Today we will be talking about the powerful 10 Steps To Making Your First Millions irrespective of your age, race, ethnicity, colour, family and or financial background. Majority of people who makes their first millions never stops there, they grow from that point to a higher and a bigger level.
Nobody was born a billionaire, nobody made it to the billionaire status over night, although there are sayings which goes that there are those born with a silver spoon and there are some born with a golden spoon. Irrespective of how one was born has little or no impact in becoming a billionaire but rather individuals can struggle to attain that status by following this 10 Steps To Making Your First Millions.
This 10 Steps To Making Your First Millions has over the years and uptill today helped so many irrespective of financial status to the level of multi-millionaires and billionaires.
Majority of people who dream big and doesn’t achieve their dreams is as a result of not understanding these 10 Steps To Making Your First Millions principles. So below we are going to treat them one after the other and give you instances on how it has helped so many world known billionaires to tell their success stories.
- START SMALL
The first step of making your first million starts with a decision to start something, begin with the little you have and grow it.
So many people wants to start big but the problem is not starting big because majority of people who started big never ends up well, only a few does. One big challenge of starting big is that you must have enough money to employ people to run the business for you.
When you start small you learn and understand the business very well, starting from risk taking, staff management, how to understand small , big and favourable opportunities, etc
In the case of the CEO of Facebook, Mark started small while in the university and today he is one of the richest men on earth.
So today, start small, be consistent and grow gradually at the end you will thank yourself.
2. THINK BIG
The power of thinking big while starting small helps you to understand the direction you’re going to. That is while so many big companies today at a point in time some years back wrote a business plan on where and how they dream to be in the next so so years.
Starting small does not make you small and does not mean you will remain small or die small. It is just a step one to becoming great. So many people today are what they are, where they are because that is how big their dreams could carry them. This is one of the many reasons why we always advice people to have a business plan of five years which will see how the business tends to expand.
Thinking big will go a long way in motivating yourself and make you to be consistent in pushing your dreams higher.
Dream big, start small, and you will get there.
3. GET A MENTOR
We all need a mentor in our lives, the work of a mentor is very important in our growing to become whoever we desire to be.
A Mentor must be a person whose fields or area of specialization suites our dreams. Weather you want to be a pastor , a lecturer, a professor, a millionaire , billionaire etc.
The job of football coach which is to coach his team and initiates a winning formula is akin to that of a mentor, in factc Acording to Washington.edu, A mentor may share with a mentee (or protege) information about his or her own career path, as well as provide guidance, motivation, emotional support, and role modeling. A mentor may help with exploring careers, setting goals, developing contacts, and identifying resources. The mentor role may change as the needs of the mentee change. Some mentoring relationships are part of structured programs that have specific expectations and guidelines: others are more informal.
The concept of mentoring is simple, but successful implementation can be challenging. A document on disability issues posted by the American Psychological Association lists characteristics of effective mentoring to include “the ability and willingness to
- value the mentee as a person;
- develop mutual trust and respect;
- maintain confidentiality;
- listen both to what is being said and how it is being said;
- help the mentee solve his or her own problem, rather than give direction;
- focus on the mentee’s development and resist the urge to produce a clone.”
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