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Secrets of the Millionaire Mind: Mastering the Inner Game of Wealth

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T. Harv Eker

3 Hours 19 Minutes

HarperCollins Publishers

February 2005

Audio Book Summary

In his groundbreaking Secrets of the Millionaire Mind, T. Harv Eker states: 'Give me five minutes, and I can predict your financial future for the rest of your life!' Eker does this by identifying your 'money and success blueprint.' This blueprint determines your financial life. If your money blueprint is not set for a high level of success, you will never have a lot of money -- and if somehow you do, you will most likely lose it! The good news is that now you can actually reset your money blueprint to create natural and automatic success.

In Secrets of the Millionaire Mind, you will learn how your childhood influences have shaped your financial destiny. You will also learn how to identify your own money blueprint and 'revise' it to not only create success but, more importantly, to keep and continually grow it. Finally, you will be introduced to the 'Wealth Files:' 17 specific ways rich people think and act. These include specific action steps for you to practice in order to increase your income and accumulate wealth. It’s simple, if you think like rich people think and do what rich people do, chances are you’ll get rich too!

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  • Osam Mudhesh

    The content of this book is very useful. The writer's way is simple yet very informative. I have already recommended it to my friends

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  • Rich

    Presumably, if you are interested in listening to Eker, it's because you want to set your money straight. In which case you want Suze Orman, Ric Edelman, or any of the much more practical guides out there. If, instead, you are just purely interested in financial self-help nonsense and common sense, this is the book for you. BTW, a much better (socialogical, not pop finance) title is The Millionaire Next Door by Stanley and Danko (both PhD's).

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  • max

    The audio was very good, however the piped in music was awful. The intention was to inspire you, but I found it a bit distracting at times. The author views himself as a coach to get to you change yourself. He compares poor and rich to help make his point. Not an awful book on the subject, but not one of my favorite either. 3 stars is about where it lands for me.

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  • Millionaire2B

    I listened to it twice. Very motivational, common sense, some new ideas, but overall it helps keep me on my goals and reflect on how I am doing.

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  • Nate Alexander

    this book delivers exactly what the title states. A breakdown of the millionaire's mind. Its not like millionaire next door where they give you statistics, but a more realistic look at common beliefs and ideals that the rich have readily available and how the poor tend to suppress these thoughts. Harv writes this book just the way he speaks. Its not in technical-ese and doesn't promise to be an investment or "how to" book, in the sense of what to invest in. Look to this book for foundations of HOW to think and you'll begin to figure out the HOW of becoming rich.

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  • Dian B.

    Don't expect this to be a book on "how to." It is a book about helping yourself and changing your thought processes. If you are going to get anything out of it, you have to actually take the actions suggested. As the title says, it's a book about the inner games we play with ourselves. He does depart from many self-help books by providing actions to complete thereby focusing attention on our personal responsibility for the outcome. If you have a specific field, there is always some book available on the details of the field (stocks, sales, making crafts, etc.). Harv Eker provides a blueprint for what to do with all that information and how to identify times when you on the road to success but decide to lock, load and shoot yourself in the foot.

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  • Anonymous

    This book is highly consice and effective when it comes to delivering value. Its binary approach of poor vs rich people mindset forces you to challenge yourself deeply.

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  • Necole P.

    This book was great and narrated very well.

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  • Hector E.

    I recommend reading or listening to this book (audio version). I find interest in the author's writings as I find they are direct and to the point with straight advice. There is none of this exaggerated get rich scheme with stories that have built in illusions of obtaining great wealth overnight. His outline clearly defines concrete points which yes do require you to be disciplined and open for learning. He explains clearly how the steps to obtaining wealth are defined. One principle he gave which hit home with me was the drive to consistently learn. It's true that most people stop looking to further their finances or even life. They don't continue pushing forward to absorb more knowledge. Our brain doesn't stop functioning, it's up to our own mindset to advance. Read or hear the book because it really does have significant points.

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  • Anonymous

    Very helpful motivating and easy book. Recommend for business

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