How’s your financial blueprint?
Don’t worry, I didn’t know either until I read ’s great (and surprisingly funny!) book. If you’re committed to creating financial freedom then my (strong) recommendation is that you add this to your must read (or must re-read as appropriate).
For now? Let’s take a quick look at some of my favorite big ideas (this book is so full of them I had to stop myself at 21!)—from defining financial freedom, learning to play to win (vs. playing not to lose) to seeing how the size of your character determines your response to various sized problems.
What you’ll see is that T. Harv believes strongly in the fact that “Your inner world reflects your outer world” and dedicates a great deal of the book to teaching us how to change our thinking—to re-program ourselves to think and act like rich people do. Let’s get to work on that financial blueprint, shall we?!?
[Note: T. Harv has some a lot of ideas about how we can set up accounts to really get control of our money and set ourselves up for financial freedom (which, btw, he defines as passive income > expenses). I don’t go into detail on that stuff as I’m gonna focus on some of his Big Ideas on the psychology of wealth creation rather than the nuts and bolts. For that (and for the rest of the plethora of Big Ideas), you’ll need to get the book or attend a seminar.]