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  1. Are you ready for a possible risk?
  2. How much you are open to solving problems.
  3. Are your assistants or partners reliable?
  4. Will there be demand for your products or services?
  5. Will there be additional costs or investments?
  6. Are expectations of profit justified? The result.

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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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Millionaire Rule # 8: Create Value And Know How To Sell It

 

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Creating value and knowing how to sell is an important millionaire rule. Doing one without the other is pointless. As an entrepreneur, there is no more important product or service than to sell your own ideas. With all the technology and information available today, how do you do that? Think like your customer. Make an effort to understand the way that your customer processes ideas. In other words, think like your customer.

 

 

Entrepreneur, Matt Wegrzyn, knew how to create value and how to sell it. He knew there was a need for domain names so he was able to buy and sell domain names beginning at a young age. Some of his best deals sold for over six figures. Anything can happen with a great idea, creativity, and hard work. Matt is living proof. Continue reading →

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Millionaire Rule # 1: Ask Questions

 

 

Ask Questions

 

When two brothers, named McDonald, ordered eight multi-mixers for their hamburger stand in San Bernardino, California, Ray Kroc, a multi-mixer machine salesman, knew he was on to something. He acquired the rights to the McDonald name and opened his first franchise in Des Plaines, Illinois in 1954. The rest, as they say, is history. Ray Kroc, in his fifties, seized the opportunity that was staring him in the face. It was not a complicated concept: hamburgers, French fries, and milkshakes. Today, the average McDonald restaurant franchise brings in a $1.4 million per year.

 

Ray Kroc asked questions about the business he was interested in, how things work, the economy, etc. He created a business model based on his findings by asking questions about the business and what keeps the customers coming back for more. It turned out to be a basic business that money makes money hand over fist. It doesn’t matter what the business is. It can be a product or service, and when you add your value and expertise to the mix, you can be very successful. However, making money is at its core.

 

Another example is a research chemist, Neil McCarthy who started investing in the stock market in the 70’s when he was 34 years of age. When stocks went down, he purchased more contributing to his IRA and 401K. His employer matched it 100% giving him risk-free money. It was during the 90’s bull market when he received a huge payoff because his stock doubled in three years, allowing him to reach $1 million.

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