Steve Siebold on FOX News


The media has really taken to my new book, How Rich People Think. In the last 5 days I’ve been interviewed on FOX, CBS, NBC, and ABC. I’ll be crisscrossing the country for the next 6-months doing TV interviews, then heading over to the UK and Australia for more. Notice the kinds of questions the interviewers ask, and it will give you an idea how most people think about money. The recession has created even more fear, which will lead people to make short-term decisions with their money that will generate small returns. Now is the time to THINK BIG and DREAM even BIGGER! When the masses zig, the rich zag! Don’t follow the fear-based herd; follow the wealthy! This short interview on FOX deals with the differences in thinking between the middle class and world class when it comes to money.  Steve Siebold  ( 3:52 )

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  1. I would have told you in my days of teaching journalism that you did a perfect job of answering quesitons in the interview because you 1. actually answered each question, and 2. your answers were to the point and brief enough for people to grasp as sound bytes.

    Here’s my personal leverage formula: Trade work for leverage – trade leverage for time – trade time for money – trade money for the things you love in life.

    Keep ’em comin!


    • Steve says:

      Thanks, Mike. I just did another interview at NBC in Tampa, which I think is your hometown. 4 cities down, 46 to go!

  2. Steve says:

    Thanks Mike, Dimitri and Jeff. I appreciate your support of the book and the blog.

  3. Steve says:

    Thanks, Randy! Hope the gymnastics business is treating you well. Let me know how you like the new book. Knowing you, you’re going to LOVE it!

  4. Steve says:

    Thanks, Brett. I’m a big PHP fan, and I know you guys are going to be a great success. I think this new book could be a great book to give loan new prospects while they’re deciding whether not to join the company. It exposes them to world class thinking around money fromm the first chapter. Check it out and see what you think. I left a message for Patrick today with the same idea.

  5. Steve says:

    Tiger Art!
    Great to hear from you. Hope all is well. Thanks for supporting my new book. I appreciate it.

  6. Steve says:

    Mr. Lamont,
    Still waiting to see your PB History video blog! Go for it!

  7. Michael Lee says:

    Steve, What financial publications do the rich read for their investing? How about tv program for financial news?

    Thanks – love the new book!

    • Steve says:

      The most common publications they’ve referred to in my interviews are Forbes, Fortune, and the Wall Street Journal. Investors Business Daily is also popular (at least in the States) among the wealthy.

  8. Tim Ware says:

    Great interview. Love the Ayn Rand quote. I’m sure the government is working on a thinking tax as we speak.

  9. Tim Bean says:

    Hi Steve! Couldn’t come at a better time…

    • Steve says:

      Thanks, Tim. Hope all is well in London. I’ll be doing interviews on the BBC in late September.

  10. Brett B. says:

    Thanks as always Steve, for your insight and inspiration. Looking forward to your new book, and I’m sure it will be required reading for everyone @ PHP, as is “177 Mental Toughness Secrets…” Can’t wait to have you back on the Saving America show. Great work!

  11. Randy Sikora says:

    Congrats Steve! Keep moving forward.

  12. Mike S says:

    Yes, agree 100%-
    as Napoleon Hill said THINK and grow Rich- As as a Man Thinketh -James Allen-
    Nice work Mr. Siebold-sure to become a modern classic

  13. Dimitri says:

    Steve, I wish you much success with your new book. I’ve had it in my hands for the last few days. As with your previous work, ‘How Rich People Think’ is a terrific read and a much needed counterweight to the ‘lack and limitation’ programming that pervades our mediasphere. I’ll keep an eye out for the audio version! Best, Dimitri

  14. Nice quick to the point interview… Helping and serving people. Leverage – Looking forward to the Book and of course my favourite question is “When is the CD version coming” 🙂

  15. Ed Lamont says:

    Hi Steve,

    Much success with the new book. You help so many with your ideas and strategies. Thanks fo rmaking a person’s comfort zone a dangerous place to reside!

    All the best,