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THINK LIKE A MULTIMILLIONAIRE: LEAVE THE 9 TO 5 BEHIND. The world has led you to believe that financial freedom is not something you can willfully create in your life. You have been taught to view wealth as something that happens only to a lucky few who win a random business lottery or are blessed with unimaginable talent. The TRUTH is that creating excessive financial w THINK LIKE A MULTIMILLIONAIRE: LEAVE THE 9 TO 5 BEHIND. The world has led you to believe that financial freedom is not something you can willfully create in your life. You have been taught to view wealth as something that happens only to a lucky few who win a random business lottery or are blessed with unimaginable talent. The TRUTH is that creating excessive financial wealth does not come down to luck or talent. It comes down simply to your beliefs, understanding, and views--the "pillars" that reinforce your every action. Alex Becker not only breaks down the most important pillars for you, but also shows you how to bring them into your life TODAY to begin generating lifelong financial freedom. DISCOVER HOW TO: Successfully quit your 9 to 5 and take back your life without taking massive financial risks. Separate your time from money so that you are constantly getting paid (even in your sleep). Understand the lessons multimillionaires have learned through years of trial and error. Map out the exact steps needed to build million-dollar businesses. Skip time-wasting mistakes and learn how to make money quickly by focusing solely on what gets you paid.


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THINK LIKE A MULTIMILLIONAIRE: LEAVE THE 9 TO 5 BEHIND. The world has led you to believe that financial freedom is not something you can willfully create in your life. You have been taught to view wealth as something that happens only to a lucky few who win a random business lottery or are blessed with unimaginable talent. The TRUTH is that creating excessive financial w THINK LIKE A MULTIMILLIONAIRE: LEAVE THE 9 TO 5 BEHIND. The world has led you to believe that financial freedom is not something you can willfully create in your life. You have been taught to view wealth as something that happens only to a lucky few who win a random business lottery or are blessed with unimaginable talent. The TRUTH is that creating excessive financial wealth does not come down to luck or talent. It comes down simply to your beliefs, understanding, and views--the "pillars" that reinforce your every action. Alex Becker not only breaks down the most important pillars for you, but also shows you how to bring them into your life TODAY to begin generating lifelong financial freedom. DISCOVER HOW TO: Successfully quit your 9 to 5 and take back your life without taking massive financial risks. Separate your time from money so that you are constantly getting paid (even in your sleep). Understand the lessons multimillionaires have learned through years of trial and error. Map out the exact steps needed to build million-dollar businesses. Skip time-wasting mistakes and learn how to make money quickly by focusing solely on what gets you paid.

30 review for The 10 Pillars of Wealth: Mind-Sets of the World's Richest People

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mike Morgenstein

    In this fantastic book the author Alex Becker sets out to delineate the 10 most important concepts and mindstates behind getting rich in "Pillars" (that are the fancy equivalent of chapters). In each Pillar would find a notion to reject or except, or a mind-state, which then gets expounded upon in greater detail. The author is concise and to the point and incorporates a plethora of very good and relevant real-world examples. Pillar 1 ("Rejecting Getting Rich Slow") for example, refutes the glorif In this fantastic book the author Alex Becker sets out to delineate the 10 most important concepts and mindstates behind getting rich in "Pillars" (that are the fancy equivalent of chapters). In each Pillar would find a notion to reject or except, or a mind-state, which then gets expounded upon in greater detail. The author is concise and to the point and incorporates a plethora of very good and relevant real-world examples. Pillar 1 ("Rejecting Getting Rich Slow") for example, refutes the glorified notion that the "right way" to be successful is to go to college, get a degree, work everyday for a salary; weekends off; spread out vacations, with slightly inclined pay raises and a good enough salary to eventually retire semi-satisfactorily later in life. Apparently, they say that it's "safer" to minimize risks (that the wealthiest self-made millionaires take) in your career and life just to insure a more guaranteed path to success and financial freedom. The author utterly rejects this notion in the same way that MJ Demarco jettisoned these same universally held beliefs in his masterpiece 'The Millionaire Fastlane'. Demarco's book bears a striking resemblance to this one but thats not surprising because his life-path and entrepreneurship essential bears many resemblances to Becker's as well. Both these books I must mention are the finest i've read in self-development and success. Pillar 4 ("Knowing Every Little Thing is 100% Your Fault") has to do with mind-state and as it's title states believing that every action you take is 100% your fault, and that when you take responsibility for all your circumstances; despite it's uncorrelated nature with your volition, you become more adept at manipulating your life situation. This as you may notice is a very common mindstate of the very successful (check Gary Vaynerchuck for example). No surprise here, but a little flavor added with the author's humor and personality. Pillar 6 ("Forgetting 'What If' And Focusing On 'What Is') is similar to Pillar 4 in a sense of the mindstate needed to endure, and most importantly get started. Many times in life we play hypothetical scenarios in our head of what will result in the actions we take rather than just taking them and calibrating, figuring out, and learning from them there and then. Pillar 8 ("Focusing Solely On What Gets You Paid") is a plan of action that states that you should put most if not all your efforts on the activities you undertake that ultimately get you paid. Other less profitable tasks should be outsourced and overall there will be a net benefit. Brian Tracy outlined this concept in his book I just read named 'Eat The Frog'. In the book, Tracy has a concept called the Law of 3s. The concept behind it is if you prioritize and focus on the 3 most important tasks you will ultimately achieve the best results and a higher salary. Even Gary Vee talks about focusing on what gets you paid. There's a "Secret Pillar" that is very motivational. There's a bonus chapter that talks about the different kinds of online companies you can start and it outlines the details of each. I can write an exposition on every Pillar but I just chose to mention a few that I found trenchant and engaging. There were many profound revelations for me when reading the text. Overall I loved it - it was a masterpiece...Surprisingly written by someone only a few years older than me. Time to get to work.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Cara

    Solid foundation of mindset for wealth. Pillar 1: Rejecting Get Rich Slow (normal career model is riskier than being an entrepreneur) Pillar 2: Separating Time from Money 3. Accepting that you must be better than everyone else 4. Knowing everything little thing is 100% your fault (responsibility) 5. Adopting an abundance mindset 6. Forgetting “what if” And focusing on “what is”—just address the #1 thing right in front of you right now. Then the next. Then the next. 7. Mapping out actions that achiev Solid foundation of mindset for wealth. Pillar 1: Rejecting Get Rich Slow (normal career model is riskier than being an entrepreneur) Pillar 2: Separating Time from Money 3. Accepting that you must be better than everyone else 4. Knowing everything little thing is 100% your fault (responsibility) 5. Adopting an abundance mindset 6. Forgetting “what if” And focusing on “what is”—just address the #1 thing right in front of you right now. Then the next. Then the next. 7. Mapping out actions that achieve goals (basically top-down stepwise refinement) 8. Focus solely on what gets you paid (and realize this shifts as you advance—formal high-level tasks become low-level tasks to be delegated) 9. You have to understand people to get money 10. Competitive friends and suitable mentors (not Wayne Gretzky, someone 6 months or 1 year ahead of you) 11. Decide and commit to be wealthy no matter what 3 types of biz: Cash flow (ex. Aff marketing, info products, marketing agency)—best to start but limited scaling High Investment Scalable—app, SaaS—take money from Cash Flow biz to start one of these, then sell it later Long-term Investment—bars , apartment buildings, etc. —invest $$ from other two to buy these safe, comfy assets Freebies at alexbecker.org/go Highlights: P 61 “Nick on the other hand takes $30k of his $100k a month and hired a developer ($10k), a designer ($5k), a support team ($5k), and a content creator ($10k) to help with his business. “ => 40 hours of work per day, better work, faster growth. Spend 30% on staff. P 79 Think like you’re already successful. “If i we’re a freak-of-nature genius business máster capable of anything in the world, how would I handle this situation?” P 96 find people who have done what you want to do and ask them: 1. How to fix the problems you have now 2. What problems you’re about to have that you don’t see coming P 105 “There is no death penalty for failing at business. You just get bad credit and are poor for a while.” P 111 Keep abundance in your life and keep giving yourself proof of abundance by continually expanding any by doing anything possible to create more wealth. P 123 Redefine mistake as “a lesson that will make you money in the future,” instead of “a reason not to take action. P 211 The Official Get Rich Guide yo Info Marketing by Dan Kennedy

  3. 4 out of 5

    Bas

    Short summary: 1. Work hard, be reckless, get really lucky 2. Be ignorant about survivorship bias

  4. 5 out of 5

    Henrik Haapala

    The ten pillars: 1. Rejecting getting rich slowly 2. Separating time from money 3. Accepting that you must be better than everyone else 4. Knowing every little thing is 100% your fault 5. Adopting an abundance mind-set 6. Forgetting “what if” and focusing on “what is” 7. Mapping out actions that achieve goals 8. Focusing solely on what gets you paid 9. People give money to people that get people (understanding others) Finding competitive friends and suitable mentors

  5. 5 out of 5

    Paula Duarte

    Great book to think about our own business, and how we can improve the results.

  6. 4 out of 5

    KD

    I liked most parts of this book. I was satisfied with the freedom Alex has and enjoyed numbers $ he provided - that's amazing, big money always fire you up. In my opinion this book could have been way more interesting, if the author shared his path in specific details, because it looks like a dry description now. The main topic which is the core of this book is that you have to become rich, but there's more components to it, because to build any successfull business from scratch is not a simple ta I liked most parts of this book. I was satisfied with the freedom Alex has and enjoyed numbers $ he provided - that's amazing, big money always fire you up. In my opinion this book could have been way more interesting, if the author shared his path in specific details, because it looks like a dry description now. The main topic which is the core of this book is that you have to become rich, but there's more components to it, because to build any successfull business from scratch is not a simple task by any means. I wish I could read about mistakes Alex did while building his businesses, and how he recovered from them, but instead I had to read about some theory and his general thoughts. My rating: 3.5/5

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kerry (KerryAnn.Reads)

    I could do without the comparison of making money in your business to getting lucky with a beautiful woman, but outside of that, this book was extremely motivating to anyone who wants to make big moves in their career! It is definitely easy to read and fully understand for a business newbie.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ciarán Murray

    While I don't agreed with Alex's somewhat reckless spending habits for people that haven't that money yet, I really agree with his point of outsourcing work. While I don't agreed with Alex's somewhat reckless spending habits for people that haven't that money yet, I really agree with his point of outsourcing work.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ilona

    I'm always suspicious of people that are overly excited about the Wolf of Wall Street, so we'll need a grain of salt with this one. In general, this is a quick and fun read. I'm always suspicious of people that are overly excited about the Wolf of Wall Street, so we'll need a grain of salt with this one. In general, this is a quick and fun read.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Barry

    The bible for solo entrepreneurs and growth minded businesses Some things really hit home and unsettled me in the book. In a good way. I'm a reasonable successful entrepreneur who works from home and have a handful of employees. However, I have hit a plateau and needed a wake up call. This book was it. I've started taking massive action already, and I already made over 20 times what the book cost me, on the very day I started reading it (I focused on what mattered and contacted an old client and m The bible for solo entrepreneurs and growth minded businesses Some things really hit home and unsettled me in the book. In a good way. I'm a reasonable successful entrepreneur who works from home and have a handful of employees. However, I have hit a plateau and needed a wake up call. This book was it. I've started taking massive action already, and I already made over 20 times what the book cost me, on the very day I started reading it (I focused on what mattered and contacted an old client and made a sale...one of the pillars in this book) Simple but full of wisdom at the same time. Game. Changer. Go get it.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Bernier

    This book is a disgrace and insult to my intelligence and any other person who reads it. I am quite surprised that so many people rated it high. My self-esteem is high enough to not need this schmuck who hides behind his luxury cars in YouTube videos to talk down to me. A loser in every sense of the word with a business model more concerned with making himself rich than making the world a better place.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Adam

    Nuggets of Truth: Low investment high return business Learning to sell better is my main focus You want to be rich but you keep choosing to be poor When you think big you'll do big and you'll win big LTI long term investment business Nuggets of Truth: Low investment high return business Learning to sell better is my main focus You want to be rich but you keep choosing to be poor When you think big you'll do big and you'll win big LTI long term investment business

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kurtis

    In pillar 8, Alex Becker tells us to just get out there and do it! He tells you not to read books because they’re distracting you from your money making activities but then proceeds to say his book is one exception because it provides you with the right mindset to be “10 times” more effective. This is crazy! This book is a regurgitation of typical self help advice and nothing in it is unique or especially valuable. I’ve read other books that do a much better job of getting you to success without In pillar 8, Alex Becker tells us to just get out there and do it! He tells you not to read books because they’re distracting you from your money making activities but then proceeds to say his book is one exception because it provides you with the right mindset to be “10 times” more effective. This is crazy! This book is a regurgitation of typical self help advice and nothing in it is unique or especially valuable. I’ve read other books that do a much better job of getting you to success without the focus on getting wealthy. When it comes down to it, in anything we do, we need to provide value. If you focus on wealth you’re much closer to being a con man than providing value. This book appears to follow the well work path of so many gurus of the past: “I’ve been so successful (look at all these numbers-always revenue, never profit- and my expensive cars) that I want to pass my secrets onto you for the cheap price of $19.99. Not because I need the money but because I care so much for you.” All while their “course” provides magnitude more verifiable money than any business they were involved in ever did! Also, the use of scammers as your examples and models just further highlights this. If you admire scammers, you’re probably a scammer yourself. Especially when there are so many good examples out there. I will say, while I don’t know Alex from Adam, but in quick Google it does appear Alex has had some level of success outside this business, though software requires a specific skill set that 98% of people reading this book won’t have. While this book might be good for some, most would be much better off “doing”, as Alex himself suggests, or reading different books on paths to success or mindset that provide more original ideas. I gave this book 2 stars instead of 1 because if not for the constant focus on how much money Alex has made, it provides an average framework.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Brendan Barrett

    Alex Becker is not trying to be a self-help author. Which is a smart idea, because that would have failed. What he did was what any author should do: he spoke to everything he knows about the topic of mindset in wealth building, real practical ideas that anyone can take and run with, and makes everything very simple. He's also a pretty funny guy. It comes through in his writing as much as it does in his videos. I think this is surprisingly something I will come back to and listen to again, which i Alex Becker is not trying to be a self-help author. Which is a smart idea, because that would have failed. What he did was what any author should do: he spoke to everything he knows about the topic of mindset in wealth building, real practical ideas that anyone can take and run with, and makes everything very simple. He's also a pretty funny guy. It comes through in his writing as much as it does in his videos. I think this is surprisingly something I will come back to and listen to again, which is very rare for me to do with a self-help book let alone an audiobook. Worth it if you want ideas on how you can become an entrepreneur as a full-time worker including real business models and insight on different levels of entrepreneurship, company start-ups, and wealth building. 4/5 stars only because I wish there were more anecdotes. There are some in there but those are the most interesting parts to me in these types of books.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Angela Martinez

    This is a quick read. Very nice to go through once. The author gives a lot of good advice and provides realistic examples. What I liked about this book is that it was motivational in a sense: It gives you practical ideas that help you believe becoming wealthy is possible. I also like his writing style. Though many of the pillars were familiar to me, he makes them concrete. One of my favorite concepts is the idea of tackling "what is" instead of "what if," meaning that when starting a business, y This is a quick read. Very nice to go through once. The author gives a lot of good advice and provides realistic examples. What I liked about this book is that it was motivational in a sense: It gives you practical ideas that help you believe becoming wealthy is possible. I also like his writing style. Though many of the pillars were familiar to me, he makes them concrete. One of my favorite concepts is the idea of tackling "what is" instead of "what if," meaning that when starting a business, you should focus on the problems you have now instead of worrying about potential future problems. Also, the chapter about focusing on what get's you paid and delegating is super helpful, and his last chapter breaking down different types of business is a helpful guide to brainstorm about how to start or scale your business to maximize profits.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Noer

    Alex Becker sheds light on what it takes to become rich. The conclusion? It's not easy, and you'd have to be slightly insane if you really want to undertake the challenge. You have to "choose to become rich, and do whatever it takes to get there". Through several anecdotes Becker illustrates how he has attained the discussed mindsets in order to reach a high level himself. He writes in a conversational tone, which makes the reading easily consumable. Each pillar represents a mind shift you need Alex Becker sheds light on what it takes to become rich. The conclusion? It's not easy, and you'd have to be slightly insane if you really want to undertake the challenge. You have to "choose to become rich, and do whatever it takes to get there". Through several anecdotes Becker illustrates how he has attained the discussed mindsets in order to reach a high level himself. He writes in a conversational tone, which makes the reading easily consumable. Each pillar represents a mind shift you need to make, in order to put yourself in a better spot for success. {{ TO BE CONTINUED }} He made one thing very clear: in order to escape the 9-5 tyranny, the only way is to get into business. Preferably something with software. Considering the market, it seems about right.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kraig

    Alex Becker knows his $h1t Look say what you will about Becker, Or his courses or his products. That being said one thing that cannot be argued is he knows how to get rich.. he understands how to construct a plan to make his business work together and he can F#$&ing sell like no one's business. This is probably my favorite book I've read this year and I've read many. Not all new concepts and ideas to me but some good nuggets in here. I will probably re read and gift a few copies. Alex Becker knows his $h1t Look say what you will about Becker, Or his courses or his products. That being said one thing that cannot be argued is he knows how to get rich.. he understands how to construct a plan to make his business work together and he can F#$&ing sell like no one's business. This is probably my favorite book I've read this year and I've read many. Not all new concepts and ideas to me but some good nuggets in here. I will probably re read and gift a few copies.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Damian Michalak

    Very good book for anyone looking into getting into their own business. The rules are on point and I believe they will be very helpful for people making first steps towards financial freedom. I especially enjoyed a brief form of the book and the examples that were short but at the same time very descriptive. Why then 4 and not 5 stars? It’s actually quite simple - I didn’t find in this lecture any eye-opening fact or something that I didn’t know before. But for you it may very well end up being Very good book for anyone looking into getting into their own business. The rules are on point and I believe they will be very helpful for people making first steps towards financial freedom. I especially enjoyed a brief form of the book and the examples that were short but at the same time very descriptive. Why then 4 and not 5 stars? It’s actually quite simple - I didn’t find in this lecture any eye-opening fact or something that I didn’t know before. But for you it may very well end up being a 5-star book :) Highly recommended.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Hill Krishnan

    Two stars because it has some value for any beginners of a business. However, the examples he used are frauds. So, 3 stars off. Jordan Belford (wolf of Wall Street) to com mizra (in jail for scam). Really? You couldn’t find role models of honest business people to use as examples? It shows in writing also that the author looks up to these people a lot and doesn’t care about ethics of business rather than the single goal of making large amount of money in short time. Wrong message to give it to y Two stars because it has some value for any beginners of a business. However, the examples he used are frauds. So, 3 stars off. Jordan Belford (wolf of Wall Street) to com mizra (in jail for scam). Really? You couldn’t find role models of honest business people to use as examples? It shows in writing also that the author looks up to these people a lot and doesn’t care about ethics of business rather than the single goal of making large amount of money in short time. Wrong message to give it to young aspiring entrepreneurs.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    The 10 Pillars of Wealth is a book that focuses highly on the mindset side of wealth building. The author makes a significant effort to "keep it real" and steer you in the right direction with your wealth-building goals. The information itself is quite good. However, it's nothing you haven't already heard if you read this genre a lot, and it can be a bit redundant. Overall, it's a decent read and pretty short. The 10 Pillars of Wealth is a book that focuses highly on the mindset side of wealth building. The author makes a significant effort to "keep it real" and steer you in the right direction with your wealth-building goals. The information itself is quite good. However, it's nothing you haven't already heard if you read this genre a lot, and it can be a bit redundant. Overall, it's a decent read and pretty short.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Abhinav

    Some pillars and constant reinforcement by Author is compelling and good learning too... As Zig Ziglar once said - "People often say that motivation doesn't last. Well, neither does bathing - that's why we recommend it daily." It's a good daily bath of entrepreneurial motivation and being financially independent. Some pillars and constant reinforcement by Author is compelling and good learning too... As Zig Ziglar once said - "People often say that motivation doesn't last. Well, neither does bathing - that's why we recommend it daily." It's a good daily bath of entrepreneurial motivation and being financially independent.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Alex Metcalfe

    I've followed Alex a while on Youtube and like his style; direct, self-deprecating, and to the point. I knew a few of the pillars already from other finance books, but was some real gold in there. The last chapter is a real highlight. Alex clearly knows his stuff and I know I'll be reading this book again very soon. I've followed Alex a while on Youtube and like his style; direct, self-deprecating, and to the point. I knew a few of the pillars already from other finance books, but was some real gold in there. The last chapter is a real highlight. Alex clearly knows his stuff and I know I'll be reading this book again very soon.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Colin Barnaby

    Though the information in it is valid, the delivery wasn't impactful, and the processes outlined seemed too narrow - essentially pushing you towards e-commerce. The premise, create automated systems for wealth. It's delivery of this message? There's a reason "E-Myth Revisited" is the go-to and not this. Forgettable, avoidable. Though the information in it is valid, the delivery wasn't impactful, and the processes outlined seemed too narrow - essentially pushing you towards e-commerce. The premise, create automated systems for wealth. It's delivery of this message? There's a reason "E-Myth Revisited" is the go-to and not this. Forgettable, avoidable.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Nellie LW

    It's a great book that challenges one to act . The pillars work together and are all well explained.My take home was-Take full responsibility including faults in your business,ensure you are really good at it,focus on what gets you paid and forget the what ifs and embrace the what is. It's a great book that challenges one to act . The pillars work together and are all well explained.My take home was-Take full responsibility including faults in your business,ensure you are really good at it,focus on what gets you paid and forget the what ifs and embrace the what is.

  25. 4 out of 5

    sean hanney

    Good easy read I'm basically a newbie but this book is enlightening and I plan to read it again. This time, I'll take notes. This book also inadvertently triggered some self reflection on unrelated topics. 2x win. Good easy read I'm basically a newbie but this book is enlightening and I plan to read it again. This time, I'll take notes. This book also inadvertently triggered some self reflection on unrelated topics. 2x win.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Adam Jun Hong

    I stopped at the 7th pillars due to due date from library, but the first 6 pillars are great and really broaden your perspective, like how everything is your fault, even if a drunk driver were to crash at you, how getting rich quick is actually lower risk than getting rich slowly.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kristijonas Vasiliauskas

    Loved the author! Loved his approach! He used very simple to understand but very acurate examples of 10 pillars of wealth. Felt connection with the experience of the author. Another great book about wealth and mindset of extremely wealthy people!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Avishay Kadouri

    Very inspiring book! This book is present you the 10 pillars to wealth (according to the author) and help you build a mindset of a truly successful and rich person. This book is practical and you can implement the lessons and mindsets from this book quickly.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Simple

    The 10 Pillars Of Wealth #My_Takeaway : - Reject getting rich slow. - Separate time from MONEY. - Increase the value of your time. - The biggest thing holding people back is believing they are average or not good enough. - Adopt an abundance mind-set. - Hurry up and get it wrong. - What if you are poor for the rest of your life? - Focus solely on what gets you paid. - Find competitive friends. - Decide to become wealthy. - Money is the exchange of power between people.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Karina

    Practical, down to earth advice on entrepreneur mindset. No law of attraction, no woo-woo stuff, just 10 attitude shifts you need to adapt to run successful business.

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