Quotes by T. Harv Eker
How do rich people think and act?
Nothing has meaning except for the meaning you give it.
If you are willing to do only what’s easy, life will be hard.
But if you are willing to do what’s hard, life will be easy.
If you shoot for the stars, you’ll at least hit the moon
The number one reason most people don’t get what they want
is that they don’t know what they want.
If you want to make a permanent change, stop focusing on the size of your problems and start focusing on the size of you!
What you focus on expands.
Complaining is the absolute worst possible thing you could do for your health or your wealth.
The worst! …
For the next seven days, I challenge you not to complain at all
For the prosperous, it’s not about getting more stuff. It’s about having the freedom to make almost any decision you want.
Keep your eye on the goal, keep moving toward your target.
The purpose of our lives is to add value to the people of this generation and those that follow.
Rich people believe “I create my life.”
Poor people believe “Life happens to me.
Rich people play the money game to win.
Poor people play the money game to not lose.
Rich people are committed to being rich.
Poor people want to be rich.
Rich people think big.
Poor people think small.
Rich people focus on opportunities.
Poor people focus on obstacles.
Rich people admire other rich and successful people.
Poor people resent rich and successful people.
Rich people associate with positive, successful people.
Poor people associate with negative or unsuccessful people.
Rich people are willing to promote themselves and their value.
Poor people think negatively about selling and promotion.
Rich people are bigger than their problems.
Poor people are smaller than their problems.
Rich people are excellent receivers.
Poor people are poor receivers.
Rich people choose to get paid based on results.
Poor people choose to get paid based on time.
Rich people think “both”.
Poor people think “either/or”.
Rich people focus on their net worth.
Poor people focus on their working income.
Rich people manage their money well.
Poor people mismanage their money well.
Rich people have their money work hard for them.
Poor people work hard for their money.
Rich people act in spite of fear.
Poor people let fear stop them.
Rich people constantly learn and grow.
Poor people think they already know.
If you are insecure, guess what?
The rest of the world is too.
Do not overestimate the competition and underestimate yourself.
You are better than you think.
Your field of focus determines what you find in life.
Money will only make you more of what you already are.
The world doesn’t need more people playing small.
It’s time to stop hiding out and start stepping out.
It’s time to stop needing and start leading.
It’s time to start sharing your gifts instead of hoarding them or pretending they don’t exist.
It’s time you started playing the game of life in a “big” way.
The size of the problem is never the issue — what matters is the size of you!
If you want to change the fruits, you will first have to change the roots. If you want to change the visible, you must first change the invisible.
Your income can grow only to the extent that you do.
Recall that thoughts lead to feelings, feelings lead to actions, and actions lead to results.
Everything begins with your thoughts—which are produced by your mind.
Life is meaningful only if you gave it a meaning.
Just realize that no amount of money can ever make you good enough.
Money can’t make you something you already are.
If your motivation for acquiring money or success comes from a nonsupportive root such as fear, anger, or the need to “prove” yourself, your money will never bring you happiness.
You can have all the knowledge and skills in the world,
but if your “blueprint” isn’t set for success,
you’re financially doomed.
It’s not enough to be in the right place at the right time.
You have to be the right person in the right place at the right time.
The first element of change is awareness. You can’t change something unless you know it exists.
For every giver there must be a receiver, and for every receiver there must be a giver.