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PostSubject: Dream BIG Dreams!!!   Tue Sep 18, 2007 7:43 pm

21 Habits of Self Made Millionaires Cool

1. Dream BIG dreams. You have to HAVE a dream in order to make a dream come true. Get a vision of the future; just *assume* that you can do whatever you're dreaming.

2. Do what you love. Choose a field where you can become totally absorbed in your work. Do what you do for the sheer joy of it.

3. Focus on your strengths. Find your special talents and abilities that make you different from everyone else and apply them to your best advantage.

4. See yourself as self-employed. Act like you own the place, even if you don't. Take a high degree of responsibility with whatever company or customer you're working with. Be a team player and stay "results" focused.

5. NEVER consider the possibility of failure. Self-made millionaires are not gamblers, but are willing to take calculated risks. There is no security in life, only opportunity. Ask yourself what the worst thing is that can happen...and then make sure it doesn't.

6. Develop a clear sense of direction. Don't fail to plan. INTENSE goal orientation is an essential characteristic of all self-made millionaires.

7. Develop a "workaholic" mentality. Work 60 hours a week. All self-made millionaires work HARD! That is the bottom line. You work 8 hours a day for survival. Everything over 8 hours is for success.

8. Get around the right people -- positive, success minded people. Unfailingly, avoid negative people. A choice of a negative "reference group" at work or at home is enough to condemn a person to failure.

9. Be teachable. Be open to new information. Remain curious, interested, questioning, open to new knowledge.

10. Be prepared to climb from peak to peak. Rarely is success one long upward progression. Prepare yourself for the cycles of up & down, ebb & flow, regression & progression.

11. Develop resilience and bounce back after temporary defeats or disappointments. Everyone faces setbacks and obstacles, but the high achiever is the person who mentally prepares for them in advance and then takes them in stride. All self-made millionaires have suffered resounding defeats, often total bankruptcy before "making it."

12. Unlock your inborn creativity. Be an innovator, not a copier.

13. Focus on continuous personal development. ALL self-made millionaires spend a LOT of time on personal development. Losers do not. Period. Commit yourself to becoming a perpetual "learning machine." Read books and magazines that enrich your mind and develop your skills. Listen to audio tapes, attend seminars by the experts in your field.

14. Be an unshakable optimist. This is a very rare trait, but it can be developed through practice if you don't currently possess it. Expect to GAIN something from every situation, good or bad.

15. Dedicate yourself to serving others. Maintain a pre-occupation with serving your customers. Do something that benefits others in some way.

16. Develop a reputation for speed and dependability. The easiest, most valuable quality you can develop is a "sense of urgency," a bias for action, a drive to move quickly. Less than 2% of the population moves quickly.

17. Be impeccably honest with yourself and others. Integrity is an indispensable pre-requisite for business success. All successful relationships are built on trust.

18. Concentrate single-mindedly on one thing at a time. High achievers do "first things first" and one thing at a time. They persevere without diversion or distraction.

19. Be decisive. Take time to think and then ACT. They are quick on their feet, willing to make mistakes and admit error, if appropriate.

20. Back your plans and goals with persistence and determination. Resolve in advance that you will NEVER give up. Your greatest asset will be your willingness to stay at it longer than anyone else.

21. Be self disciplined. Do what you should do when you should do it, whether you like it or not.
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