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Great summary, Jeremy! After all the process of becoming a (multi-)millionaire really is simple, so it's puzzling why so few actually go for it. I guess the devil is in the details: people find it amazingly hard to live beneath their means and therefore don't manage to save much, so there is little (or nothing) they can invest. Those who manage to invest something, often do it more like a gambler rather than an investor, which results in low or negative returns. Some manage to do all of this for some while, but then give up when results don't appear quick enough. Maybe it's just a lack of motivation and discipline, or lack of belief that this simple process could really make you wealthy. Yet, those who try it and stick to it, are so amply rewarded that it again makes me wonder why everyone doesn't do it!
1 year, 3 months ago on The Top 5 Ways to Become a Millionaire – How to Become a Millionaire
I can only agree on your list of 11, KC, and would add a 12th characteristic: customer centric. This is the characteristic that makes you to put yourself into your customers shoes and look at things from their point of view, helping you to build a value proposition that beats the socks of your competition. It doesn't necessarily mean you will give your customers everything they want, but instead it makes you give them something that they are really prepared to pay for. This - more than being competitive as such - is what will set you apart from your competition and make your business a winner.
1 year, 4 months ago on 11 Characteristics of an Entrepreneur