Book "Secrets of the Millionaire Mind"

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Anyone read this one? I just got a copy of Secrets of the Millionaire Mind from a friend as a gift. Any thoughts?

After you read the book... go to the seminars!! Thats where you learn much more.

They are phenominal.... no nonsense and all on the money when it comes to dictating your financial blueprint.

I have the audio book, and it is VERY good.
I like the way he gets his point across.

Highly Recommended motivational material.

I know this is a REALLY old post... but I am curious if you ever finished it and if so, how did you like it??

I don't know about those millionaire mind series. Ya so maybe he did some research and found out that the very wealthy live like popers, but any data can be squed. My thought though is that he seems to promote that you should live extremely frugally, way below your means etc etc...I kinda beg to differ. I like Robert Kiosoki's concepts more like he saids he things in terms of "how can I afford it". Like what's the point of taking a path in life like realestate investing and starting to make millions of dollars but not loving yourself enough to reward yourself along the way? What kinda millionaire mind is that. I know people who live that way and they're basically "cheapo's". They've never learned to enjoy the process of spending some money. So I say if it's within your means go for it, and think in terms of "how can I afford it". That's where having a budget would come in even if it's an approximation in your mind. But ya if you're living beyond your means then you definitely got a problem. So as for millionaire mind....well why not rename is "How to be a screwdge".

r2s246,

This book is Secrets of the Millinoaire Mind by HARV T. EKEr not the Thomas J Stanley series, that kiyosaki talks about the frugal mindset. Ive read Millionaire Next Door, and it was very frugal minded, the Eker book should definately have a different philospophy than Stanley's series

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This book is outstanding- especially if you're new to the metaphysical laws of wealth attraction (and wealth inhibition).

GREAT BOOK!!!

Law of Attraction is so so so key.....

I've read this book and HIGHLY recommend it. T. Harv Eker really gets into your head and helps you to understand what in your past (your financial blueprint) is holding you back.

He also helps to shatter some of the myths around what it means to be rich. I liked the book so much I attended the Millionaire mind intensive seminar.

It has already spurred me to action on several fronts. First, I've really started to put some effort into understanding investing. Second, I've started actively manage my money. Third, I've created a website to help people budget their money and hopefully make some myself. Lastly, once I've managed to save up some money I'm going to jump into real estate.

I highly recommend this book too. Another good book by Harv is "Speed Wealth," these books are great for getting inspired to take action. If you can ever make it to the Millionaire Mind Intensive, you should do it. It's a 3 day live seminar that's actually worth a few thousand bucks. This seminar will change your life forever. It inspired me when I needed it and I've made at least an extra 6 figures just from what I learned at the MMI.

I love Harv Eker and would highly recommend anything with his name on it.

Jeff

Read it once a month for twelve months like he asks you to at the end of the book. You will learn something new each time and the millionaire mindset becomes clearer and clearer with each read.

Set the goal, and you will be proud of yourself for accomplishing it.

I just downloaded it from iTunes today. I am looking forward to diving into it with all these good reviews. I'll chime in with my opinion in a few days...

you going to like it, its really good book.

I listened to Harv read his book in the audiobook version and I must say it is a really good book. Reprograming your mind to look at money and success in a different way than most average people. That's where wealth building starts. I plan on reading it (listening to it) once a month just like he suggests. I believe that I can actually do this real estate thing, and do well!

I've been wanting to do it for a while and made the decision to actually attend this year. After I go to my first training, if it is everything that I expect it to be, I plan on taking 6 couples 3 times a year, at my expense.

I'll keep you posted. :D

That is the book that honestly lead me to this forum.

It is a good book, and I have to agree that the seminars are better. Matt H, I know you said it seems like people are told to live below their means, that isn't true in my experience, instead they teach you to think about how you are spending your money, how you can cut back so that you can get out of debt and use the extra money to develop passive income streams to get financially free.

Originally posted by Sean Adams:
It is a good book, and I have to agree that the seminars are better. Matt H, I know you said it seems like people are told to live below their means, that isn't true in my experience, instead they teach you to think about how you are spending your money, how you can cut back so that you can get out of debt and use the extra money to develop passive income streams to get financially free.

This is really an old post, but the book was good, you can get it at the library.

Another thought to increase your wealth is to not spend so much time looking for quick answers, fast dollars and seminars to attend and get to work. Good luck,

This is a Great Book. I just finished to Audio on my ride from AZ to TX to took at few properties. Well worth the ride and a nice way to spend a 12 hour drive.

If you are into books, gurus, courses, etc., the book may be a good read. I was told it was good, so I read it, but found that touching my forehead then repeating the high points and posting on my mirror to be a bit "hokey" and the typical "guru" style. As Bill said, don't spend so much time and money on books, gurus, etc. and get to work! It takes more than reading a book to change a mindset and outlook on life. Somewhere there needs to be a desire to achieve, the motivation to do so and an understanding that this is not a 9-5 way of life!

I did notice that other than Josh and Bill, none of the other posters that think that the book is great have over 50 influence points. Either the book has changed their lives and they do not have time for BP or the "magic" did not take on their lives.

Bill

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