Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? ©

In order to achieve what you’ve never achieved before, you must be willing to do what you’ve never done before.

While this concept may not be a secret to you, the overwhelming percentage of people who actually apply this principle is staggeringly low. In fact, less than one percent of the population actually work according to this unspoken rule.

Is it any coincidence then, that a corresponding one percent of the American population e https://remontibudowa.com/
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In order to achieve the level of financial success you aspire to, whether it’s to be a millionaire or a multimillionaire, you must be willing to do things you’ve never done before.

Start by thinking differently than you’ve ever thought before. This also means thinking starkly different than the majority of the people you know.

Ah, yes, this is where it becomes more challenging to implement, right?

While this article title, Who wants to be a Millionaire, may have caught the attention of a majority of people, it’s the entrepreneurial mind that is most likely to implement this secret to success.

That’s because the entrepreneur is willing to do things radically different than what currently exists. She’s willing to go out on a limb, take a risk, and perhaps admit she doesn’t know as much as she’d like to. She realizes that this is the first step to increasing her knowledge level, and in so doing, she will reach another level of success.

Do you have the truth-accepting, leadership-mindset or the ego-driven, follower mindset?

Let’s look at the following case studies of two different people who bought the same type of franchise business, with all things being equal — except the business owners. See which person you identify with.

Determine whose strategy you’d be more likely to implement. Business Owner #1, or Business Owner #2. This will give you a hint as to what you need to put into place to reach the level you seek.

Case Study #1:
Business Owner #1, Vera Truthe, thoroughly researched the franchise opportunity before she invested her own money into the purchase of the business.