I normally write about mobile marketing. Today I’m writing about billionaires and what they do that makes them successful. Why they do what they do. Where they came from. And why they are different from ordinary folks. I’m doing it in the hope that if you learn these success habits, you will be able to emulate these rich folks and be wealthy too. It has been proven over time if you want to be good at anything, look for someone who is already good at it and follow his footsteps.
When you see a highly decorated military person all dressed up with rows of battle ribbons and awards on their chest, you are looking at someone who courageously faced and conquered danger, hardships, adversities, problems, life-threatening situations, torture, injury, and heartbreak, watching their buddies die terrible deaths. These people had fortitude – the ability to endure and last. They wouldn’t quit, give up or run away. Yes there were times, I’m sure they knew, when they bit off more than they could chew, but through it all when there was doubt – they ate it up – and spit it out – the records show – they took the blows – and did it their way.
Admittedly, all that heady billionaire success has been ingrained into my psyche from very early on in my business career many years ago. Is it achievable? I have already affirmed it. But is it really typically possible for anyone to achieve? Well, since there are currently about 6.8 billion people on the planet with just over a thousand Richest people in the world, I would surmise the ratio would be highly against that happening.
Brian Tracy, renowned world class speaker and multi millionaire said that there is nothing that would make you more unhappy than to realize that there is somebody dumber then you earning more money than you.
Buying a house or a company that’s already working might come at a premium, so the alternative is investing in a franchise. There are franchises that have very affordable license fees. In my region franchises start Youngest Billionaires as low as This is very low compared to the tens of thousands of dollars you need to purchase a license fee for a big name franchise.
Billionaire’s do not let anyone bring them down. There are many people that envy and hate them because they have achieved what those who criticise have not.
Billionaires rarely burn bridges. They maintain contacts with college mates, bankers, suppliers, past employees, key clients and business associates. Even when there is a disagreement, they still keep the door open for future business.