial focus but I honestly feel like the tools here could be used toward any area that you want to self improve If you can get past some of the new age stuff it doesn t bother me it s worth a look When I finished reading it I found myself so excited that I wanted to run out and buy it for friendsfamily butnothing offends people like handing them a book on finances or self help

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To get rich easily while others are destined for a life of financial struggle Is the difference found in their education intelligence skills. It s all mental Some of the biggest differences between us are the way we approach life This book fell in my lap during a time when I m on the brink of a tremendous financial opportunity Instead of walking in like a dog begging for dinner this book got me thinking of the potential in me the potential in all of usThe book is built around 17 points do you see yourself in any of them1 Rich people believe I create my life Poor people believe Life happens to me2 Rich people play the money game to win Poor people play the money game to not lose3 Rich people are committed to being rich Poor people want to be rich4 Rich people think big Poor people think small5 Rich people focus on opportunities Poor people focus on obstacles6 Rich people admire other rich and successful people Poor people resent rich and successful people7 Rich people associate with positive successful people Poor people associate with negative or unsuccessful people8 Rich people are willing to promote themselves and their value Poor people think negatively about selling and promotion9 Rich people are bigger than their problems Poor people are smaller than their problems10 Rich people are excellent receivers Poor people are poor receivers11 Rich people choose to get paid based on results Poor people choose to get paid based on time12 Rich people think both Poor people think eitheror13 Rich people focus on their net worth Poor people focus on their working income14 Rich people manage their money well Poor people mismanage their money well15 Rich people have their money work hard for them Poor people work hard for their money16 Rich people act in spite of fear Poor people let fear stop them17 Rich people constantly learn and grow Poor people think they already knowIt s an easy read short and energetic Keep your ears open and you are sure to find a few nuggets that could get your head spinning and realizing that the state of your life is and always been the result of YOU


10 thoughts on “Secrets of the Millionaire Mind Mastering the Inner Game of Wealth

  1. says:

    This short 3 hours in audio book is about developing the mindset reuired to become rich The author defends the wealthy lifestyle then provides

  2. says:

    I seriously loved this book If you liked Think and Grow Rich or Rich Dad Poor Dad you probably will tooLet's get past what might bother some people there's a good bit of promotion for Eker's seminars there is a very black and white view of people rich and poor To be fair though Eker points out this himself explains that he is using it as an illustrating tool and some people miss this tries to help the reader understand

  3. says:

    Great book full of practical ideas The best part I liked is the Money Management System What i didn't like is the excessive referring to The Mil

  4. says:

    It’s all mental Some of the biggest differences between us are the way we approach life This book fell in my lap during a time wh

  5. says:

    Yes I really did read it the whole damn thing I'm in a business coaching group and one of the other members was raving about it so I figured it was worth a tryIt starts out with a very interesting perspective looking at how our thought and behavior patterns around money are formed by our childhood experiences particularly seeing what our parents did which we later either replicate or rebel against That gave me something to think

  6. says:

    After the first few chapters I was very surprised This is not what I was expecting from a book with a 415 rating

  7. says:

    If I hear Touch your head and say 'I have a millionaire mind' one time

  8. says:

    Who The Heck is T Harv Eker and Why Should I Read This Book? is the title of the first chapter I won't give away the secret but I'll tell you this much TH Eker is worth millions That's why you should read this bookThe book is divided into two parts 1 Your Money Blueprint and 2 The Wealth Files Seventeen Ways Rick People Th

  9. says:

    This book sucks It's a long commercial for Eker's seminars and network marketing businesses I read a lot of this kind of make a million book and I'm not cynical so trust meEker relates 19 differences in thinking between rich and poor people But there's a certain type of rich person whogot most of his money by making promises to starry eyed people and Eker is one of them He mixes practical though vague and tired wisdom with neurolinguistic

  10. says:

    Second ReviewThis is a book that I need to read every year to ensure my mind is in the right place and has the right perspective on things It's like a health check lol I love this book so muchNotes if you're not doing as well as you'd like all that means is that there's something you don't know rich people keep their commitments in