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Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. This book will teach you how rich people think. It compares the thoughts, habits and philosophies of the middle class to the world class when it comes to wealth. The differences are as extreme as they are numerous.
The strategy is simple: learn how rich people think, copy them, take action and get rich. This book hits hard and never lets up. It's based on a quarter century This book will teach you how rich people think. It's based on a quarter century of interviews with millionaires. It's written in unfiltered, politically incorrect language that makes the point crystal clear and easy to follow. The hundreds of millionaires interviewed for this book had nothing to gain by sharing their secrets, nor any interest in sugar-coating their advice.
These people gave me unprecedented access to their lifestyle and playgrounds; from Palm Beach to Aspen. I was searching for the raw, uncensored truth about how rich people think, and they agreed to share it with me on the promise that their names never be published and their remarks never made public.
I've mixed their wisdom with my words, and the result is a book so brutally honest it will shock some and inspire others. If you've ever dreamed of living a life most people only see in movies, study this book like a scientist. Freedom from financial worries and a millionaire's lifestyle is closer than you think.
Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Other Editions 3. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about How Rich People Think , please sign up. Doesn't anyone have any qualms about the whole premise of this book?
Also, I'm curious if they try to assess how many people have the "right thoughts" but are not successful. Just talking to rich people has a huge 'survivorship' bias. See 1 question about How Rich People Think….
Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. Sort order. Start your review of How Rich People Think. Then they no longer fear losing. The truth is, it was always there, in the harbor, waiting for its captain. World-class performers see this as borderline criminal.
Meanwhile, the world class merrily manifests dream after dream as the middle class watches safely from the sidelines, scorning their success and insisting they got lucky.
The world class purposely ignores the ego-personality problems that plague the middle class. World-class parents prepare their kids to encounter this situation and chalk it up to middle-class thinking. Welcome to the jungle. Few problems can defend the assault of sustained thought. The rich know thousands. Some know tens of thousands. Once you have solidified your belief, you become a force of nature. Trump have a fundamental belief they are supposed to be rich, fulfilled and happy. They believe they have every right to be rich, and no matter how many times they fail, they will ultimately win the day.
This self-fulfilling prophecy rarely fails because it leads to behaviors that support their beliefs. Be more competent. End of story. View 2 comments. Jul 03, Mohammad rated it liked it. Good points. I agree with them all.
But he presents these principles as if your mindset is everything. In the realm of human behavior, nothing can be tracked down to one element. We want simple answers for our complex questions. There is truth to it. Ergo lying by omission. Sometimes he gets repetitive. View 1 comment. Aug 27, Danton rated it it was amazing.
Read a chapter a day and change the way you think! I especially loved the Critical Thinking question at the end of each chapter. Note: this book is best read by anyone who is interested in change. Nov 20, Ali Alawi rated it did not like it. Technically, i didn't finish reading it, and most probably i will never would, however, to bring make my fail in reading 12 books this year less hurtful, I'm going to mark it as read anyways. I thought about putting it aside the moment it presented Mr.
Trump - pardon me, president elect Mr. Trump - as a role model, and and the moment it promoted "whatever they call it" marketing, the cone where you get to abuse your relationship with friends and family in order to generate money for god knows wh Technically, i didn't finish reading it, and most probably i will never would, however, to bring make my fail in reading 12 books this year less hurtful, I'm going to mark it as read anyways.
Trump - as a role model, and and the moment it promoted "whatever they call it" marketing, the cone where you get to abuse your relationship with friends and family in order to generate money for god knows who! I kept reading, because it still has something reasonable to read and learn, but the author kept repeating over and over again.
Few pages after the , i decided enough is enough! S me watching Moore's documentary love story with capitalism last night has nothing to do with this review Nov 07, Erika rated it it was ok Shelves: unreadable.
I just want to be honest with myself, and admit that I will probably never finish this book. Potential readers should note, I'm not rich, and even I have to wonder if this has something to do with it! Jul 05, Dean rated it liked it Shelves: nonfiction. An interesting book. It was full of anecdotal observations, but no real statistics or data. Most of the information confirms other books that do have supporting evidence, so it probably isn't too far off.
It is broken up into chapters or concepts. The seemed arbitrary and forced, as many of them seemed to be basically the same. One of the bonuses of the book are the recommended reading, and quotes that went along with each chapter. I did learn a few things to look at differently, and was An interesting book.
I did learn a few things to look at differently, and was reminded of concepts I had forgotten, so all in all it was worth reading. I will probably try to find this book I checked it out at the library to have a copy I can mark up with notes and answers to some of the activities, also checking off the recommended books.
Jun 19, Andrew French rated it really liked it. Most people hate the rich. They despise their massive empires of wealth.
How Rich People Think
Self-made millionaire Steve Siebold spent 26 years interviewing some of the wealthiest people in the world before condensing his findings in his book " How Rich People Think. He found that the secret to getting rich "is not in the mechanics of money, but in the level of thinking that generates it. In addition to having larger bank account balances than most, rich people have different beliefs, philosophies and strategies. According to Siebold, there are endless ways the rich view the world differently from the masses. Here we've highlighted eight. The masses think getting rich is reserved for a lucky few.
8 ways rich people view the world differently than the average person
Many personal finance experts agree that successful budgeting and money management isn't about tactics. It's an issue of mentality. In other words, strategy and tips are less important than the overall mental shifts a person needs to go through to manage their finances well. He took 26 years to interview some of the richest people in the world to write this book. His conclusion: to become rich, he had to think like a rich person. While you may not aspire to be "rich," but you should want to be better at managing your money. This book provides insight into the mental shifts that can help you achieve this.