- 1.30 Sentences For A Millionaire Mindset
- 2.30 Sentences For A Millionaire Mindset – part two
- 3.30 Sentences For A Millionaire Mindset – part three
- 4.Introducing My Ebook – 30 Sentences For A Millionaire Mindset
The time has come: ladies and gents, introducing my first ebook. The name is “30 Sentences For A Millionaire Mindset” and it’s based on a series of posts I wrote almost a year ago on this very blog.
The title is self-explanatory, but what you may not know, is that a millionaire mindset is not always translating into a million dollars in the bank. Or so I strongly think.
A millionaire mindset is a mindset of abundance in all areas. Not only money. A mindset of resourcefullness and efficiency. A mindset of fulfillment and enjoyment. A millionaire mindset is not limited to your available cash and I have to tell you that this somehow twisted approach (defining money without numbers) worked really well for me.
Such a mindset is not a secret. It’s not difficult to attain also. It’s within your reach. It surely was within my reach and I’m not very different from you.
Why Buying It?
I always had a great respect for my readers. I appreciate their time and their contribution here. With that in mind, I won’t insult you with a commercial presentation filled with shallow buying incentives. If you know my blog, if you trust my writing, then you will buy the book, I have no doubt about that. So, for those already eager to get to the goodies, just go ahead, click on the “Buy Now” button and you’ll be taken to PayPal. The price for the whole package (because it’s a package, not just a book) is 27 USD.
Keep Things Simple
Before launching launching the book, I gave it to a close circle of friends and fellow bloggers. The initial reaction was a short and honest “a-ha”. It’s not rocket science, they said. Yes, it’s not, I responded.
Rocket science would take you to the moon, which is not at all my intention. My book is intended to keep you grounded and effective. It’s not philosophy, although parts of it are rooted in my own life management framework. It’s not costly also, there is no financial investment you should do upfront (other than the cost of the book, of course). All you have to do is to read one sentence per day, assess the results daily and draw a line after 30 days.
What You Get
The ebook has a simple structure. Each chapter is based on one sentence (hence you will be buying a 30 chapters ebook) and each chapter features the original blog post excerpt followed by an in-depth explanation of the sentence. After each chapter there is a practical zone in which you can apply some simple Assess-Decide-Do techniques in order to better understand and implement the flow of each sentence.
But, while I was working on these practical zones I realized there isn’t much information about ADD (Assess- Decide-Do, my life management framework) in the ebook. So, I decided to write a very short booklet about the core principles of ADD. And that, of course, is the first bonus you get when you buy the ebook. You will better understand concepts like Focus or Flow and how they fit in the big picture.
After the first draft things were starting to shape pretty well. But I confess there was still something floating around and it took me a while to understand what it was. I said in the beginning this ebook is no rocket science. So, it must be something practical. Something really useful. At that point, the idea of an assessment booklet, containing an evaluation form for each chapter came naturally.
So, here you are: an ebook, a crash course in ADD and an evaluation booklet.
How To Read It
If you really want to get the best out of it, you should read the book one chapter per day. It’s not that is difficult to read, on the contrary, the chapters are short and the ADD area is really simple. After each day you could write in the assessment booklet your conclusions. Do it for 30 days. It won’t take more than 20 minutes per day. At most. And then come back to the assessment booklet and see where you were when you started it.
Running For My Life - from zero to ultramarathoner
The spooky thing about depression is that it sneaks in. There aren’t really trumpets and loud voices announcing: “Hail, hail, this is depression entering the room, all rise!” Nope. It’s slow, silent, creepy. It doesn’t even look like depression. It starts with small isolation thoughts like: “Maybe I shouldn’t get out today, I just don’t feel like going out”. And then it does the same next day. And then the day after that and so on. And then it starts to whisper louder and louder in your ears: “Why would you go outside, you loser? Didn’t have enough yet? Want more people to make fun of how much of a big, fat loser you are?”
And then you start to breath in guilt and shame, instead of air. Every breathe you take is putting more dark thoughts into your body.
Until you get stuck. You can’t move anymore. At all.
If you want to know how I got out of this space, eventually, check out my latest book on Amazon and Kindle.