Who wants to be a Millionaire?
Everyone has heard the old adage “It takes money to make money”. This is partially true…
Money + knowledge + action will make more money; not just having money.
Two great examples:
44% of lotto winners spend all their money in 5 years or less
66% of businesses fail within the first 4 years.
That means that even though you may have a lot of money, it does not mean you have been taught how to spend it or just because you have a business you will be rich….
So, what does this have to do with your parents?
A lot really…. let’s start with the BAD NEWS: No trust fund and probably not a lot of GOOD business advice to pass down (not to say you cannot be a GREAT parent on a low paycheck, because you can).
Now, the GOOD NEWS: (and this is HUGE!) 80% of millionaire are first generation!
That means that the rich parents don’t always produce rich children. There could be a lot of reasons why this is true….. Maybe you grow up thinking “I want more”, or “I wish I could help my parents retire”, maybe it’s “I want to help the world and I need money to do this”, maybe it’s “I want to buy a helicopter”…. whatever the reason, hold onto it and let it take you to the top.
so, what’s this have to do with Mary Kay®?
Even more! You see, Mary Kay® employs more millionaire women than any other company in the world. This means that you have the best possible resources (knowledge) to learn from. The formula is there as long as you follow it. Just remember that when you make it big to teach your children the same things you learned along the way. =)
This entry was posted in QT Office® on September 28, 2012