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True Wealth is a must-listen book from New York Times best-selling author and businessman T. Harv Eker.

©2018 T. Harv Eker (P)2018 Gildan Media

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Eker is Brilliant

I love that this is him talking live; full of passion. He talks straight to the point.

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Inspiring on many levels

I haven't finished the book yet but I am listening to the first part again. I bought "The millionaire mind" the other day and found it good so I wanted more content from the same author to reinforce the ideas. It turns out this book is quite different, it looks into the fundamentals of who we are really (the higher self) and our learned or acquired beliefs (the false self). There's nothing revolutionary in this book - which is actually a series of live seminars- but it's really well put together and it connects ideas in a way that can be quite helpful. I am actually going to listen to it a third time while taking notes. Applying the ideas outlined in this book will inevitably translate into results. No rocket science, no secrets either, but a trove of ideas that can be used to replace the faulty self beliefs one may have, in order to accomplish more and get more, in connection with others. I like that it's also about others and not only about the self, I also like the zen or spiritual ideas. I disliked the fact that there's no accompanying material: during the seminar the author is writing on a paper board, you can hear it but you don't see anything. At some point he mentions a graph, no idea what it is. Also the editing is not top notch but still, very valuable book.

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Do the work

If you listen and do what the lessons teach you will flourish. It’s all about how you apply what is learned and continue the teachings

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A truly great listen!!

T. Harv Eker is at his best as we have the opportunity to listen into a live seminar that he delivers the tough minded winning attitudes that can shape us to achieve self mastery and Wealth. All done in his usual casual style, there was loads of information that I could use in my own life.
For me personally, I benefited from the stress on keeping to one’s commitments, no matter what... Now, of course, one always has the opportunity to “de-commit”, but as long as the commitment is alive, it is something real.
Also, we get to listen in while members of the audience give their one minute elevator speech of their business and lives, all taped on scene.
I find that seminars are easier to listen to on audible more than books. It seems that books, I can usually read almost twice as fast as fast as the book is being read on the recording...
Overall, Harv keeps us all to his high standard in this engaging seminar.

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Kinda disappointing

I like his previous book so I thought this one is good. When I'm almost done it's super bothering how he was discussing negotiating skills. It's like he doesn't have any respect for service providers like lawyers and accountants. If you can't afford someone's service fee find someone else. That is very rude to negotiate because you undermine their experience.

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Good stuff!

Harv is awesome! It's a good listen.
Its a recording of one of his seminars.

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  • Zoltan
  • 01-26-19

Much better than I thought!

Be aware this is not a book it's a recording of one of T. Harv Eker's Seminars. I really really enjoyed it, and I had many of those "a-ha" moments. Very good, if you want to be more successful and wealthy (but not just money wise)

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  • Bogna
  • 05-07-19

I loved it, felt like I would attend his seminar!

Great content, amazing examples, good sense of humor! I love listening to him. I will be definitely coming back to this audiobook! Thank you Mr. Eker!

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  • Francisca Payne
  • 12-28-19

Worth buying!

Great audiobook and absolutely worth taking notes too. And remember to take action on it!

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  • Rick
  • 07-11-19

It's ok.

Don't get me wrong, this book is a wealth of information and I have slugged my way through its 12 plus hours twice already.

The description is misleading in having you think it's a book. It's it not.
This is a live recording taken in front of a class over weeks and months and it's long... Like really long.
Because it is live you often miss what someone in the class has asked or what is getting drawn on the board so that leaves you playing the guessing game.
Terrible audio cuts at times. It's like you have gone from one class to a completely different one on a similar but not quite the same subject
And the end is the worst, it ends and cuts to the credits so suddenly you think that you have accidentally pressed a skip chapter button.
Could of done with some more clarity as to what this is and more effort put into the production.