The Remarkable ‘Secrets of the Millionaire Mind’ Book Review
Secrets Of The Millionaire Mind shows you that your financial success is predetermined and hardwired into your brain since birth, and what you can then do to break through the barriers in your mind and adopt the habits and thinking of millionaires.
We first read T. Harv Eker’s book, Secrets Of The Millionaire Mind as it was endorsed by our first business coach, Penny. Since then we have read it a handful of times each.
As it turns out, there are habits of the rich, which either make or break whether you’ll become financially independent. The Secrets Of The Millionaire Mind explains what’s going on in your mind.
We have Three lessons to get you started to change your financial mindset.
First of all, we naturally tend to replicate your parents’ income strategies. Secondly, If you want to control your finances, you first have to realize you’re the one at the wheel. Lastly, we should aim to not despise rich people.
In addition, the book has 17 “Wealth Files” lessons in total that describe the habits and mindsets of millionaires.
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Watch this animated book review of Harv Eker’s Secrets of the Millionaire Mind here:
Our Personal Takeaways…
It has some really good insights, like lesson 3, which makes a lot of sense once you catch on, but is not something you’d think of yourself.
We can relate to the predisposition part. It’s natural to model after what our parents do in every facet of our lives. As a result, if you want something different, you have to change our thought patterns.
Who should read the Secrets Of The Millionaire Mind?
The 25 year old, who scrambles to their debts, the 59 year old who realized she exactly modeled her parents’ financial behavior all her life, and anyone who keeps pointing fingers at the government, their boss or the economy.
Ready to flip the switch from pennies to profits? Read the book!
Nicky and Dave
P.S. If you forgot or haven’t read about The Power of Mindset and it’s Two Different States – read it for better understanding.
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