Book Review: Secrets of The Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker

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“Because even though some self-made millionaires may lose their money, they never lose the most important ingredient to their success: their millionaire mind. Of course in “The Donald”’s case, it’s his “billionaire” mind. Do you realize Donald Trump could never be just a millionaire? If Donald Trump had a net worth of only 1 million dollars, how do you think he’d feel about his financial success? Most people would agree that he’d probably feel broke, like a financial failure!

That’s because Donald Trump’s financial “thermostat” is set for billions, not millions. Most people’s financial thermostats are set for generating thousands, not millions of dollars; some people’s financial thermostats are set for generating hundreds, not even thousands; and some people’s financial thermostats are set for below zero. They’re frickin’ freezing and they don’t have a clue as to why!”

Be. Do. Have.

made a video about this principle way before I had ever heard of the author of this book or even the book itself, because the concept just made sense. Many people believe that you have to getthings first, then you do what you wanna do, then you can be who you wanna be. The reality is the opposite.

Millionaire Mind is a book about becoming rich — not only in your bank account, but as a person and what you bring to the world and your relationships. Eker explains the common negative beliefs of the poor (which can be in mentality or material wealth), how they acquire them, and how to replace them with a better set of beliefs that will enrich you (again, both figuratively and literally). He also takes time to explain why some poor or broke people stay that way, due to hard-wired thought habits that they refuse to change. Reading this book will help you change those habits.

Just so you know: Millionaire Mind is not a how-to-make-money book. Remember — Become first. Then do things based on who you’ve become. Then, finally, you have what you want. Does this schedule seem daunting? Too much work? Ain’t nobody got time for that?

Then you really need this book.

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