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Millionaire Rule #10 – Solve A Problem

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Becoming a millionaire is a process. You may not like every part of the process, but the parts you do love, can’t be beaten. You might enjoy motivating people or seeing yourself do amazing things with abilities you didn’t know you had. If you are young, and in your twenties, don’t be afraid to try all sorts of things. Figure out what you are good at in your thirties and maximize that in your forties.

 

You can become a millionaire at any age. Regardless of where you are in life, always over deliver in whatever you do. Go above and beyond the call of duty. Work smart and realize that success in a small task can lead to success in much bigger areas of your life. Your efforts will lead to recognition and a huge payoff in the long run.

 

Get in the habit of asking yourself if what you are about to do will advance your cause in becoming a millionaire? If it won’t, then learn to say, ”No.” Spend time with quality people and do not tolerate mediocrity. Take charge of your time and effort. The secret to enduring success is winning over time.

 

Learn how to spot opportunities in your everyday life. When the world seems to be in crisis mode, businesses, as well as people, are in turmoil, and it is only human to want someone or something to make things right. Continue reading →

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New Economy, New Consumer

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New businesses will have failed to notice that consumers are different these days. They have become more knowledgeable, more demanding and less dependable. These changes are of great significance, but, first, it is helpful to look at the background from which they have sprung.

 

Advertising in its earliest form was promoted by the industrial revolution in the 18th century. As manufacturing hit its stride on both sides of the Atlantic and products rolled off assembly lines, firms needed ways to stimulate demand for the goods they were making. Mass advertising started to appear in the 19th century and took off in the 20th. The consumer society that emerged was one where products and services were clearly branded, and brands were designed to reflect appealing values in a bid to differentiate them in the mind of the average shopper. Emotive characteristics were attributed to goods: “if I buy this soap, I will be happy”. Marketers promoted a lifestyle that people were encouraged to aspire to. Advertising was in the business of selling dreams. Continue reading →

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