Secrets of the Millionaire Mind

Mastering the Inner Game of Wealth

by T. Harv Eker

Number of pages: 224

Publisher: Harper Business

BBB Library: Personal Success

ISBN: 9780060763282

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.


Editorial Review

Have you ever wondered why some people seem to get rich easily, while others are destined for a life of financial struggle? Is the difference found in their education, intelligence, skills, timing, work habits, contacts, luck, or their choice of jobs, businesses, or investments? The shocking answer is none of the above! There is a missing link between your desire for success, and your achievement of success. Those are two different worlds.

Book Reviews

"The whole premise of the book centers around the concept that rich people think one way and poor people thing another way. I thought this was a genius way of pointing this out making is not only easy to understand but also easy to remember. These points are called “Wealth Files” and the book covers 17 of them. Overall this was an amazing book and I definitely recommend that you buy a copy. This is one that should be read multiple times if you truly want to teach yourself how to think in an empowering growth oriented way. If you’re happy where you are in life and with your finances maybe there’s no need to change, however for the rest of us that aren’t satisfied this books for you!" Rick Cleri.

"Despite the somewhat cheesy title,Secrets of the Millionaire Mind,by T. Harv Eker, is a quick read worth checking out. The premise of the book is simple: you can learn all the investment, saving or wealth building tips in the world, but if you’re not mentally prepared to own and maintain that wealth – unless your “financial thermostat” is set to a higher amount – the money will go as soon as it arrives. While even that description may sound a little too “warm and fuzzy” for some, I foundSecrets of the Millionaire Mindto be full of practical and easy to implement concepts, all of which are geared around the goal of mental reprogramming." Actionable Books

"Why are some folks blessed with riches while others struggle to make ends meet? What is the magic formula to wealth? The answer, according to renowned millionaire guruT. Harv Eker, is found in one’s money blueprint. In his bestselling book,Secrets of the Millionaire Mind,Eker urges us to change our personal money blueprint and reprogramme the way we think, feel and act in order to achieve mastery over our wealth, attain financial freedom, and lead more meaningful lives." Cooler Insights

"Secrets of the Millionaire Mindis a brash, flashy volume which nevertheless contains a trove of great points on the wealth mindset. The first part of the book relates to Eker’s own rise, but it is Part Two, “Seventeen ways rich people thinkandact differently from Poor and Middle Class People” that the reader will find most compelling." BUTLER-BOWDON

"Eker believes that we each possess a 'financial blueprint', an internal script that dictates how we relate to money. This blueprint is created through lifelong exposure to money messages from friends, current events, entertainment programs, and, especially, our family. Unfortunately, our blueprints usually contain errors that prevent us from achieving our dreams."

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