Millionaire Brain Transplant

What if you could peek inside a millionaire’s brain?

You could tap into their way of thinking, their daily habits, and their skillsets.

Would that make a difference in your life?

I’m sure it will.

So how do millionaires think?

If we go back to Thomas Stanley’s research for the “Millionaire Next Door,” he found that two-thirds of millionaires were self-employed.

Instead of working as an employee to make others rich, they invest their time and their money in their own business.

One of the reasons I fell in love with the Internet from the moment I first came online is how you can get started for next to nothing.

Compare it to franchises like McDonalds where you need a million or more just to get started…and the tiny overhead we have in an online business is chicken feed.

Sure, you need a website, an autoresponder service, a way to take orders, and some support.

But could you imagine comparing those little fees to even something like the expense of opening a small office in a local area?

So why do so many people struggle with trying to get their online business off the ground?

A lot of it comes back to mindset.

Combine the low upfront investment along with all the BSO’s (Bright Shiny Objects) online, and it sets people up for failure.

Because it’s so low cost to get started, it’s EASY to give up when a ‘better opportunity’ comes along.

And a better opportunity is going to present itself…virtually every day.

Every voice is telling you to go in a different direction.

That person who invested their million+ in a McDonalds isn’t going to quit just because they lost money the first month.

They can’t afford to because they sunk everything they had into this. It’s either sink or swim.

They invested their life into the asset they purchased.

And that’s the second difference. It’s easy to see the ‘physical assets’ of a brick-and-mortar business. Online we have assets that produce an ongoing income for us also.

One of the best definitions I’ve seen of an ‘asset’ is from Robert Kiyosaki. An Asset is something that “Puts money in your pocket.”

Your email list is an asset.

Your customers are an asset.

A high converting website is an asset.

Content you’ve developed is an asset. It can attract an audience. You can expand on it and turn it into multiple streams of income by combining your blog posts into a book. Expand out on the book and create a video course to go with it. Run a group coaching program or live workshop based off the content. One asset can multiply into many.

Business opportunity seekers are looking for ‘fast money.’

Millionaires are looking to create assets that multiply into even more assets.

What assets are you creating…that put money in your pocket today and multiply into even more money in the future?

Doberman Dan and I recently did an audio about this called, “How ANYONE Can Become a Millionaire.”

Notice that I say anyone “can,” not that everyone “will.”

Big difference, because it depends on the choices you make.

Both Dan and I have seen a dozen or more very profitable internet marketers end up dead broke, because they believed the common lies about money and business.

I’m including this audio as a bonus along with my February issue of the Monthly Mentor Club.

It will be uploaded and available to all members of the Club on February 1st…along with this month’s issue about How You Can Multiply Your Income By Maximizing the Value of These 7 Online Assets.

This is the audio I wish I would have had 20 years ago when I first came online. It would have made everything easier…and much more profitable along the way.

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Terry Dean

Terry Dean has been in full-time internet business since 1996 and has helped thousands of entrepreneurs get started online through his articles and products. He lives in Dunnellon, Florida with his wife and 2 dogs. Find out more about how the Monthly Mentor Club can help you today.

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