The Millionaire Mind Intensive (MMI) is a three-day event that was created by T. Harv Eker, founder of Peak Potentials Training and author of the New York Times best seller, Secrets of the Millionaire Mind. This is my review of the event I personally attended which will give you some insight to whether you should attend one or not.
On the Friday morning when I arrived, I saw that they had staff to serve as ushers to find single seats much like they do at movie theatres since these events usually attract full capacity. About 1/4 of the audience were people who had attended previous MMI events so they do have a good fan base.
The main speaker trainer was not T. Harv Eker himself (which I already knew in advance) but it was one of the trainers from Eker’s company Peak Potentials, who turned out to be a really good speaker. He was also a multimillionaire which secured his credibility in my mind.
In fact, there were a few millionaires in the audience as some past Peak Potentials students were in attendance and have achieved financial freedom. This fact alone made it so different from other events I went to since it was really something to be in the same room and hear from these folks who really found success in terms of wealth.
The energy level was very high as the speaker utilized audience participation every several minutes. This was in complete contrast to your usual Toastmasters event where most of the time, speakers speak and the audience just listens. Here at the Millionaire Mind Intensive, there was constant back and forth demanded by the speaker trainer. There were lots of high fives and declarations.
Personally, I think this was a bit excessive for my taste as I would have preferred maybe about 50% of the amount of audience participation but then again, it was a very long three days that went into evening sessions and the audience seemed to eat it up without anybody falling asleep. To continue with the high energy, after each break, they played dance music and invited eager audience members to come on stage to dance away. They had no problems filling up the stage each time.
The content was quite sound in my opinion. They covered financial beliefs, attitudes and went into some financial wealth strategies, all presented in a fun, high energy way. They used a lot of partner work as well. Some I liked and some I honestly did not. But again, the vast majority of the audience seemed to love every minute.
Of course as expected, the presenter spent time to pitch the more advanced and expensive courses by Peak Potentials. Interestingly enough, these pitches were done in a way that I didn’t actually mind sitting through. The Millionaire Mind Intensive just scratches the surface of many of the topics that Peak Potentials cover so I expect that the real ‘how-to’ material will be in the advanced courses.
Would I recommend people to attend the Millionaire Mind Intensive? The answer is yes, if one wants to achieve financial freedom. This is an event where you will get a good introduction to the modern concepts of achieving high wealth and freedom. It will take the advance courses to teach you the main details but at least the MMI will really get you thinking.