Tuesday, 7 September 2010

Adam Khoo's Millionaire Mindset

Adam Khoo has been an inspiration for me since many years back. I am always following his news and blog closely because I think he is someone who can put things in perspective and in simple form to understand.

I was always wondering how a young chap who was a former school drop out transform himself into a millionaire at age 26 until I found out from one of his newsletter which I subscribe to that he actually start reading massively on Success and Mindset related books at the age of 15 when he decided his first goal to be a millionaire by age 26.

What can we learn from his story? Success is not overnight and it took him 11years of hard work too before he reach his goal. Another classic example is BreadTalk's Founder - George Quek. He too has been in the food industry for more than 20 years before he started BreadTalk and got listed within 2 years!

Morale of the story, do not just look at the success that someone has achieved now but also know the effort that they put in before their success. There is never nothing for something. We reap what we sow!

Have you ever wonder why everyone has only 24 hours in their life and yet some achieve more than the others? I have been pondering this question for many years and today I can confidently says that the main  difference is in the way we think!

There is this book call "Think and Grow Rich" and I use to mock at it because how can anyone just grow rich by thinking? Over the years, it has proven to be true by many other people who is inspired by this book including me.

Studies shows that average person use less than 10% of their brain thinking and spend most of their time taking instructions or asking others who are not any better than themselves for solution. If you can't think effectively, you should at least be able to read. The more you read, the more your brain will exercise and expand your thoughts. Successful people don't stop learning after school, in fact they continue learning as much as before they are successful because they have to handle bigger challenges.

I urged my reader to invest time in reading and if you are not sure where to start, start with Adam Khoo's range of books! I personally own most of them in hardcopy. Now you can get them in softcopy @ http://adamkhoomillionaire.blogspot.com/ which cost less from retail store and easier to keep in your computer, ipad or mobile devices for reading.

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1 comment:

Jonha Ducayag Revesencio said...

I love Adam Khoo too! He has a mindset that helps people to open up their minds in endless possibilities, enthusiasm and optimism.

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