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How to get 1 Billion Dollars Free?
How To Make One Billion Dollars in Five Steps. (Things I learned from Tony Hsieh and his book “Delivering Happiness: A Path to Profits, Passion, and Purpose.” Step 1: Realize money cannot, and will not, [ deliver happiness…ever! (no matter how much you think it will) The way you feel, think, and love now is the same way you will feel, think, and love when you have a lot of money. Sure, you
can buy more stuff, but you won’t feel any differently. Step 2: Realize you will win and lose. If you never lose, you’ll never win big. Look at the long-term picture. Aim high. Risk only what you can afford to lose. Be prepared to lose it all. And, as we’ve seen above, be prepared and have the balls to bet it all. Step 3: Have principles you’ll take to the grave. Understand that your business may change over time, but stick to your principles. Don’t look for short-cuts. Cheaters will always lose – eventually. Patience is a virtue and required for success. Stamina is required to win the game. Look around at what everyone else is doing and then do the opposite. Don’t think just because everyone else is doing it, that’s what you should be doing too. Step 4: Never believe you’ve learned everything you need to know. Read books and learn from others. Read more – and then read some more after that. Understand that everything you read is great, but if you never do anything with the knowledge, it’s worthless. Put what you’ve learned into action. Success is largely determined by the people you surround yourself with. Choose your peers wisely. Understand luck and don’t get too cocky. If you win a few times, realize you might have just gotten lucky. Again, don’t get too cocky. There’s always someone better than you out there. Step 5: You’ve got to love what you’re doing. One hundred percent happiness is the goal. If you’re not happy, don’t fool yourself. You get only one go around in this thing called life – happiness can’t be bought or purchased. Figure out the problem and fix it. ]
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