Saturday, March 3, 2007

Getting Rich Quick?

“If you’re going to work hard anyway, you might as well get rich… and the quicker the better.”

This is one of the main lessons in a book I got for free from a friend. It was written by T. Harv Eker described as someone who borrowed $2,000 from his Visa card to open a business which allowed him to earn more a million dollars in two and a half years.

Eker teaches that getting rich quick is possible despite our natural tendency to doubt such a claim. He shares, in very simple language, that success is a learnable skill. In fact, he recalled that before he made his $2,000 dollar initial investment he first spent around 6 months of studying and learning. He calls his method as Speedwealth and vouches that his experience is replicable.

Of course, he insists that for one to succeed he has to be in the right position. Frankly, he says, dreaming about making a million dollars in a job is like trying to see the ocean from the middle of Nebraska. You’re just not in the right place for it. To “get rich quick”, you have to have or start your own business.

And how does a business succeed? Eker believes in taking advantage of opportunities. Our time he says is a time of change. “Change brings opportunity, quick change brings quick opportunity.” This according to him is the key in “getting rich quick”.

For those interested in getting a copy of the book Speedwealth by T. Harv Eker, please feel free to email me, or post your request as comments to this post. I can email you the free electronic copy.

1 comment:

Orville said...

pls send ebook to tnx!