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Secrets of the Millionaire Mind: Mastering the Inner Game of Wealth Hardcover – February 15, 2005
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Anyway, this book is about acquiring the mindset of successful and/or rich people, or those on the path to success, as well as completely changing your way of thinking (releasing petty thoughts & old, negative patterns). Mr. Eker is big on residual income, and he looks favorably on Network Marketing as one of the vehicles to building wealth over time (this was greatly emphasized during the seminar), along with developing digital information ONLINE products that can sell while you sleep (as he put it). I highly recommend the book AND the seminar.
Harv lays out the "secrets" step by step but he begins by explaining why most of us are not raised for financial success and how we can counteract that training and turn it around. The secrets are sometimes obvious (e.g. learning how to self-promote like the rich do) but if you go through the learning you will see how often we hesitate to self-promote usually because of our upbringing once again.
Another "secret" is being prepared to work as hard as required to achieve a goal. Well while that sounds easy to say , its important to work through his examples and experiences to see what exactly that means in day to day living.
I think the book is transformational and have recommended it to my friends. I remember doing a negotiation course as part of my MBA years ago and I actually attended the one day course done by the author of the text. He said if there is one thing that you take away from this session it is this: The first offer is NEVER the final offer. Ever. Since then I have used that approach to strengthen my negation skills even with banks which we may feel are inflexible! The point is that if you get some gems, as I did, from reading this book they will benefit you for years to come.
It is well written, easy to understand and has clear easy to follow instructions as to what to do throughout the book.
I highly recommend it.