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Final Discussion and exercise on "How Rich People Think" by Steve Siebold

I've been reading the book "How Rich People Think" by Steve Siebold (Amazon description here) and its really got me thinking quite about how we can design our lives the way we want if we just think things through deep enough and act.

I'd like to hold one final discussion on the book, with an exercise component this time, and you don't have to have read the book, each point is simple and succinct and we'll go over a few of the main ones in this deep discussion on the evening of October 28th.

This is a great, book, not the "positive thinking" type of book, but rather a book that does the best it can to highlight the difference between attitudes and thought processes between the middle class and the "world class".

From the author (Steve Siebold):

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 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. 

Interested in coming out for the discussion to talk about the book and what these differences are? You don't need to have read the book as I'll introduce a few of the ideas (which are the chapter titles anyway).

*Note: The first open discussion/mastermind we had about this book was really good and we only got through less than 10 of the 100 points in the book. Schedule two more of these sessions for this year. Please prepay when you register, so as to eliminate no shows.


What: Final discussion and exercise on "How Rich People Think" by Steve Siebold 
Who: Open discussion 
Where: Boardroom Office, #[masked] West Pender
When: October 28th, from 6:15pm to 8:00pm 
Cost: $15 to share the room rental, please prepay (to eliminate no shows)

Please RSVP and prepay on the event page if you are coming and you must attend if you RSVP! Please no cancelling withing 72 hours. 

Thank you,

Ronald Lee

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  • Neila M.

    Really enjoyed meeting everyone this evening and hearing the unique prospectives on some of the points discussed. Inspiring to hear what others have accomplished and their future goals and ideas as to how to reach those goals. Very enriching evening :)

    October 28, 2013

  • Jody

    Great topic and people. Thanks for the wisdom and inspiration.

    October 28, 2013

  • Linda Christensen, P.

    Sorry I won't be able to make it, wouldn't get there until 7:30-8 due to teaching schedule.

    October 28, 2013

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