Think Big. Dream Big. You can do it.

Think millions and billions of dollars every year! You can do it! It’s very much possible no matter who or how old you are, and it’s as simple as believing in yourself. For all those who did not believe in the last statement I just made, please get the hell off my website and close your browser because what i’m about to say will hurt your precious little ears.

Everyone always has the thought of becoming rich somehow, but they did it the wrong way. They did it the traditional, middle class way: Working overtime for money, buying lottery tickets and scratchers, and working up the corporate ladder. Let me tell you something. Look at Bill Gates, Donald Trump, Robert Kiyosaki, Steve Madden, Oprah Winfrey, Magic Johnson, and just recently the teenage millionaire Ashley Qualls. Tell me, are they employed? Are they clocking in everyday? Are they trying to work hard to earn a high spot in a company? Oh heeeellll naw! Answer this: Are these moguls engineers, accountants, or surgeons who must take continuing education to get somewhere? Again, No. These people have worked hard for their place in the sun. I’m not saying that the working class do not, but these people think smart, act smart, and do things quicky. Do not think for a second that I think it’s not good for people to be architects or scientists, because in order to life a fulfilling and happy life one must love what they do, and we need people like those mentioned to keep our society diverse and running. Making crucial decisions while under pressure with no money whatsoever is not for the faint of heart, or those who do not enjoy it. You have to remember that you must be true to yourself, and anything that you do half-heartedly will end up failing in a short amount of time. So now you ask, how do I make millions? Ask yourself: How creative am I? How much time am I willing to spend on an idea that MIGHT work? How am I going to organize my day? How resourceful am I? Please read my next post on 5 Steps to Making it Big for more infomation on these questions.

If you have a chance, read the New York Bestseller called The Millionaire Mind by Thomas Stanley, he’s got great points on how millionaires have a different approach on life and how they go against the grain in order to acheive success. One of the things they did was very simple (Hint: It’s the title of this subject.) Yes! They thought BIG. They thought ENORMOUS. They believed in themselves, when everyone thought they couldn’t. Here’s an exact quote from Will Smith who played Chris Gardner in the Pursuit of Happyness: “If you have a dream, you’ve got to protect it. People can’t do something themselves, they wanna tell you, you can’t do it. You want something, go get it. Period.” I memorized that verbatim. That movie made me cry, and usually movies don’t make me feel sad at all. I saw reviews and comments for the film, saying the first parts of the movie were too slow, there could have been better dialog, etc. All I have to say is “DUDE, YOUR MISSING THE FREAKIN POINT!” Listen to quote I just told you, and now listen to those comments about the movie. You see what i’m trying to say? There’s a reason why people like Chris Gardner make it to the top while other people continue with their critiques and pessimitic attitudes. No wonder they file for a W-2 every year, and feel scared out of their minds all the time of being laid off. You’ve also got to think positive. Where is a negative attitude going to get you nowadays? It never has brought people to greatness. Look at Martin Luther King, he ended discrimination because of his vision. He didn’t wake up every morning and say to himself, “Man I hope I don’t get another death threat, it’s scary out there.” He had a plan in mind, and it felt like the whole world was against him. Look what he did to humanity. He ended discrimination once and for all. Remember that anyone can become great, but it is up to you to take the opportunities. Think big. Dream big. You can do it.

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