Secrets of the Millionaire Mind

By T. Harv Eker

10 min
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Although our level of achievable wealth may be programmed in our subconscious when we are young, there are ways to rewire the way we think about money. 

You must consciously go about finding ways to rethink money and wealth, as well as the way you view yourself. You can only achieve real wealth when you know your own worth and value your own abilities. This will allow you to be a real leader with a vision.

About the Author

T. Harv Eker is an author, businessman, and motivational speaker. He focuses on wealth and motivation. He is the author of the book Secrets of the Millionaire Mind, a New York Times #1 bestseller.

He was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. His first successful company was a retail fitness store. He made millions through a series of fitness stores but lost the money by not handling the companies properly. He writes and speaks about rich people and their wealth.

Eker questions: What mental attitudes lead to wealth? According to him, we each have an internal script that dictates how we relate to money. By changing this script, we can change whether we make money. For example, guilt gets in the way of people and prevents them from making money, and thinking about wealth as a way to help others helps people make money.

He writes about how the rich and the poor differ. The rich don’t feel limited while the unsuccessful limit themselves. Rich people believe “I create my life”, while poor people say “Life happens to me”.The rich are more optimistic about life, while the poor feel more blocked. Rich people admire the rich and other successful people, while the poor do not.

He founded Peak Potentials Training, a seminar company, later bought by Success Resources, an event production company in 2011. He has created seminars since 2001. He uses seminars, contacts, and his personal following to promote his books.
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Secrets of the Millionaire Mind

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