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T. Harv Eker's Millionaire Mind Review

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By Edited Nov 30, 2016 0 0

I found some free videos about a Millionaire Mind Evening while doing a google video search for the word millionaire. I decided to write an article about the teachings T. Harv Eker shares in his videos and books.

First, I'd like to say I think it's a really interesting idea that he is proposing. He believes that becoming a millionaire all starts in the mind. You need the right mindset before you can grow your income and net worth in his opinion. I'm not too sure about how I feel about that idea just yet. I don't really know much about the psychology of money. What I do know is that his ideas are worth looking into and applying in your own life to see if they have any effect on your level of wealth.

One of the things he teaches is that a big part of your money mindset comes from your childhood. It reminds me of other teachings I have learned from other famous money gurus that basically say that we have all these programmed beliefs in our minds that come from our past that we need to get rid of and replace with more empowering beliefs. I remember that Jack Canfield who wrote The Success Principles agrees that you need to change your thoughts about money if you want more money.

I want to keep this review honest so I'll share one downside of T. Harv Eker's book Millionaire Mind.I remember trying to read his book a couple of years ago but I had heard the same message already a million times before. The message was that making money starts in the mind and you need to change your mindset about money. I already learned that from many other books before and even trying to change my mindset about money in the past never actually resulted in me making more money... So, I'm not entirely convinced that this idea is really true. I just couldn't get myself to read his book and read the same ideas over again. On the other hand, if you have never heard about this kind of belief about the psychology of making money, I think it's a great introduction to money psychology.

I would highly recommend for you to watch the free videos available on google video before you decide if you want to buy the book. It's worth checking out. It's free!

I'm listening to T. Harv Eker speak as I'm writing this article. I've decided I'm going to give this thing a go again and learn how to change  my money mindset "thermostat" like he puts it and see if my money situation changes at all. I'd recommend you do the same and let me know if it had any positive effects on your financial health.

One of the ideas he shares in these free videos is that you need to model other people's success. This is something Tony Robbins also teaches. The best way to become successful in a specific area of your life is to just copy what works already for someone else.

If you watch the videos, you'll learn how to model rich people people's success. You'll learn how to think like them.

As always, comments are welcomed and encouraged. Cheers!

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