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What ARE the Secrets of the Millionaire Mind?
If you're so smart, why ain't you rich?
Becoming a millionaire is not just a matter of book smarts. There is a psychology of wealth.
We've all heard the stories of the person who dropped out of high school and went on to become a millionaire after they invented some product or offered a new service, living happily ever after.
And we've heard about the person with a college education and above-average I.Q. who winds up in a succession of minimum wage jobs and never achieves the financial success that seemed almost inevitable when they were in school.
According to T. Harv Eker, best-selling author and creator of the Millionaire Mind Intensive Seminar, what happened was a major difference in the 'money blueprint' of these two individuals.
The subconscious beliefs we have about money, wealth and success determine the kind of results we get in our life. The so-called 'money blueprint' has a great deal more to do with where we wind up financially than what we are traditionally taught in school.
If you could get into the head of a millionaire and learn their secrets of the millionaire mind, you would see that they consistently think differently about money and success than people of lesser means.
Harv Eker says it this way; 'Your inner world determines your outer world'. It works in a logical sequence of steps. Your thoughts determine how you feel, your feelings determine your actions and your actions lead to your results.
The insidious thing about these thoughts and beliefs is that they are in our subconscious mind, and are often the opposite of our conscious thoughts. But the subconscious thought will eventually win out over the conscious one because it keeps 'working' just under the surface to keep us in a certain 'comfort zone'. The effect is to undermine and sabotage our efforts toward success.
For example, if you think (subconsciously) that money is bad or is the root of all evil you will have negative feelings about money and wealth. You will not take the actions necessary to accumulate any degree of wealth and without action you will definitely not achieve wealth and financial freedom.
If, on the other hand, you think (subconsciously) that money is a good thing, positive thoughts will lead to good feelings about wealth accumulation and you will find yourself taking the appropriate action. Your results will be wealth and financial freedom.
The subconscious thought will ALWAYS win out in the long run.
Where did these beliefs come from?
These thoughts, beliefs and ideas became ingrained and embedded in our subconscious minds by well-meaning authority figures like parents and teachers, and by our own experiences. This happened when we were children and had little ability to discern opinion from fact.
Where we are now financially, and how we think today, are the sum total of all those inputs. The computer industry has a crude phrase for this, 'Garbage in, garbage out'. And likewise, 'Quality in, quality out.'
But once you're aware of the connection between beliefs, actions, and results, you can make any needed correction in your life.
First you need to take an inventory of your subconscious and conscious beliefs about money and wealth. And then with the right tools and exercises you can examine the actual 'truth' of those beliefs and begin to change the beliefs and related behaviors that keep you from reaching your potential.
This process of self-discovery takes some effort but it is one of the most rewarding things you will ever do. I encourage you to do so. Then you will understand the secrets of the millionaire mind and both you and your family will enjoy the benefits.
© Copyright by Paul Nadrowski, CPA. All rights reserved.
Paul focuses on the psychology of wealth and success providing practical tools and strategies to help you uncover the secrets of the millionaire mind. He publishes the Wealthzine Financial Freedom Ezine. For more information about T. Harv Eker and the Millionaire Mind Intensive go to Megabundance.com. Paul can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Teachings of the Success Masters
Authors such as Napoleon Hill have produced a great deal of writings that form the classic success philosophy of the early 1900s. Most of this material is as applicable today as it was back then, and forms the basis of the teachings of many modern success gurus. Here is a sampling of selections from those early success writers:
The Most Under Rated Method To Achieve Success!
The most under rated method to achieve success is: The power of Visualisation. The best kept secret of success on the sports field and in athletics is: The power of Visualisation. The situation where the mind is in charge of the body. Athletes and other sportspersons constantly use the power of thought to change their lives. To bring them success. When all else is equal the master card is: the power of your mind. Your mind is the most under rated method to achieve success.
Identify and Remedy Work Addiction
Work addiction is an unrestrained, unfulfillable internal demand for constant engagement in work and a corresponding inability to relax. A person with work addiction, a "workaholic," is incessantly driven, relentlessly active. Work is the one organizing and effective activity. For some work addicts, inactivity or activity other than work gives rise to guilt, anxiety, or emptiness. Some individuals view work as the only area in which they can establish and maintain their identities, feel effective, and enjoy feelings of importance, validation, and affirmation. Others may use work to counteract underlying feelings of inadequacy and ineffectiveness. In either case, the workaholic cannot rest.
Success Without Whining About Doing Your Best
In the film 'The Rock', Sean Connery takes a dim view of those who claim to be 'doing their best'. He comments grimly: 'Losers always whine about doing their best.' Is he right? This article tries to give an answer.
Skills or Beliefs: Which Matters Most to Your Business?
Skills or beliefs; this may well be another example of the age-old "chicken or the egg" dilemna. I tend to side more strongly with beliefs. I'll give you a story to illustrate why.
How to Use Your Pain to Gain
Pain. All of us have felt that emotion some time or the other. And most of us fear that heart-wrenching feeling that pain brings. We all have to deal with it, but some people treat it differently.
Whos Up For A Challenge?
Depending on the person, challenges can either make or break a person. On one hand, challenges possess the power to increase one's skills and knowledge, their motivation, faith and character. It also has the ability to produce hope and endurance. These are all great achievements that can propel us towards success. On the opposite end of achievement, however lie disappointment, discouragement, and defeat.
No Shortcut To Success
Sometimes short cuts are not worth taking. They may bring you quick money but they do not make you become a better, stronger or more skilful person.
Who Is Dietrich Mateschitz?
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Enroll in Car College - Learn Whilst Youre On The Move
One of the most overlooked opportunities for learning and personal growth is the time we spend in our cars. There really isn't much we can do safely in our car but drive. I know I see people doing all kinds of things such as curling their hair, putting their makeup on and talking on the telephone. All of those things are distracting. There is something we can do in our cars to make any commute worth the time. That is what I call Car College - otherwise known as listening to some form of audio.
Dealing with Difficult People--Go Ahead, Rain on My Parade
"And when it rains on your parade, look up rather than down. Without the rain, there would be no rainbow."--Jerry Chin
Decisions Can Change Your Life
To realize that you determine the outcome of your own life is not always easy, in fact, it is a hard task. All you need to do is take control of your destiny you can do this by alternating your values and start taking control. This will help you to make your life more productive and fulfilling.
Perseverance - Your Key To Success
If failure is the roadway, then Perseverance is the vehicle to success. Not to forget, Persistent determination of yours is to achieve the goal, your ultimate objective; not to deviate from the main vision of yours by acting presumptuously?. A man was sleeping at night in his cabin when suddenly his room filled with light, and God appeared. The Lord told the man he had work for him to do, and showed him a large rock in front of his cabin.The Lord explained that the man was to push against the rock with all his might. So, this the man did, day after day.
Creating A Life You Love
Imagine that right now, right here, today? there is within your grasp not one but several opportunities to redesign specific aspects of your life so that the sum total is a life you absolutely love. Then imagine that the only thing standing between you and your opportunities is a closed mind, fear, habits, concern, worry, drama, or perhaps mental, physical, and emotional clutter. Do you know what a default is? It's what you get when you don't choose to get something else and for most of us a default life is average and mediocre with sprinkles of joy in between. A default life is living for the weekend. A default like is hanging on 'til retirement. A default life is waiting for the kids to grow up, move out, and finish college. A default life is waiting, and waiting, and waiting for things to get better someday?one day.
Overnight Success - the Truth is Revealed
Overnight success seems to be happening to a lot of other people all the time. A new popstar arrives in a blaze of glory and is an instant success. A hotshot businessman or online marketer suddenly appears, telling how they are raking in millions. So how come you aren't an overnight success? Why are you still working so hard at your business, your career or whatever else your personal view of success maybe? Well here's the shocking truth about becoming an overnight success.... It doesn't happen overnight. Take some time out and lookup some of the apparent overnight success stories, and you'll find a common theme running along all of their stories. Almost without exception they were all working hard, exactly the same way you are, for some time before they acheived "overnight success". Read or watch interviews with popstars who have suddenly appeared and you'll find they were playing small gigs, knocking on talent agents doors, entering contests for years before they were discovered. The highflying business owner or "new internet marketing guru" has a string of failures behind him or her preceding that one big breakthrough which launched them to guru status and the big earnings.
Fear of Success? Fear of Failure?
What's holding you back?
Parable for a New Age
Daddy was a very, very odd little man-possibly a schizophrenic-for all we could figured out. He was a short stony-faced man that rarely smiled or talked very much. His Norweigan/Dutch family had endured quite a bit of disaster-wiped out in a storm in Iceland, and then wiped out in the dust bowl. He grew up in a part of California that just had been frontier 40 years prior. He was stern, stubborn rugged individualist and believed that everyone is responsible for themselves. Daddy had no use for religion. He was a doctor, a scientist, who believed that the human body was basically a machine to be fixed up and mended so that it could back to go to work in the orchards, fast food joints, and canneries of the great Central Valley we lived.
Visualize Your Way to Success
Human beings are visual creatures. Our imaginations are powerful tools that can bring us to the brink of despair or create a wonderful new reality. This is because our subconscious responds to images whether they are real or imagined.
Learning From Your Mistakes
Your ability to deal constructively and effectively with mistakes and temporary setbacks is a mental skill that you can learn and become proficient at. The best way to deal with any failure is to realize that it is an indispensable prerequisite for success. You have to treat failure as an opportunity to lean, and begin again. You can overcome the fear of failure by doing the things you fear over and over again, and then resolve to bounce back, rather than letting them break you when things don't go right.
Success Without Excuses
If we hope to achieve any worthwhile goal it will be necessary to throw out the excuses. The excuses usually do not deceive others but they may well deceive ourselves.
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