Secret of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker

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My melatonin knocked me down last night and I was awaken by the heat early this morning.

I feel guilty that whenever I sleep here in my brother’s apartment I come in late for work.

That early call time made me finished another wonderful mind setter book. Of course, what do I do at 4am? Eat? Nah. I am on a reset program as well (more of these on my beauty blog).

Onto to the book.

I first saw this on my sister-in-law, I commented “are you trying to be a millionaire?” She smiled.

When a colleague included this in my books to read, I had a hard time downloading it.

Until the internet offered a miracle.

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The book tackles how to change your financial blueprint. The author said that the way we see wealth and money are from what our parents taught us and from what we experienced.

He also emphasized the different thinking of people – rich, middle class, and poor.

He gave seventeen (17) wealth files to help each reader renovate their own blueprint. Each file has actions to take.

I have a millionaire mind.

A declaration at the end of every chapter.

He also stated that the meaning of things are only based on the meanings we give.

That we should control our thoughts and not the other way around.

He also said to replace all non-empowering thoughts to an empowering one.

We shall not be afraid of change and we should be teachable.

In the end, if you are not doing something right or you are not succeeding in what you are doing, then there is something that you do not know. So be open to learn and avoid the ” I know that” attitude.

I wish I can rewrite all the things I have learn but I strongly suggest that you read this book.

There is nothing wrong wanting what you deserve especially if you worked hard for it.

Everyone is worthy to have a good life.

With hopes,

Sammy
@dishysammy

Have a great day!

gonna do my yoga now.

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5 thoughts on “Secret of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker”

  1. I have downloaded this book too. But until now, I haven’t read it. I would also suggest downloading the PDIC Guidebook, it has illustrations and purchase “Your Money Counts”. πŸ™‚

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