Want to know how in a minute you can change your mindset and change your life? Want to know how to have the attitudes necessary to live the millionaire life? Want some affirmations to play or say every day to keep yourself motivated? This book follows the adage as one thinketh, one is. Consider, I now ask myself in situations would a millionaire do this?
One of the habits the book encourages is reading about millionaires and reading what millionaires read.
I can tel you that when I stopped thinking like a secretary and determined to be an executive, I was an executive within one year. It happened first in my mind. Then, I stopped dressing like a secretary, started carrying a briefcase instead of a handbag. Sure, people poked fun, like asking me why I needed such a big bag to carry my lunch.
Anyone at any age above 12 could benefit from reading this book and doing what millionaires do.
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Barbara Garro (NYWriterBarbaraGarro)
When I am not writing or painting or teaching, I am reading, literally hundreds of non-fiction books every year. Why? Because I love learning from other people's journeys. Authors work hard to bring … more
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Introduction, Millionaire mountain -- Foreword for the paperback edition -- Left-side pages : The One-minute millionaire -- Millionaire ahas -- Leverage -- Mentors -- Teams -- Networks --Infinite networks -- Skills and tools -- Systems -- Real estate -- Business -- Afterword. Right-side pages: Michelle's story: The enlightened way to wealth -- A final word: You can be a millionaire.