I write very few reviews but this one is so great I had to say something. This guy is straight out of a “MUST READ NOW” genera that it just screams at you. It isn’t about being a Millionaire but about being a higher level person. It takes so much talent and ability to accumulate a million dollars and more. To do this you have to be a much higher functioning person. This book gives you the tools to do that and far more.
I highly recommend this book because I have read hundreds of books on success and none have resonated with me more than this one. It is almost like being slapped in the face and having someone say, “DO IT!”
High quality and high value product that will really change your life forever. You will think differently and look for more opportunities than ever before. If you have ever wanted to do a thing but where kind of wondering,,,,, DO IT! Listen to this book and share it with everyone you know. We all have one life so lets make it AWESOME and get there faster with this book.
Thanks T. Harv Eker. I have the Millionaire Mind!!!!!
Having been to more 'ra ra' seminars than you can wave a stick at, I haven't bothered for years figuring 'Just get on with it and do your best'. This is actually really refreshing stuff. Basic, down to earth and to the point. Not positive thinking, reality thinking. I recommend it. It's fun to listen to as well.
This is a great listen. Harv is a terrific presenter.
He mixes his past experience, humor, and logic to make sense of why we get the results we get.
He presents simple concepts that urge you to change your thinking to change your results. It is one of those audios you can listen to again and again to reinforce great ideas or hear ones you missed. Never boring not even the 10th time. Like any self help book You must practice it to see profound results, but even if you dont make all of the changes overnight it does help to understand why we do the things we do.We can reprogram our programming if that's what we choose to do!
This is an incredible book; his seminar is even more incredible. He reaches within the depths of your soul and challenges your every belief. Eker is entertaining and trustworthy. His principles make sense and his writing style is easy to absorb. I immediately started putting some of his principles into my daily life; and although I cannot say that right now I am wealthy, I am making changes every day to get closer and closer --before I ever heard of Eker, I wasn't even on the path. Eker pointed me to that path, and now it's up to me to walk it. You will not regret listening to this book. Listen to it again and again and make every effort to go to his millionaire mind seminar!
I got the book based on the description thinking it was going to tell you the "Secrets of the Millionaire Mind". Basically the author just talks about how smart he is and how you should save you money to attend his seminars (he emphasizes that you will never be a millionaire if you don't attend his seminar). The format was not very good since it did not list any facts about the millionaires that were interviewed for the book. The author repeats himself over and over again with passion about nothing. He does mention you can learn the facts about the millionaire mind by attending his 3 day workshop. Unfortunately, the secrets of the millionaire mind aren?t in the book called "Secrets of the Millionaire Mind".
this book has more to do with someone who is lazy and not motivated, than it does the teaching of strategies or successful business moves. and about a third of the book is him plugging his seminars that he would like you to visit in person. my suggestions are to buy the book used online, highlight the key points and put it on the book shelf for re visiting.
I don't know if I've ever done anything differently based on Secrets of the Millionaire Mind, but I listen to it every six months or so just because it's fun. Eker is just plain entertaining to listen to, and it's clear how he's gotten rich(er) as a motivational speaker. He has some very memorable concepts. For example, I grew up in a military family where dinner five nights out of seven was some kind of chicken, and Eker's rant against ordering the chicken really resonated with me. It's also a bit different from your typical financial self-help book in the emphasis it places on the mental game; kind of like The Best Life Diet for money. The book is to some extent an advertisement for the seminar, which to be fair it offers free tickets for. After the fifth time I listened to the book, I signed up just because I think it'll be fun. I don't see myself spending $1,000's on any of his advanced seminars, but I'm pretty sure it'll be an enjoyable weekend.
One star off on performance for the Canadian accent. Sorry, Harv, but "sorry" and "borrow" just distracted me every time you said them, because I am a xenophobic American.
I could not stand the tone of how the book was read.
I was barely able to get though this book. The author reads the book with a very condescending tone. The tone of this book is, “if you’re not a millionaire you must be an idiot that’s why your reading this book.” It seemed like he assumed that everyone reading this book was dirt poor and unable to handle their own personal finances. I thought the some concepts were overly simplified like rich people own businesses...think like a millionaire business owner not an employee...duh. Nothing earth shattering here.
While I wish everyone that has read this book success on their way to making millions, I cannot recommend this book. Check out Rich Dad Poor Dad or Think and Grow Rich before you buy this book.
You get loads of the same rah rah, raise your hands in the air style info over and over again. No real learning or teaching points. The crowd interaction is super annoying after a while.
Provide more teaching and educational information, rather than just raving on and on about having the right attitude - tell us what to do with this attitude, not how to find it.
Disappointment, annoyance with the content. Inability to hear the whole thing out.
Maybe this stuff works on some people but it certainly put me off attending one of his seminars.