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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Another Week, Another Book!

“The average american reads 4 books a year, a top CEO reads 60+ books per year” – Grant Cardone

This weeks book is The Coaching Habit by Michael Bungay Stanier and it’s aimed at people who are in managerial positions. The key theme is helping the people we are responsible for make their own decisions, rather than constantly asking us to point them in the right direction.

It’s the first book of Michael’s I’ve read and it’s very insightful, straight to the point and easy to understand. Michael talks about a series of 7 questions that will help us get the best from our team, without them taking up too much time. Which isn’t something that will happen overnight, the coaching of out team to make their own work related choices will take time. The mind cannot be reprogrammed in a day!

I’m not going to give you all of Michael’s secret questions, but I will give you the first one – What’s on your mind? It works brilliantly because we’re not assuming we know the challenges their facing and gets us straight to the heart of the problem.

If you’re intrigued to see all of Michael’s questions grab your kindle copy today! Hope you enjoy.


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Invest In Yourself So You Can Design Your Own Life

We all have dreams and goals. For us to achieve them we need to grow, our thoughts and then, actions have to change.

A great question to ask in pursuit of any goal is;

What do I have to become to achieve it?

This will spark a whole host of other questions and require more thinking, on your own and with a mastermind group.

Those you ask questions generally find answers

Plant Seeds Daily

One ritual that has been key to me going from £50,000 in debt to embarking on exploring Australia within 4 years is; reading or listening to 30 minutes of inspirational, educational or motivational material every day.

Garbage In = Garbage Out

Whatever you out into the mind you’ll get the same out. If you’re feeding the mind with good stuff, you’ll get good out. The same is true of bad stuff.

However, the same is true of great ideas. Feed the mind great ideas and you’ll produce great ideas.

If you’re looking for new ideas check out my 2 blog post on business biography books. I’m confident you’ll find some ideas from the greatest minds in the past 100 years.

Post 1 – Start Here

Post 2 – Finish Here


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