Secrets of the Millionaire Mind Review
The mind is a terrible thing to waste. We’ve heard this many times before. The secondary bylines of this book are “Think Rich To Get Rich” and “Mastering the Inner Game of Wealth”. Ironically, I received this book as a gift from a dear friend, years ago. I read it and performed most of the exercises. I had a momentary boost to improve my life, but I quickly reverted back to my old tricks. This time around, the book blew my mind. Looking back at my first go around, my mind wasn’t ready to receive the valuable information and lessons.
Right off the bat, I was captivated by T. Harv Eker’s entertaining and concise writing style. He introduced me to the concept of a wealth blueprint, which we all have. I’m not doing him justice, but most of our wealth blueprints are inherited from our parents and slightly tweaked by our friends. If you want the same level of wealth as your family and friends, don’t read this book and continue on your merry way. But if you want to obtain higher levels of wealth, you need to radically change your blueprint. This concept shook me to the core and set the stage for things to come.
The rest of the book contains declarations or wealth files for you to study, adopt, and transform your mind into a millionaire mind. He goes into great detail on each one and you begin to see how your old ways of thinking almost work against you. After going through his exercises and reviewing the wealth files daily, I actually saw very positive results!
If you enjoy reading these self improvement books, you begin to see they have similar messages and styles. This book stood out for me more because I read this book twice, at different stages of my life and with two very different mindsets. The first time, I was negative, set in my ways, and not eager to learn. This time around, I am more positive, eager to learn and improve in as many ways as possible. Since this tied directly to his concept of how your mind is so critical to obtaining wealth and success, my mind was blown away. Forgive my over the top descriptions, but I highly recommend this book. It may not blow your mind, but the core concepts are extremely helpful to anyone who wants to improve themselves. If one of your goals is increasing your wealth, this is a must read.