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The 10 Pillars of Wealth: Mind-Sets of the World's Richest People 

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Author: Alex Becker 


Number of pages: 200 


Found listed and reviewed on Amazon, the book, The 10 Pillars of Wealth: Mind-Sets of the World's Richest People, makes you think like a multimillionaire: and pushes you to leave the 9 to 5 behind. The world has led you to believe that financial freedom is not something you can willfully create in your life. You have been taught to view wealth as something that happens only to a lucky few who win a random business lottery or are blessed with unimaginable talent. The TRUTH is that creating excessive financial wealth does not come down to luck or talent. It comes down simply to your beliefs, understanding, and views--the ''pillars'' that reinforce your every action. Alex Becker not only breaks down the most important pillars for you but also shows you how to bring them into your life TODAY to begin generating lifelong financial freedom. Discover how to: Successfully quit your 9 to 5 and take back your life without taking massive financial risks, Separate your time from money so that you are constantly getting paid (even in your sleep), Understand the lessons multimillionaires have learned through years of trial and error, Map out the exact steps needed to build million-dollar businesses, Skip time-wasting mistakes and learn how to make money quickly by focusing solely on what gets you paid.

 

In this fantastic book the author Alex Becker sets out to delineate the 10 most important concepts and mindstates behind getting rich in "Pillars" (that are the fancy equivalent of chapters). In each Pillar would find a notion to reject or except, or a mind-state, which then gets expounded upon in greater detail. The author is concise and to the point and incorporates a plethora of very good and relevant real-world examples.

 

Pillar 1 ("Rejecting Getting Rich Slow") for example, refutes the glorified notion that the "right way" to be successful is to go to college, get a degree, work everyday for a salary; weekends off; spread out vacations, with slightly inclined pay raises and a good enough salary to eventually retire semi-satisfactorily later in life. Apparently, they say that it's "safer" to minimize risks (that the wealthiest self-made millionaires take) in your career and live just to insure a more guaranteed path to success and financial freedom. The author utterly rejects this notion.


Pillar 4 ("Knowing Every Little Thing is 100% Your Fault") has to do with mind-state and as it's title states believing that every action you take is 100% your fault, and that when you take responsibility for all your circumstances; despite it's uncorrelated nature with your volition, you become more adept at manipulating your life situation. This as you may notice is a very common mindstate of the very successful. 

 

Pillar 6 ("Forgetting 'What If' And Focusing On 'What Is') is similar to Pillar 4 in a sense of the mindstate needed to endure, and most importantly get started. Many times in life we play hypothetical scenarios in our head of what will result in the actions we take rather than just taking them and calibrating, figuring out, and learning from them there and then.

 

Pillar 8 ("Focusing Solely On What Gets You Paid") is a plan of action that states that you should put most if not all your efforts on the activities you undertake that ultimately get you paid. Other less profitable tasks should be outsourced and overall there will be a net benefit. 

 

There's a "Secret Pillar" that is very motivational. There's a bonus chapter that talks about the different kinds of online companies you can start and it outlines the details of each. 


Do you want to know about the remaining pillars? Buy the book today. If you want to get serious about changing your financial future, this is a MUST HAVE book.

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