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Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker

Another great book and another on the subject of wealth. I’m probably reading money books at the minute because I have no income. This is a classic, it’s the first time I’ve read Secrets of the Millionaire Mind however I have listen the audio-book and that is equally as good!.

Here’s the value I found, hope you find it useful;

  • Thoughts lead to feelings; Feelings lead to actions; Actions lead to results
  • We are conditioned in 3 primary ways;
  1. Verbal programming – what did you hear when you were growing up?
  2. Modelling – What did you see when you were young?
  3. Specific incidents – What did you experience when you were young?
  • When the subconscious mind must choose between deeply rooted emotions and logic. Emotions will almost always win.
  • Rich people believe “I create my life”. Poor people believe “life happens to me”.
  • Rich people play the money game to win. Poor people play the money game to not loose.
  • Rich people are committed to being rich. Poor people want to be rich.
  • Rich people think big. Poor people think small.
  • Rich people focus on opportunities. Poor people focus on obstacles.
  • Rich people admire other rich and successful people. Poor people resent rich and successful people.
  • Rich people associate with positive, successful people. Poor people associate with negative, unsuccessful people.
  • Rich people are willing to promote themselves and their value. Poor people think negatively about selling and promoting.
  • Rich people are bigger than their problems. Poor people are smaller than their problems.
  • Rich people are excellent receivers. Poor people are poor receivers.

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“I want to quit”

Never, never, never give up – Winston Churchill

So you’re having one of those days.

Everything’s going against you. Maybe you had an unexpected bill and won’t be able to invest money in yourself this month.

Or someone on Facebook just quit their job and made you feel like you’re not making progress.

There’ll be bad days when you’ve read 100’s of books and are still making the same mistakes.

The truth is you’ll have good days and bad days on this journey.

You’ll have days where you’re super optimistic and feel there’s a breakthrough just round the corner, as if you need one last piece of the jigsaw.

There’ll be days when everything goes right, you can do no wrong. And they’ll be days when nothing goes right and progress feels like a fight.

But, you’re not alone! Everybody has those days; I’ve had my fair share.

What the journey makes of you is more important than the result. If the journey forces you to quit, what will it have made of you?

Whatever your mind is screaming at you – scream back, I am making progress and I will get there!

“A winner never quits and a quitter never wins” – Vince Lombardi

Summary

No matter what you’re pursing they’ll be good days and bad, the key is to persist until you have what you want.

Make a decision today to keep going UNTIL you have what you want. All obstacles can be overcome just grow yourself bigger than the problem.

Thank you again for reading I really appreciate it. Journall your 3 points of value before leaving.

Have a great day

Joe

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Are you a failure? 

I fail every day. Most of time it’s small things – tying my shoelace, not saying sorry quick enough, leaving Windows mucky.

Every now and again I’ll fail big time – buying an unprofitable business for £50,000 without having any knowledge of the service being offered. Big boo boo!

I believe failure is an important part of success.

Why failure is important!

Most believe failure is something scary that should be avoided all costs. Some people dodge taking risks altogether to reduce their exposure to failure – I know I was brought up by two.

In order to succeed and realise your goal, you are going have to take calculated risks at the very least.

Taking risks stretches our comfort zone until it expands to a point where we are comfortable with the action we are taking. To put it simply taking risk forces us to grow.

Occasionally the calculated risks will not work out and failure occurs. This is when we learn the most. Failure gives us experience, if the same situation occurs again we can handle it better.

Sit back, relax and enjoy

Take a look at the video below. It was sent to me by my sister Amy. It describes failure perfectly.

Watch Me!!

http://on.aol.com/video/why-our-definition-of-failure-is-all-wrong-519500540

I hope you enjoyed today’s post and journaled 3 points of value!

Thanks again for reading and I’ll see you soon.

Joe