You can keep trying, but this is exactly how most of us will become a millionaire. It’s not glamorous like winning the nobel prize but no one will bother you (that’s a good thing when you are wealthy) because no one will ever know you are rich either.
While there is not much we can do about the first two steps of the funnel (besides encouraging town growth and dog ownership), we CAN make some changes to the third, fourth, and fifth steps in the funnel.
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There are prejudices to be shed, before you can believe it’s even possible to amass a million dollars in your life — despite all the disadvantages you currently believe about yourself. You must unapologetically overcome ALL of them, every single one. “I can’t …” won’t get your there.
This is a great post. I have never interviewed anyone one yet but this is a motivation to do so. Also loved the “pay for their time” advise. Thanks for sharing the awesome information! Will be waiting for more of this kind!
Rose and others looking for employment this summer: Retry the babysitting idea. Summer is a good time to babysit. Maybe volunteer a few times first and then use those families as references. Tell everyone you know that you are available to babysit. Use email, Facebook, fliers, word of mouth. Also try offering a set time every week, like Tuesday evenings form 5-9 pm in your home. Parents know they can drop off their children without calling ahead. They really appreciate that. It takes time and persistence to get the word out, butit can be done!
“The single biggest financial mistake I’ve made was not thinking big enough,” writes Cardone. “I encourage you to go for more than a million. There is no shortage of money on this planet, only a shortage of people thinking big enough.”
The Times quoted him as “The master of professional salesmanship.” Richard advises corporate and private clients with real and practical solutions for their business growth within the parameters of customer acquisition, sales, marketing, leadership, management, product pricing, increasing market share, customer care and importantly, people development skills.
“Commit to creating your own mastermind group with amazingly successful people. Sometimes it’s scary at https://youtu.be/rWtjZWcKc8c to approach people that are at a higher level, but once you have one of them say “yes”, it’s easier to get others to say “yes” too.”
I’d wanted to launch my own website since 2010, but it took me five years to find the time to actually do it. Sure, I was pretty busy between 2010 and 2015 trying to make as much money as possible and pursue financial independence. But by 2015, I had enough money in the bank to make work optional and decided to launch Millennial Money to share my story and strategies to become a millennial millionaire.
Nearly every second spent on social media is consumed time. You can’t have that time back. Rather than making your future better, it actually made your future worse. Just like eating bad food, every consumed moment leaves you worse off. Every invested moment leaves you better off.
Damn brother, so thankful I got to meet you in person when you stop by in Seattle. Thank you for sharing your story, it keeps me motivated to grow and achieve greatness, which by the way is a word that I used very frequently now haha. Spain and its people are great, no wonder you’re having so much fun. Cheers!
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2. The President of the largest gas company, Edward Hopson, was a New York utility regulator who later turned AGECO in one of the country’s largest utility holding companies, largely through fraud, served time in jail, lost his fortune, and died institutionalized at 67.
If you want to get 10X or 100X the results of other people in your field, you need to develop strategic “win-win” partnerships. This generally happens when you devise a plan where your skill sets and assets merge with the skill sets and assets of someone else.
Great episode, Lewis! Your guests are great, but the solo episodes work too. This was very valuable and I think it will help anyone who listens to it. Glad you mentioned building an audience – very important for being successful. After all, what good is your website if no one sees it! Hope you do end up doing an episode on building your audience as I think that would be really valuable as well. Keep them coming!