After interviewing over 1,200 millionaires over the past 30 years, I’ve found that few people outside of this group really understand the mindset of the rich. Many people in the middle class believe there is no difference in mindset between themselves and the wealthy, and they couldn’t be more wrong. Watch this short (3:30) video I shot in New York City a few days ago after appearing on FOX Business Network with Wall Street Analyst Stuart Varney. I’ll look forward to your comments.

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Steve Siebold
Author and Professional Speaker since 1997. Past Chairman of the National Speakers Association's Million Dollar Speakers Group. Author of 11 books with 1.4 million copies in print.

5 thoughts on “Do You Have a Millionaires Mindset?”

  1. Creating a mind set of money first starts with establishing set of habbits. Find out how rich people think then create habbits so they you begin to think like them. You need to literally reprogram your mind to think optimistically, to think of opportunities when setbacks happen if you currrently don’t automatically think this way.

    Setbacks will happen and how you respond to them makes all the difference. I have to agree with what Steve said in a podcast – it’s tought to teach drive. If you are driven that’s a big advantage.

  2. Being resourceful is all it takes.

    It also helps if you see the beauty in all things that not necessarily beautiful to others.

    Don’t forget to bring the proper tools: Motivation, relaxation, concentration, direction, energy, visualization, focused, positive suggestions from your inner voice.

    That is my thought.

  3. I meant to say not having the motivation and not finding a way suited to you are two obsticles.


  4. Understanding wealth creation is relatively easy and a wealth mind set not difficult to acquire. Wanting to create wealth and finding a way to do it are two obsticles.



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