So, you want to be a Millionaire? Some advice

We are in the best of times and the worst of times. In most places finding a job is now hard and scarce, with many people are facing employment insecurity.   Regular jobs sometimes offer flex-time, which puts a J-O-B on a par with starting your own business.

The income freedom that you are seeking has remained elusive for many, where as a salary, however meagre it may be, is predictable.


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Ask yourself these questions:

  1. Where is your company headed? (Mission statement, leadership, integrity issues . . .)
  2. What is your life mission?
  3. Do you have a genuine, trusted role model who exemplifies true devotion to the company and its substance?
  4. Is your “mentor” successful on the level you’re striving for?
  5. Who is your target audience?
  6. How appealing does your product/service appear if you remove the compensation?
  7. What is your basis of emphasis — is it about “you” or “them”?
  8. How are you planning to upgrade your lifestyle when you double your income?
  9. Do you have a clear-cut work program designed to generate your immediate and short-term goals?
  10. Is your belief locked in enough to sustain you through disappointments and setbacks?
  11. Are you willing to learn to lead from the back of the room?
  12. Are you patient? Answering these questions should give you clarity about what you want and what you’re willing to sacrifice to make it happen.


At the beginning any business, you are entering what I call the Bun Syndrome.

  • We’ve got “buns going in” (new distributors),
  • “buns cooking” (beginning builders),
  •  “buns browning” (leaders developing)
  • and “buns leaving the oven” (advanced leaders on the way to millionaire status).

Ask yourself one more question, “If you continue to think like you’ve always thought, you’ll continue to get what you’ve always gotten.  Is it enough?”

As I continue to re-invent myself, I realise that I cannot ask people to do what I am not currently doing, nor can I expect them to exceed the pace I set.

Every business which earns 1000 dollars or even one that has earned over five million dollars all continually field test to see what is effective in their marketplace.

Everything works some of the time and nothing works all of the time.  We must be ever vigilant to examine ways of expanding when the economy fluctuates.

It is imperative that you stay open to breakthrough thinking and give the industry a three-year internship commitment.  Then, get ready for the most thrilling time of your life.

If you truly want to become a millionaire in a business, your own mindset and behaviour must reflect financial success.  Remember: “likes” to attract “likes” and “winners” gravitate toward other “winners.”

It is all about LUCK:  Labouring Under Certain Knowledge. The best part is— you create your own luck.

Originally posted 2019-09-19 23:39:15.


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