One of the most important books I have read in the past year is T. Harv Eker The Millionaire's Secret . Millionaire Psychological Capital Management Program

I would like to review and share the savings program that Eker calls the "Millionaire Thinking Money Management Plan" in Chapter 14. Eker started his chapter with these words:

[1945900002] The rich manage their money well, the poor mistake their money good

This is a good chapter for me To share with you a summary of the financial management plan will enable you to embark on the right path to building wealth. In all things, it is important to be successful that you take action.

Some people say: "Well, when I get economic development, I will find that I will manage my money.This is a poor man's mind!

Before I share the money management plan, here are some of the wealth principles, and Eker (who is the manager of the company) In his Millionaire Psychological Inspiration Professor.

  • Until You Can Handle What You Have, You Will Never Gain Anything
  • The habit of managing your money is more important than the amount
  • Either control money or control you

So, how do you manage your money? This is a great plan for this book. Remember, it is important to start, not amount. If necessary, start at $ 1; just start!

Prepare six cans ("Jars" can be either literal, or bank accounts or spreadsheets on a category)

Monthly per can.

  1. Financial Freedom Account (10%) – For investment and purchase only or to create a passive income stream. Money has never been spent, only investment. In addition, there is a free financial tank where you deposit every day ($ 1, $ 10, loose changes). Do something daily.
  2. Play account (10%) – Use this money to nurture yourself. Use it for special things in your life. The only guide is that you have to spend money every month. Use it every month to make you feel rich in the way
  3. Education Account (10%) – Reserve money for your education (school, seminar, etc.) or your child's education
  4. Expenditure Account Long Term Savings (10%)
  5. Administration (10%)
  6. Account Required (50%)