Life is always happening. We, and I include myself in this, like to tell ourselves that we “can’t” do something for one reason or another because “life” stuff gets in the way. But, life stuff is always, always, always happening. Work stress. Conflict within and without. Family. Chores. Relationships. There’s always an upcoming holiday, a […]

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Life is Always Happening — Sacred OakHeart

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When you discover your mission…it will fill you with enthusiasm and a burning desire to get to work on it. -W. Clement Stone #quotes #sayings #proverbs #thoughtoftheday #quoteoftheday #motivational #inspirational #inspire — Motivational Quotes for the Day

Book Review-Cracking The Millionaire Code by Mark Victor Hansen & Robert G. Allen

Do you ever drive around in high-end neighborhoods and wonder what makes these people so rich and maybe even wealthy? What do they do differently than the rest of the 99% of the population that consists of the higher, middle, and lower socioeconomic classes? The book, Cracking The Millionaire Code, reveals how to crack this code that very few people end up doing throughout life.

Mark Victor Hansen and Robert G. Allen reveal 4 codes throughout the book that we must find for ourselves in order to reach our dreams. The first is the Destiny Code. What is it that puts us in flow? What is it that gives us fulfillment and joy in our lives? What are we naturally good at? We must find out through personal reflection of our past and in feedback from our peers that know us the best.

After the Destiny Code, there is something that Hansen and Allen classify as the Prism Code. This is known as “the vehicle you navigate down that path.” One simple idea could make the difference in being stuck at the lower or middle class and moving up to the world class. Look at Mark Zuckerberg with Facebook as an example. He simply built an idea that was based on social networking sites such as internet chat rooms and Myspace.

The third code is called the Angel Code. No one can do big things alone, so we must build our success team. Look at Steve Jobs for example. He built Apple Computers with the help of being able to use his parents garage and having his partner, Steve Wozniak, along with other friends who would help him out. This applies not only to business partners, but to other pillars of life as well. Are you and your significant other going in the same direction, or are you growing apart? How about friends within your social circle?

The last code classifed by Hansen and Allen is the Star Code. This is where we train ourselves to use our inner voice as a guide and block out all the other bullshit that others try to shove down our throats. This is also where we may learn to listen to and trust what God is telling us. In reality, nobody has a better interest in us than ourselves or God.

Cracking The Millionaire Code is a great read for any aspiring entrepreneur and for people who want to produce more income. Hansen and Allen also highlight the simple fact that if we want to become millionaires, we simply need to act and think like one, similar to the law of attraction. Buying things that will appreciate, such as real estate, shares in the stock market, investing in a business idea, and even self-education for our brains, will pave our way towards becoming millionaires. Happy reading!

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