Reprogram your money blueprint to significantly increase your income and accumulate wealth!
In this book, Eker outlines how to identify and revise your money blueprint, to significantly increase your income and accumulate wealth – Using these principles, Eker personally moved from nothing to millionaire in 2½ years. The idea is to combine your inner mind game (your tool box) with your outer game (the tools) to get rich.
Here’s what you can expect to get out of this great book:
• Learn what’s your money blueprint and how it’s affecting your default level of wealth
• Discover the 3 sources of programming behind your blueprint, and how to reset your
financial thermostat using 4 powerful elements
• Find out how to use Declarations to supercharge your re-programming
• Uncover the 17 ways that rich people think and act differently – learn the specific declarations and “millionaire mind actions” to convert your “poverty files” to “wealth files”
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Keywords: Law of Attraction, Secrets of the Millionaire Mind, Self-Help, T. Harv Eker, Wealth, Declaration, 6 Jars, Money Blueprint
I seriously loved this book. If you liked “Think and Grow Rich” or “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”, you probably will too.
Let’s get past what might bother some people:
-there’s a good bit of promotion for Eker’s seminars.
-there is a very black and white view of people (rich and poor). To be fair, though, Eker points out this himself, explains that he is using it as an illustrating tool, and (some people miss this) tries to help the reader understand that he is not talking about rich/poor people but rich-poor MINDSETS.
-every chapter ends with affirmations…..I know that bugs some.
Amazing analysis of how people think, how those thoughts help/sabotage you, and how to change your thought patterns. My husband and I both read it and found ourselves doing some major self-discovery. This book has a financial focus, but I honestly feel like the tools here could be used toward any area that you want to self-improve. If you can get past some of the new-age stuff (it doesn’t bother me), it’s worth a look. When I finished reading it, I found myself so excited that I wanted to run out and buy it for friends/family, but….nothing offends people like handing them a book on finances or self-help! [Review from Goodreads]
Renato Silva –
What a surprise!
Initially I thought this was another book with positive thinking and self-help messages. And I must confess I didn’t like the typesetting and final art from the paperback edition, what kept me reading its first pages with lack of enthusiasm, but as I read through part one, and later on part two, I ended up completely changing my mind.
The author really did a great job on writing this book, putting together psychology, NLP techniques and some kabbalah teachings altogether to successfully discuss and transform ones daily mindset and habits into a millionaire mindset, as he defines it. His systematic approach on the book turns this whole experience educational and very practical.
Definitely a must read! [Review from Goodreads]
Jenna Regis –
I’ve read this book 3 times now, and each time I get something new out of it. Teaches you to expand your mind, how to think like a highly successful person, teaches you to eliminate previous ways of thinking and expand your horizons. Truly motivating. [Review from Goodreads]
Jeremy Parks –
Book had some great personal development questions that helped tackle any issues that could be undermining progress towards wealth. It’s about adopting the proper mindset to gain traction towards becoming wealthy. [Review from Goodreads]
Joanne Rodrigues –
It was okay once u got over the blatant self marketing that went on all through the book. The principles were sound and I did pick up a few new things to ponder and take action on.
Sonya Song –
I always want to read this book. I am really excited to recommend this book to others. This book contains 17 files of secrets to make us think as wealthy people rather than poor people. I realize that the mindset of poor people and rich people is completely different and that is the main factor that determines us whether becomes millionaires or beggars. I know the urgency to change my mind and act like a rich person. I am also aware of the significance of our financial maintenance. I believe if I keep repeating the declaration and exercises which are provided by the author T. Harv Eker, I’ll have a mind of rich people and be successful in the future. And I really want to go to the seminar and learn how to use my money properly. By reading this book, I gradually regard the money as the treasure to succeed [Review from Goodreads]
Marek Zaskvara –
Learning differences between poor/middle class and rich people in a way of thinking, consciousness of our own behaviour and setting the right way a good mindset is what I’ve got from this book. One of the best books what I’ve had! I certainly do recommend this book to all people who have interest in the mindset of wealthy people and want to handle their finances better than they do now. [Review from Goodreads]
Maria Jansson –
Eye opening book about our financial blueprints, and how they affect our lives. The first part is dedicated to discovering our blueprints, usually shaped by our parents, and how to transform them to work for us. The book gives an interesting insight to the different ways of thinking, not only about money, but about life general. What is wealth to you? [Review from Goodreads]
Great motivational book. It teaches you to get up and take action. I like that it breaks down the mind set of the wealthy into steps, interprets what it means, and in most cases is followed by a real life scenario. [Review from Goodreads]