Few other personal stories make for better reading than that of this fellow, T. Harv Eker. He may have a book titled: "From Zero to Hero in Only 2 ½ Years".
But if he'd consulted me, I would have suggested a different title for that book: 'From Zero to Hero to Zero to...' For a fact, that is what the story of his life looks more like-at first.
T. Harv Eker literally went from being a barely surviving wannabe businessman to a fulfilled, hugely successful millionaire in only two and half years.
To his credit, he's always dreamed of becoming a millionaire, and always believed that the dream was totally realizable. And after numerous failed attempts at various businesses, he finally found the right fit, when he opened some of the first retail fitness stores in North America.
The stores grew very fast, and within two years it had attracted the attention of a fortune 500 company which bought a part of the business-and Harv Eker's dream was realized, he became a millionaire instantly! But then, he lost it all-almost as fast.
Due to a combination of poor investments and a lack of money management skills, Harv lost his fortune even faster than he had made them-within two years! But who is T. Harv Eker?
Harv Eker was born to European immigrants who arrived North America with only a few dollars to their name. Growing up in Toronto, Canada, life was tough for young Harv. There was never enough of anything in the household, forcing the young T. Harv to enter the labor market at the tender age of 13.
He did all sorts of menial tasks to make extra income for the family: delivering newspapers, working at local fairs, ice-cream shops and more.
Only a stubborn believer would be in such circumstances and still dream of becoming a millionaire one day! But Harv Eker was made of such stuff.
Through a dint of hard work, he was eventually able to study at New York University, and maybe just then, his millionaire dream started to look like it might really be possible. And now, as they say, the rest is history.
Soon after losing the fortune he made from the sale of his fitness stores, Harv Eker really began to reconsider the way people, including he himself, think about money and wealth.
He then realized that if he was going to achieve true financial success and retain it, he had to use a different blueprint from the one he had been applying. He did, and he began to succeed at a deeper level.
Now, this globally admired founder and president of Peak Potentials Training Inc., is using those same techniques that have worked so well for him to equip and inspire thousands around the world to achieve financial goals and build lasting wealth.
His best-selling book, "Secrets of The Millionaire Mind" and the accompanying "Millionaire Mind Seminars" have attracted hundreds of customer reviews.
True, some observers have claimed that most of the contents of "Secretes Of The Millionaire Mind" come straight from the works of popular authors Robert T. Kiyosaki and Robert G. Allen. I tend to agree with these critics to an extent. But really, if the techniques work, should it really matter who said it first?
As with most motivational products, his products may be effective for some Network Marketers or Business builders and useless for others. Will T Harv Eker's techniques be effective for you? You alone can decide that.
But only after you have examined and applied his techniques and principles in your life and your MLM or Online business.
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Article Added on Saturday, September 3, 2011
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