It has been ten days since the Millionaire Mind Intensive seminar ended in the Philippines. I benefited a lot. This recounts the what Millionaire Mind Intensive: Immediately After looks like.
In T. Harv Eker’s book, “The Secrets of the Millionaire Mind” in the chapter “Rich people constantly learn and grow, Poor people think they already know,” he says that those who say the three forbidden words are, more often than not, poor, unhappy, or unsuccessful.
What is the difference between a Millionaire Mind and a normal human being besides money? Simple. Millionaire Minds commit 100% of their time, focus, and energy to whatever it is they are doing. On the other hand, normal human beings do not act on their ideas and if they do, they give just enough to get by. That is the main difference between the rich and successful and the poor and unsuccessful – commitment and focus.
When we think about the Millionaire Mind, or the rich in general, we immediately associate them with luxury, power, comfort, unlimited access, and influence. They are Supermen in their own right because their wealth gives them powers normal human beings can only dream about. It is all over the news. This guy bought an entire island for his family. That guy fed hundreds of thousands of children in Africa. This family controls the world’s financial market. This guy is building a space elevator, and so on. These things are Superhuman in my book. If not, it is as close as we can get to be one.
The Millionaire Mind Intensive Seminar helped me dig-up the deeply seated self-sabotaging preprogrammed feelings that made me what I am today (and soon not to be). Through the methods taught in the seminar, I have come to discover the “behavioral wrench” in the mental-emotional machinery of my being.
The Millionaire Mind Intensive is a financial literacy course based on the T. Harv Eker’s book, Secrets of the Millionaire Mind. In a nutshell, it is a book not about the act of making money, which may be in a gamut of ways BUT rather the inner components of making money. It focuses on the internal aspects of making money. It is a compendium of learnings based on observation of the rich, happy, and successful. So, you may be asking what gives? A lot of books are already about that, say Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill. Well, there are similarities but T. Harv Eker’s Secrets of the Millionaire Mind is first hand, man on the ground, street logic, and procedural. It is not theoretical. This is T. Harv Eker’s own manual to wealth. I will write more extensively about the book in another post.
My vlog has progressed so far. Twenty nine (iamsamgalope Vlog 29 Let’s Make Stuff) to be exact, and I am just starting to blog about them. Anyway, as they say, it is better than never. So for the first ever appearance of my YouTube channel @iamsamgalope, I will share with you my first ever animated full production DIY video. It took me approximately 24 hours to script, shoot, and edit this video but I think the outcome is all worth it.
OwnCloud 9 and Centos 7 OwnCloud does not come a default repository or package in CentOS 7. However, as previously mentioned everything in Linux, especially those that pertain to low level programming, is difficult to say the least.
This post attempts to clarify/unify the procedure on Gammu-MySQL linking. In all honesty, this post should not exist. However, due to the incompatibilities or should I say finicky nature of Gammu as it relates to MySQL, I am left with no choice but to write a guide.
This post is all about MySQL5.7 installation in Centos 7. This shouldn’t be a problem if you are using Centos 6 or other Linux distributions but in Centos 7, it is a totally different ballgame because in the latest stable release of this distribution, MySQL is no more. It is replaced by MariaDB — a MySQL fork by the same guys who built MySQL in the first place. Now, you understand why I resent Oracle.
In this blog post, a concise process of compiling the CMake3 from source code is shared in detail. Cmake3 is an essential tool to have when compiling certain opensource software from scratch. In my case, I came upon it when I delved into the wonderful world of GSM gateways and the GAMMU framework.
There are many reasons why computer users compress their files. The most common reason is to conserve storage. In Linux, there is quite a selection of compression tools available. There’s tar, gzip, bzip2, xz, and a lot more.
HTOP is an interactive process viewer similar to the top command installed in all Linux distributions. It is a free (GPL) process viewer based on the ncurses library. In the most basic sense, top and HTOP are the same except for certain extra functions such as the vertical and horizontal scroll. HTOP also displays all processes, command lines, and process trees running in the system. Unfortunately, HTOP is not installed by default in CentOS 7. There are two ways to install it. The first way is through the epel repository. The other is by compiling the facility from source. This article focuses on the latter and demonstrates the process in detail.
This article details the steps to Build a Centos 7 SMS Gateway from Source. This exists because the steps described in the previous article “Build a CentOS 7 SMS Gateway with Gammu” is fraught with issues. Lest it be misconstrued rather unfairly, what I mean by the term “fraught with issues” is that it works but not totally. In the case at bar, the gammu-smsd utility is missing from the rpms or more succintly, the terminal prompts – gammu-smsd: command not found.