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How to pick if your co-worker is a Millionaire.

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Jim Rohn once said, ‘Formal education wiIl make you a living. Self education will make you a fortune‘. What investment have you made after your formal education has finished to improve yourself? That is what will determine your future. Your job will support your bills and determine your quality of life.

It’s been a while since I’ve been to school but I don’t recall any classes that taught us how to start a business or become an entrepreneur. Then again maybe I shouldn’t have signed up for Woodwork, but I learnt later in life that school taught us skills that we could use to become a blue collar worker.

As far as I can see, the current curriculum at school will continue to teach and condition the average person in their early years (5-18) to become a salary paid worker and nothing more. So why the title ‘Your co-worker could be a Millionaire?’ The answer is below but it’s simple economics. If your co-worker reviewed other income streams or businesses that they could work alongside their full-time job without interrupting their day-to-day life – the likelihood of them quitting their job and creating a million dollars is greater than ever before in history.

Why? There are 19% more Millionaires this year than there were last year and over 80% of the new (female) Millionaires (in the US) have done so through home based businesses. 80% of them…I almost fell over, what a encouraging statistic.

I have seen over 250 new Millionaires working the home based business system I use from home – most of these new Millionaires were individuals like you and me. However, they stepped outside the normal parameters of how they made money, pushed aside their self-limiting beliefs with what may hold them back, shunned the negative people from their lives who tried to pull them back into the norm and tried something new! They succeeded. I love those stories. I love helping create those stories too!

These days 98% of people retire without enough money to enjoy their retirement. This doesn’t really seem fair I thought. Especially after you have spent more time working a job than anything else in your entire life. Not only that, what I hear more often than not is people don’t love what they do.

To conclude, think about the average income vs. average outgoings(debt). Do you think this should mean the average person would be living a grand life? It should, but sadly this isn’t the case.

The question I have is this. When would be a good time for you to review an option from home that doesn’t interfere with your day to day life, that has the potential to secure your family another income stream, gain more tax advantages and with time and effort create you more than a million dollars? I’ll leave that up to you.

So how do you know if your co-worker is a Millionaire? Just have another look at the photo! Your co-worker quit and your work load just doubled. Make that change – thousands of others are have already done so.

Committed to your Success – Dale Folland.

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