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Secrets Of The Millionaire Mind Hardcover – Jan 27 2005

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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 224 pages
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Ltd; American First edition (Jan. 27 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0002008033
  • ISBN-13: 978-0002008037
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 2.1 x 21.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 295 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #68,846 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"T. Harv Eker is a master at making the road to riches simple." (Marci Shimoff, coauthor, Chicken Soup for the Woman's Soul)

About the Author

Using the principles he teaches, T. Harv Eker went from zero to millionaire in only two and a half years. Eker is president of Peak Potentials Training, one of the fastest growing success training companies in North America. With his unique brand of "street smarts with heart," Eker's humorous, "cut-to-the-chase" style keeps his audience spellbound. People come from all over the world to attend his sold-out seminars, where crowds often exceed 2,000 people for a weekend program. So far, Eker's teachings have touched the lives of more than a quarter million people. Now, for the first time, he shares his proven secrets of success in this revolutionary book. Read it and grow rich!


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This is the third book on the subject of "The Millionaire etc" to have crossed my desk over a period of time. To be clear, NONE show you how to go out and win the lottery or obtain the secret of some other get-rich-quick scheme. Such notions are rubbish - and we all know that.

Although repeated elsewhere, I believe this story goes to the root of the subject covered by this book so I make no apologies for repetition. In the mid-1970's I was a young sergeant in the British army with a family struggling to make the most of my modest income. Near to me lived a private soldier who owned a new car, modern towing caravan, small removals lorry and fine furniture in his married quarter. That man rented out those vehicles to his fellow soldiers (and officers) who made the most of the opportunity. I remember him very clearly because everything he achieved was legal (tax paid!) and he owed no money anywhere. His secret was his own businesslike approach to life and looking after all his income with the greatest care.

In short he had the right attitude towards money and I rather suspect he became a successful businessman in later years. Another factor one should consider are the attitudes towards money, expenditure and paying taxes inherited from parents, teachers and other sources of early learning.

In this book, the reader will learn to question his (or her) ideals, attitudes and understanding of anything and everything connected with money. Once those pre-conceived ideas are thoroughly examined, it is quite likely the reader will alter many aspects of their approach and, therefore, be much better off for having done so.

In short, as you read this book you will select those points relevant to yourself and come to adopt a change in basic thinking as you begin see a better approach to the overall subject.

All things considered, I personally rate this as the best of the 3 books I have studied so far.

And good luck!

NM
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Amazing analysis of the way our minds work, and how we take ourselves out of the running to experience success, wealth, and most importantly happiness. He literally gets to the "roots" of the problem. Eker not only digs deep to show us why we're having problems, but he gives us an easy-to-follow formula for changing the way we think and do things. In his opinion "how we do anything is how we do everything". He points out that we don't need to wait until we have more money before we start managing it, but that by managing the money we have we'll soon have more. I've been doing the exercises he suggests, and executed the easy money management plan he describes, and I've noticed an incredible difference already!
Best of all, his holistic way of looking at things acknowledges there's more to our lives than physical wealth, and we must experience spiritual richness as well. This book is not only about enriching our own lives in every sense of the word, but also about enriching the lives of those around us. I can't wait to take his courses!
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Once you get past the sales pitches to his workshop, it's an excellent book. He brings up excellent examples on workshop attendees stories, who have excellent jobs but can't keep money, how some people use financial scare tactics so that you don't become financially successful. For anyone who was told in the past that money is a curse, I would heavily suggest this book. It was certainly an eye opener.
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I'm a big fan of T. Harv Ekers and the principles he presents in this book are a real paradigm shift for me. Especially coming from a lower income upbringing, there were a number of thought processes I had that were completely contrary to wealth production. I've reread and reread to get those concepts reprogrammed in my mind. As a result, I now I have my first rental property! Thanks, Harv!
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I decided to read this book after I heard T. Harv Eker speak on a live teleseminar about his book and live course. I was impressed with his speaking style which is good for helping someone shift his or her beliefs. He uses emotions and humor . . . and a fast patter . . . to make it easy to see your views more objectively.

I figured that it wouldn't hurt to listen to someone who seems to have a talent for helping change beliefs for three days.

I have been to other seminars on similar subjects, such as the one that Tony Robbins used to offer for Mastery University, and have been very disappointed in each case. So my expectations for the book and seminar weren't very high. But the book does seem to be a cut above many of the other "reprogram your assumptions" books to improve your financial situation.

What I liked about the book was that Mr. Eker has identified so many different belief systems that can hold someone back from pursuing prosperity. The heart of the book comes in his 17 contrasts between what rich people believe and what poor people believe. The most fundamental is number one: "Rich people believe 'I create my life.' Poor people believe 'Life happens to me.'" That's a pretty standard prescription for self-improvement authors and trainers.

One that I hadn't thought about before is "Rich people admire other rich and successful people. Poor people resent rich and successful people." It's pretty hard to work on becoming like someone you resent. That thought caused me to pause.

An unexpected point (which I suspect came from Built to Last) is that "Rich people think 'both.' Poor people think 'either/or.'" I thought that perspective was also new and useful in this context.

None of the other 15 points were unexpected to me.
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