Millionaire Mindset: Is Your Brain Sabotaging Your Success?

Written by Rick Miller

Copyright 2005 Rick Miller

Have you ever wondered why some people seem to have success with every they do? Do they have some magical power that you don't?

Would you like to quickly get that power?

In a recent interview forrepparttar List Crusade program, T. Harv Eker revealed what he callsrepparttar 135313 Millionaire Mindset-which gives extremely successful individuals what seems to be an "unfair advantage."

(Note: To access T. Harv Eker's complete audio interview for fre^e, see end of article)

Harv isrepparttar 135314 author ofrepparttar 135315 best-selling book, SpeedWealth, as well as several highly-acclaimed courses such as The Millionaire Mind Intensive, Life Directions, Wizard Training and Trainrepparttar 135316 Trainer. He is alsorepparttar 135317 producer and trainer ofrepparttar 135318 world-famous Enlightened Warrior Training.

He went from zero to millionaire in only 2-1/2 years usingrepparttar 135319 Speed Wealth principles he teaches. He shows you how to instantly rid yourself of limiting beliefs that have stopped you from accumulating wealth inrepparttar 135320 past.

According to Harv, your subconscious mind may actually be holding you back fromrepparttar 135321 success you want in business and in life.

The subsconscious is much more powerful than your conscious mind.

It's like an ice berg, most it is beneathrepparttar 135322 surface, and that's usually what sinks ships.

Ideas and misconceptions you formed as a child can affect your life right now. If you believe that money is evil or that money is hard to get, then your success will be limited. Even though you go throughrepparttar 135323 motions to reach your goal, you'll always fall short on something that is critical to your success.

Keep Pounding--In Honor of Sam Mills

Written by Ronnie Kimball

On Thursday, April 21, 2005, we buried a true NFL warrior who was an inspiration offrepparttar field and onrepparttar 135294 field.

The man? Sam Mills, #51.

The Monday before, Sam lost a 2 year battle with intestinal cancer. Not only did he leave behind his wife and 4 kids but he left, not 1, but 2 legacies.

1st legacy-- Sam Mills was one ofrepparttar 135295 hardest hitting linebackers inrepparttar 135296 USFL andrepparttar 135297 NFL. But he spent his career proving that his undersized 5-foot-9 frame wasn't going to keep him from being one of pro football's best.

Not only was Mills a 5-time Pro Bowl linbacker but he holdsrepparttar 135298 distiction of beingrepparttar 135299 only player inrepparttar 135300 Carolina Panthers Hall of Fame.

Add to that: A member of bothrepparttar 135301 New Jersey and Louisiana Sports Halls of Fame, as well as, a statue of Mills outsiderepparttar 135302 Bank of America Stadium withrepparttar 135303 inscription "Leader and Gentleman."

**Sam Mills' former coach, Dom Capers**

"Sam Mills was not only one ofrepparttar 135304 finest football players that I have ever been around, but above and beyond that, he was one ofrepparttar 135305 finest individuals."

And,repparttar 135306 2nd legacy of Sam Mills?

Sam, along with fellow Carolina linebacker Mark Fields, who was likewise diagnosed with cancer in 2003, establishedrepparttar 135307 KEEP POUNDING fund.

The campaign raised more than $211,000 for local research at Blumenthal Cancer Center by selling $1 wristbands that bear Mills' slogan "Keep Pounding."

**From a fan and admirer of Sam Mills**

"I am Austin Wright and I am 10 years old. I began selling Keep Pounding bracelets in honor of my friend Jody Rodgers inrepparttar 135308 fall. I sold over 200 bracelets forrepparttar 135309 foundation, and I hope it helps withrepparttar 135310 research. I will continue to sellrepparttar 135311 bracelets inrepparttar 135312 memory of Sam Mills. I hope this will help others. I pray for you everyday."

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