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7 Success Habits Of Billionaires

There are many starters in life – but very few finish what they start. When the going gets tough, most people fold. They don’t persist hard enough or persevere long enough. They don’t have a red-hot flaming burning desire to succeed. They don’t make it their definite major purpose. They don’t take enough personal initiative to make it happen – they don’t go the extra mile. They don’t want it bad enough. They don’t have enough self-control and discipline. Shall I go on? I could write a book on why so many people fail, but I’d rather talk about those who succeed.

When sunspots are active, the economy and stock market are “irrationally exuberrant”, like in the 1990’s. When sunspots are quiet, (like they are now, the quietest in 100 years) we have a serious recession like we’ve experienced. So the Lifeforce energy is in the good economy and in the bad economy. It’s affecting the stock market too!

I know I sound terribly cynical. I am not saying that the pledge is a bad idea, that Richest people in the world should not decide to give, or that people should not sign the pledge. I am saying that it really will not have any great impact on giving in general and will have an even lesser impact on your particular charity.

I think it shows only that if we want to preserve robber baron estates, we need some robber barons to live in them. Or at least some very rich descendants of robber barons. I know you are thinking of Paris Hilton. But her grandfather, Conrad Hilton, was not a true robber baron; in any case, there is not enough of her to go around.

They are aware that it is the short term wins that ultimately give them the grand success. They will test before moving full scale. They will view short term defeat Youngest Billionaires as a learning experience.

You have to sell yourself. You have to convince yourself, that you will and that you can. If it’s to become a millionaire, billionaire or you just want to have a home business so that you can just spend more time at home with your family. You have to; convince yourself, over and over again. I believe in positive self talk, repetitious affirmation reminding yourself over and over again, when that little voice inside of you says that you can’t, you go out of your way to find a mirror and “YELL” right back at yourself with determination, passion and conviction. That “YES” you can and will!

I’ve been tracking different forms of the cycle research. Some of it is geared toward institutional investors too much for the average person. Some of it is too geared toward short-term trading. I finally created the perfect balance so the best sectors are identified for the long-term, and you can buy and hold without having to trade a lot. That’s how I developed my wealth mentorship program, to show you the best areas to invest in and grow wealth for the long-term. I look forward to sharing with you where the great future growth opportunities are!