Secrets of the Millionaire Mind: Some Steps You Can Actually Take
Here’s an audio clip from Secrets of the Millionaire Mind: Mastering the Inner Game of Wealth by T. Harv Eker, called “Here Are Some Steps You Can Take”:
I posted part one of this a minute ago (back when I first started listening to the program) but just recently, I started reading another book called The Millionaire Next Door: Surprising Secrets of America’s Wealthy by Thomas J. Stanley, which is also hot.
The Millionaire Next Door talks about how most millionaires are absolutely NOTHING like what the media depicts (how most have average income, frugal families) and what they did to get themselves into that position (as most are first-generation made…meaning they inherited nothing). Most millionaires:
>> never spent more then $140 on shoes,
>> drive cars that 7-8 years old,
>> live in middle-income, low profile neighborhoods,
…and are otherwise NOT “affluent” in the typical sense. Essentially, millionaires value financial empowerment over displaying high-social status, control and budget their consumption habits and many other things we’re socialized to forget.
Back to “The Millionaire Mind”
Eker’s main thesis? Even though we all need to get our paper straight, not too many of us understand that we need to get our mindsets concerning paper straight FIRST, and stop entertaining thought patterns that subconsciously inhibit us from creating wealth for ourselves and forthe people we care about.
So essentially, when it comes to restructuring your “Mental Money Blueprints” as Eker calls them, you need to progressively and continually work on them over an extended period of time.
Here’s that audio clip again…it’s called “Here Are Some Steps You Can Take”:
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