It’s about 2 years ago that I released my book – Michael Yardney’s Guide to Getting Rich.
In that time it became a best seller and has sold amazingly well overseas as the principles I share are universal.
I love it when I receive all those complimentary emails – readers are blown away by the information in this book and getting your feedback really makes my day.
But I also received a disappointing email recently.
George – I’ll call him that because that was his name – doubtingly asked:
“Why would a rich person waste time writing a book helping others to get rich?”
Now that’s the type of question asked by a poor person.
That’s the type of question asked by someone with a scarcity mentality.
I’ll explain why in a moment, but first allow me to let you peek behind the curtain….
The reason I took the time to write this book is because I enjoy writing about the topic of the psychology of success, a topic I’ve been studying closely for over 25 years.
I’ve been mentoring successful investors for well over a decade and writing about wealth creation in major online and hard copy publications for the last 15 years.
I’m proud that many recognise me as a leading expert in the field and I’m pleased to share my knowledge.
In fact, I see it as my obligation to share my knowledge and give back to the world that has given me so much.
Of course it helps that I’ve got the time freedom to do what I please because I’ve built substantial wealth that gives me the ability to work at what I want to do when I want to do it.
Now back to that comment I made about scarcity a moment ago…
If you buy an investment property does that stop me buying one? No!
If you grow a substantial share portfolio, does it stop me building one? No!
The fact is that wealthy people come from an abundant mindset and wouldn’t even think of asking this type of question.
On the other hand, some poor people – coming from a scarcity mindset – would ask why would I share my “secrets.”
In my book Michael Yardney’s Guide to Getting Rich – I discuss how the rich think very differently to the poor and the 39 habits the rich exhibit that the poor don’t.
If you want to join the 1% or even the 10% at the top of the wealth pyramid I suggest you click here right now and order either a hard copy or a digital copy of my new book.
Please click here now – it will be the best investment you’ll ever make.
Anyway…back to the rich vs the average Australian
I believe anyone of reasonable intelligence can become rich, given sufficient motivation, the right mentorship and application and if they do so, it not only helps them but it helps the economy and society.
By the way…
I’m didn’t write the book for the money.
Writing a book is not a very good way to get rich.
However I get paid handsomely by many readers of my books who send me emails about their successes from the lessons they’ve learned from me and, to me, this is worth more than any royalties this book will bring.
One more thing:
Mentoring (advising, training and educating) is one of the secret habits of most rich and successful business people.
When most people think of mentoring, they invariable view it as one-sided: an apprentice learning from the master.
But there’s a lot more to mentoring than that.
It’s not just paying it forward and giving back.
There’s a selfish component to it.
I’ve found that by training others to do what I do and helping them excel in life, I multiply my own chances for success.
Mentoring creates a cycle of exponential success, making not only the student wealthy but making the mentor’s life more meaningful – no one loses.
Just to make things clear…
My new book Guide to getting Rich is the by-product of mentoring over 2,000 Australians over the last decade and studying the different habits and ways of thinking between wealthy people and the average Australian.
I became frustrated seeing so many people struggling from pay cheque to pay cheque despite living in one of the wealthiest countries in the world.
I became disappointed seeing so many Australians failing at property investment – not that this is a book about property.
I wanted to take my message to a wider audience and share with them some of the things I discovered in this 10 year study that will help them dramatically improve their lives financially.
By the way…
There are NO get rich quick schemes here and this is not theory – my award winning team and I have helped thousands of ordinary Australians succeed in property investment.
In fact, we’ve been involved in over 2 billion dollars worth of property transactions.
But I’ve also learned that most investors fail – I’ve learned what works and what doesn’t work and more importantly why the rich keep getting richer and I’ve documented this in my new book:
So that’s why I did it.
I hope that helps you understand why I wrote my book Michael Yardney’s Guide to Getting Rich.
Now, if you’ve ever wondered?
- Why the rich keep getting richer and how you could join the ranks of the rich.
- Why the gap between the rich and the average person keeps getting wider
- Why some people work less and earn more, while others seem to be on a treadmill
- What the rich think, know and do that makes them rich
- How to maximize your success with money, your finances and your future.
Then you really must read my book.
Of course you’d expect me to recommend that you buy my book, but it’s not another property book and you won’t become rich overnight, however I know that it can transform your financial future.
If you’d like to learn the Science of Getting Rich and join the wealthy then you must buy my latest book my Guide to getting Rich, so you can enjoy the lifestyle you deserve.
Please click here and get your copy of Michael Yardney’s Guide to Getting Rich now.
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