Millionaire Mind Marketing Inspiration


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A colleague invited me to attend a tele-seminar the other night that was hosted by T. Harv Eker, of Peak Potentials, and author of the NY Times Bestseller, Secrets of the Millionaire Mind. I’ve got the book, and I’ve been a fan of his work, so I listened in to see what he had to say. The program was about four of the most common money mistakes that people make.

As a business woman and a single mom who is responsible for myself and my three girls, I’m all ears when it comes to ways that I can avoid making mistakes around money. So, I listened in and I learned so much that I want to share a few nuggets with you.

First, let me just say that I love Eker’s passion. When you are teaching about a topic as fraught with issues and weird energy as the topic of money is, it helps that he’s got a vibrant, energetic, and enthusiastic approach that I find engaging.  I like his presentation style.

Here are three of the nuggets that I took away from this call that I wanted to share.  If these are useful to you, I recommend that you listen to the call as well. It’s all good stuff that will transform your financial life if you put it into action.

1.       Earn more money

While you might be tempted to say, “Duh,  who doesn’t want to earn more money?” Are you creating ways to earn more money in your life? We earn money in business by solving problems for other people, right? So, if you want to earn more money, solve more problems or solve bigger problems for people and they will pay you more money.  He also talked about not limiting your income by trading dollars for hours.

2.       Increase the value I provide

The next thing I took away was the resolve to add more value to the services that I provide for my clients. Harv said that in order to be successful you’ve got to give value first and let prospective clients experience the value that you offer.  I am going to look for ways in which I can save my clients money and time making each transaction with me a win-win where they feel that they got far more value than they paid me for.

3.       Major in marketing

Just last week I wrote a blog post about marketing phobia, for which I’ve gotten some really good feedback.  Can I just say that not getting past your marketing phobia spells a death sentence for your business. Eker says that we need to place ten times more emphasis on marketing and sales because that’s where the money comes into the business. You must become a marketing expert and get over any squeamishness you might be nurturing about putting yourself out there.  The world is waiting to hear about what you have to offer. Hiding your light under a bushel only succeeds in making you even more broke.

These were just a few of the things that I learned. I look forward to attending his seminar where I’ll learn lots more about how to grow wealth in this shifting economy.  If any of this sounds interesting, you should check out T. Harv Eker’s site,  I don’t benefit in any way by you checking this out.  I just find Eker to be a fabulous resource, and what he shares can liberate and inspire many people who could use some help these days.

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