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أسرار عقل المليونير: إتقان لعبة تحقيق الثراء

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وفقاً لما يقوله خبير التدريب المالي تي. هارف إيكر يعتبر المال ظاهرة فريدة تحتاج فقط إلى فهمها بشكل مناسب حتى نتمكن من استيعابها، في كتاب أسرار عقل المليونير يوضح لنا الكاتب أن نظامنا المالي السابق يؤثر بدرجة كبيرة على الطريقة التي نتعامل بها مع المال وعلى احتمالية اتصافنا بالثراء في المستقبل، يطلق إيكر على صورة الثروة في اللاوعي مسمى المخطط المالي، ويوضح أن ما تعلمناه عن ا ...more
Paperback, الطبعة الثالثة, 210 pages
Published 2007 by مكتبة جرير‎ (first published February 15th 2005)
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Klaudyna Maciąg
Feb 28, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Spodziewałam się, że spotkam tu wiele bzdur i bajdurzenia, ale gdyby odjąć fragmenty "przyłóż palec do głowy i mów sobie, że masz umysł milionera", to byłaby stuprocentowo racjonalna i naprawdę interesująca książka.

Tak czy siak jest naprawdę nieźle. Autor ma ciekawe podejście to tematu, przytacza autentyczne anegdoty i przedstawia takie racje, które bardzo mocno do mnie przemawiają. Nie we wszystko wierzę, nie wszystko zastosuję w swoim życiu, ale sporo tu cennych treści, do których będę wracać
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Konrad Klimczak
Z książką generalnie się zgadzam, ale mam wrażenie że została napisana dla głupków.
Masę drobnych rzeczy, które sprawiały że ciężko było mi przyjąć za prawdę rzeczy, które również uważam za prawdziwe i wartościowe.

"powtarzanie jest matką nauki" - nie, nie jest. Jeśli chcesz coś zapamiętać i tego używać to musisz to zrozumieć, a nie powtarzać.

Albo coś co w ogóle już wytrąciło mnie z równowagi:

"Z drugiej strony, jeśli jesteś nastawiony na zarabianie 50 000 dolarów i przez kilka lat miałeś zastój, n
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Adrian Klimczak
Bardzo pechowe porównanie z tym autobusem, dlatego pierwsza gwiazdka poleciała w dół. Oczywiście jest w tym jakaś prawda, gdyż zgadzam się z autorem, że kwestia nastawienia jest kluczowa i wpływa na nasze decyzje podświadomie i daje lub zabiera energię do działania.
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Jan 22, 2020 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Bardzo coachingowa i mentorska. Mało merytoryczna. Uwierz w siebie, zmień myślenie, nie myśl jak biedny bla bla bla. Jestem na nie
Natalia
Apr 26, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Polecam. Dużo rad, zmienia myślenie. Zakładam dzisiaj konta <3
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