When it comes to building wealth and finding success in your career, T. Harv Eker is one of those guys who you want to listen to. He is full of advice and inspiration. He’s a passionate guy who is teaching people how to move closer to their financial goals. In short, if you have some desire to create more success and wealth in life, this guy is someone you should tune into.
6 T. Harv Eker Quotes That Can Help You Find The Success And Wealth You Are Looking For
1. Do The Easy Things Habitually
It’s the easy things that we don’t do that make life hard.
We think that finding success is all about doing the hard things, but it’s really about doing good things consistently – and most of those things are easy to do.
For instance, meditation is extremely beneficial to our health, mind, and overall life. It can actually make you more successful in life. As T. Harv Eker says, meditation is easy – you sit for a few minutes and contemplate something or you focus on your breath – but most people will only do it for a few days or weeks and then give up on it. Imagine what it could do for your life if you stuck with it.
Our work habits, health habits, relationship habits, and other habits are what give us the success we want. So, let’s make life less hard on ourselves and do the easy things – that we know are benefiting our lives – habitually.
2. Do What It Takes
Rich people are committed to being rich. Poor people want to be rich.
This is one of my favorite T. Harv Eker quotes. It’s something I have in my work planners and painted on canvas by my desk.
It reminds me that you can’t just sit around and want to be successful. And that in my experience, when it comes to success and manifesting money, you got to be committed to doing what it takes.
3. Focus On What Matters
It’s simple. Your field of focus determines what you find in life.
If you want to be successful, this is a quote to pin up. It’s one of the big reasons why some people are successful and some people aren’t.
For instance, I have a friend who is constantly focused on lack. She comes from a beautiful place where, unfortunately, most people are on some sort of assistance. They spend their days drinking and hanging out on the deck complaining about their neighbors, their government, and their life. Obviously these people are not successful in life as they consistently focus on things that don’t push them anywhere towards success.
When we were young, she used to tell me that she would never end up like them, but here she is – just like them. She is influenced by the people around her and her focus goes where their focus goes – on lack. She consistently says things like:
- There’s not enough jobs.
- There’s not enough opportunities.
- You can’t be successful unless you leave this place.
However, there are some extremely successful people living there. They run businesses, have an entrepreneur spirit, and are amazing people doing amazing things for their community. They live in big homes (that everyone else complains about) and they go on amazing trips and have a high-quality life (that everyone else complains about). Their focus is not on lack – it’s on creating wealth while living in one of the most beautiful places in the country.
Anyone living there could be successful and build wealth. They just have to shift their focus from lack to abundance.
When I suggest business opportunities to my friend that could help her build wealth, her focus on lack doesn’t let her accept that she could actually be really successful and wealthy.
Moreover, she wants to be rich but she doesn’t want to do what it takes.
And, of course, her habits are not in line with success because, sitting around on Facebook spying on old friends will never give you success, no matter how much you would like it to.
Most people I know who are not financially successful have limits on how much they are willing to do, how much they are willing to risk, and how much they are willing to sacrifice.
— T. Harv Eker (@T_Harv_Eker) May 2, 2018
4. Be Your Best Self
There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won’t feel insecure around you.
If your friends, mother, father, brother, sister, spouse, or co-workers are not living up to their potential, that’s not your fault. If they feel small in comparison to you and try to shut down your success by making you feel bad, making fun of you, or getting in your way, you shouldn’t let them.
You shouldn’t hold yourself back from being the best version of yourself that you can be.
Your life is about YOU. You don’t want to finish it and think, “I should have at least tried,” or “I should have done more of what I knew was moving me towards success.” Don’t let other people dictate what kind of success you have in this one, short life.
5. Deliver Value
You will be paid in direct proportion to the value you deliver according to the marketplace
Sometimes I see bloggers putting out really crappy content, and lots of it, to put more money in their pocket. They don’t deliver anything valuable, they just deliver content to get people to their site and to click on their ads. It works for a while, but they don’t last for the long-run.
T. Harv Eker has a course on Mindvalley that teaches you how to become a millionaire while staying true to your ethics and spiritual side (read a review on The Spiritual Laws of Money here), and in it, you learn that you need to deliver massive value to people in order to get a massive income. The more value you deliver, the more you will be paid.
To deliver value, you must be thinking about other people’s needs, wants, and concerns. You have to get out of your own head and figure out what you can do to help other people. When you can do that, you can start to find a type of success (consistent and rewarding) that you will never find by being selfish and focused on delivering crap.
6. Never Stop Learning
The more you learn, the more you earn…and you can take that to the bank!
When I first started blogging, I had some insight into a few different topics. I considered myself quite knowledgeable in those topics and wrote a lot about them. But, if I had stopped learning and just relied on what I knew, I would have never progressed in my blogging and freelance writing career. The more I learned, the more topics I was able to write about easily and with some authority.
This applies to any type of business. The more you learn, the more value you can deliver. And you can also tweak your business, approach, and everything else as you learn about what works and what doesn’t.