My Book: Lunchbox Millionaire (How to be a millionaire)


 Lunchbox Millionaire

It begins with an idea. A developed conversation, the mind produces questions, consistently looking for answers. We are born to succeed, and through a series of trial and error, Many Millionaires fail consistently, are ridiculed for their ideas, before they achieve the final success. It is a process of elimination, last man/ woman standing, despite rejections, consistent ridicule, and objection to such farfetched idealism. The product meets completion. Targets are set, goals are accomplished and deadlines met. It is how we utilize time and a wealth of ideas that define us, wealth is as much about courage and consistency as it is about networking, understanding your competition, and marketing effectively. Giants in Business such as Bill Gates and Donald trump, identify success as discipline the ability to see beyond the contempt of others and utilize wisdom effectively. Success is born of failure. Lunchbox Millionaire is the secret to how they succeed.

Chapter One
 Pain provides much promise, and through Chaos we find order. Many people invest in the dream of becoming a Millionaire, without paying too much attention to what it takes to become a great leader in business. It is more than the investment of Capital, acquisitions and turnover, business is about making a profit, and sustainability. Finding a Niche understanding the needs, and demands of your target audience, and capitalizing on your ideas. In 2006 Alex Tewy was struggling to pay his university fees, after much deliberation, his mind was put to task. Tewy produced a product called the Million Dollar Homepage, selling online advertising in the form of pixel space, to companies for one pound per Pixel, Over a million pixels were bought by such companies as Coca Cola,chipendales, women’s Pixels. The million dollar Homepage is now acknowledge as a piece of Internet history and Alex Tewy  paid for more than his school fees.
In crisis ideas are often born whether we utilize our mental power, is a choice we have to make within ourselves. A factory of ideas define us, self is wealth, those who invest wisely in building up their mental stratosphere, often go extremely far, those who are keen observers and can spot a gap in the market.  David and Catherine Cook became teen millionaires by creating my yearbook dot com, it was pitched as the my space of the high school year book, and it’s initial startup was $250,000 dollars. They were financially supported by their older brother Geoff.  We all have various ideas of making money. Whether it’s about producing the next blockbusting bestselling novel, the teenager who starts a campaign selling Lemonade outside to raise money for cancer research, or the tech Geek who designs gadgets for fun, suddenly realizing that these ideas could become more than a conversation at the breakfast table. An idea can become a product, which makes a turnover, we can make profit from things we enjoy. In 1990 Joannne Rowling was sitting on a delayed train heading from Manchester to London. A single mother struggling on a State benefit, she decided to see beyond her financial trap and tap into the realm of imagination. A boy was born, half wizard, half muggle, and a series of Magical adventures, with loyal friends many of us dream about. The Harry potter series of books sold over a million copies, at one point the guardian named J.k Rowling as one of the richest paid women in the world. Later on it was discovered the books were making Joanne over a million copies a minute, of royalties alone, not to mention products, and the Harry Potter theme park. What would have happened if she had simply acknowledged that she was a grown woman, who had bills to pay and should grow up?
There are things we are told often conversations that distract us from the importance of an idea.
Your too old for that, you don’t have the funds, stop dreaming, start job hunting; you need to take life more seriously. Or simply your ideas are not up to par. Catherine Cookson another great writer of our time with over a billion books published, then made into TV series, was rejected so many times, at one point publishing houses begged her to stop writing, she was in fact wasting her time. Cookson was later published and her books have become worldwide international bestsellers.

Ideas can often make us self conscious especially when it comes to voicing them aloud. What will the people around us think? What will their opinion of us be? Where will we get the money from? Most of us assume that wealthy people are born with a silver spoon in their mouths. This is rarely the case, what they have is the ability to utilize their time, and channel their imagination effectively. They are able to look at Niche, opportunity, market, target audience, and make the right connections. We are often dumbfounded by some of the most ridiculous ideas that turned individuals into walking ATM machines. Yet it was their knowledge of the business model, market structure, and an understanding of Capitalism and economics.  As much as we are told that everyone has a book in them, everyone strangely enough has a million dollar idea in them. The problem is, there’s a difference between acting upon ideas and talking about them to make yourself sound intelligent. Some of the most bizarre ideas when pitched appropriately with the right marketing campaign became Million Dollar block busting hits.  One of the most hysterical was the Pet Rock. The idea of selling a rock is as farfetched as it could possibly get, but one man so determined was he to triumph, he produced a product that can only be acknowledged as a windup to the working Man’s pocket. Dahl was a former advertising executive, he sold the rocks for $3.95 on a bed of hay, and the companies estimated profit was $15 million in just the first six months.  As ridiculous as this idea sounds, it made a profit, and became a fully fledged virus in the States.
Some ideas are so bizarre they have to be brilliant, the simplicity of them, makes us the audience wonder why someone would invest in a product such as this. Yet they do. It is often the simplest ideas which leave us glaring at computer and TV screens in awe saying are people actually buying this? Did they make this person richer? We scan our near empty bank accounts in frustration, holding back hiss curses of abuse whilst secretly thinking; I wish I had the guts to do that. Another ingenious idea which made a squinting profit was the $500 mm yellow smiley face by Bernard and Murray Spain.
Ideas have shaped our past, present and future. The ability to construct an idea, with the promise of its animated potential, makes it more than an idea. It makes it achievable, how do you go from seed to fully fledged animal.   The idea from being scribbled on sketch pad becomes transformed into product, and we market in order to sell it accordingly.

The Business Model
 It is about researching thoroughly and paying attention to your Business plan, fully understanding your Business model. In trying to construct a business model you have to first be clear on what your market requires, if you are working on your business model have a definitive hook. What are your business objectives? Whether you’re selling lemonade and iced tea to passersby, or producing ice tea to raise Money for Cancer research, what are your objective and your goal? Do you have a target you’re focused upon, and what is the structure of your business?  Whether you plan to write a business plan or not, a strong understanding along with in depth qualitative Research is key.  For example Aidan is a Graphic designer, he’s a bright pupil who is often complimented on his ability to design unique items of clothing, he’s popular at school, and uses the internet regularly. He’s active on such things as Facebook, Stumble upon, MySpace, My yearbook, twitter, and has his own website and blog, the blog acquiring over 50 million hits and the Website gaining only 10 Million.  Aidan could use both blog and website to advertise and market himself as a professional designer. Add Google ad sense, and MCPc and PPC to his websites and blog. Sell advertising space to a creative audience and give out flyers and supply a bi monthly Newsletter for those who are interested in his products, or pitching their own. 
What if Aidan wanted to pitch his product along with his business plan, he would have to produce a title that would appeal to audience, and know exactly what is trending at present, utilizing the search engine criteria, understanding how to provide an improved product, and give the customer exactly what is required.
For example Aidan could decide to call his brand Aidan’s aces, an authentic design that specializes in Sports fashion wear. ‘A striking look for the athlete in you.’
His objective summary may begin.
Aidan’s aces will be a distinct brand which specializes in promoting Self confidence in Young adults. Sportswear is not just about elasticity we provide a striking look, we diversify the brand, allowing the athlete to tap into their creative avenue. Although there are Market giants such as Nike, with the Just do it Campaign, Adidas, and Echo, our brand provides something completely different. The ability to be less than uniform and not one of the sheep. Aidan’s aces come with designer pen and coloring for the young audience those who want to experiment with design. As much as we all like to be part of something, many of us like to be acknowledged as our own individual selves. Some Teens who feel threatened by what Sports attire represent, such as the Goths and the alternatives, will want clothing which distinctly identifies them. Our hook will be, Aidan’s aces, your fashion tattoo, an opportunity for them to creatively express themselves as required. It will be worn by teens age 11- 18.

Our mission is to develop into one of the leading brands in Sports Fashion.  Our goal is to be recognized and worn by famous athletes and celebrities worldwide, be the face of campaigns encouraging people with disabilities into Sport, and making enough money to develop the Aidan’s Ace charity/trust fund for young up and coming athletes wanting to venture into sports but not having the financial backing. After our first turnover, Aidan’s Aces will sponsor Sports days; provide equipment for schools, and books for the Sports Science program. We will also have an international travel fund which will aid the travel of our athletes around the world. Aidan’s Aces will be the face of change for the up and coming athlete.

Understanding Your Finance
The key to financial freedom is not just in frugality, but understanding the language of money. Be able to define key things, which can bring you a turn over and increase capital.  An asset for example is defined in the dictionary as a single item of ownership, which has exchange value.  Items of ownership which can be transformed into cash, total resources of a person or business, as cash, notes and accounts receivable, securities , inventories, goodwill, fixtures, machinery, or real estate. It is usually a list of items of which are detailed on a balance sheet especially in relation to liabilities and capital. It can be defined as all property available for the payment of debts, especially of a bankrupt or insolvent firm or person.
When people venture into initial business ideas or goals, at the first loss of income they are terrified to venture further, and hold unto Capital for dear life.  In business be ready to lose money because it is something you are guaranteed. Every successful business man or woman has made a loss before they eventually make a sufficient turnover[a1] .  In 1998 Bill Bartman a one time billionaire, filed for bankruptcy. Bartman came back ten times stronger by writing a series of extremely inspirational books about the lessons he learned.  Bartman’s first book titled billionaire secrets to success; this was followed by Bailout riches. Each book sold over a million copies.  Pay attention to key things such as overhead costs.  Co founder of curves international Heavin started  his first gym in 1976, it was an instant success and he had banked his first million with ease. Yet when it reached 1986 his financial purse strings were in a tangle, his overhead costs began to exceed his amount the Company was bringing in. Overheads are defined as the general fixed cost of running a business; see it as your budget shopping list. Over heads look as such key things as rent, lighting, and heating expenses, which cannot be charged or attributed to a specific product or part of the work operation.  Overhead includes core structures such as accounting, which is key to a functioning business.  Accounting is the system or the organization for setting up, maintaining, and auditing the books of a firm. It is defined as a simple art of analyzing financial position and operating results of a business house from a study of its sales, purchases, overhead, it is effective book keeping. There are useful programs which aid the ease of effective book keeping. Keeping good accounts help you with business negotiations, pay attention to gaps in the market, and understand where your business or your idea is making a profit and a loss. There are some fantastic Software’s which make documenting accounts much easier to manage.  Sage 50 complete accounting, and book keeper, and account Edge, each system is simple to use and comes with an easy way to track how funds are being managed.
In business you are guaranteed to make poor investment choices at some points, for example the producer of Rich Dad poor dad Robert Kiyosaki another billionaire filed for bankruptcy in April, only to mighty climb the business totem pole once again.
Many venture into business, setting up structure and strategy. They become quickly deflated when they make a loss or their ideas were not welcomed.  When they are not the Giants they expected to be, much of the logic and diplomacy is lost. They quickly begin to see it as an obstacle course with little to no promise.  Pockets become pinched, and fear trumps, the need to Venture into the water, and see what fish they can catch.   People often ignore the small things, or the little ideas they can use to increase their capital. In 2004 after being made redundant from a printing factory, a woman who was jobless for six years invested in the flyers we often ignore through the letter box. The  Avon cosmetics brand. Debbie Davis 31 and her partner have earned over $1.4 million pounds selling Avon cosmetics.  When the advert flashes across the screen many of us lean back in our seats, pick up the remote control and flick from channel to channel, not wanting to abuse the little finance we have. Miss Davis, who was raised up on a Council estate, built up a team of 8,000 representatives and was able to invest in a Mercedes Benz, and a newly renovated home.  Will you have customer representatives marketing your product or idea? How much will you pay them per hour? If funds are tight what other opportunities can you give them, a chance to market their credentials, a chance to network and meet potential clients for their own business venture, and a chance to learn about your business model, maybe they are interested in starting up their own financial structure. How will you manage your time? How will you organize your networks? Location is key. Positioning and most of all your market pitch. How will you approach your audience? How will you make initial contact, will it be face to face, over the telephone, sending out a bulk email? How will you use the internet effectively? There are other success stories we rarely stumble upon, yet we learn quickly the key to succeeding in business, is structure, order, and consistency.  Forever living products was founded in 1978 by Rex Maughan and is the largest private company in Arizona. Forever living the company made over $30 million dollars annually.  Rex Maughan didn’t just make his dreams come true with the forever living Aloe Vera product brand, his courage opened doors for many others, and they did more than dream. They were able to acquire the lifestyle they wanted afforded to them.  Anatoly and Natalya Yakubchik,  came to New Jersey from Russia in 1996. At first their goal was to earn $800 per month, by December 2007 they far superceeded that goal and were making more than they earned in their daily jobs.  Walt Disney for example went bankrupt several times before building Disneyland.  The key to becoming a Millionaire is the ability to be observant. As Walt Disney sat at a Bench watching his children play he noticed how ragged and Filthy the Small amusement Park was. Perez Hilton a  Millionaire blogger, shows us with ease how finance can come through imagination. Mario Armando Lavandeira jr known professionally as Perez Hilton. Perez Hilton quickly afforded him enough money to buy such extravagances as diamonds, and other luxury items. The blog which specializes in pertaining to Celebrity gossip makes over a million turnover a year, due to the amount of hits it gets per day.

Rejecting Rejection
Chapter Two
The key to being a successful person in business and enterprise is cultivating a strict discipline and not allowing your weak moments to topple you. Many of our successful Millionaires refuse to take no for an answer. Pop icon  Madonna was rejected by Jimmy Lenner, he described her music as being lacking in material. In 1982 Madonna was signed by Sire records and sold over 10 Million Copies. Andy Warhol  how many of the millionaires of our time have become triumphant. We have all experienced moments where we have felt extremely weak, where their triumph have been short lived and all they could succumb succumb to was a feeling of distress and disappointment. Failure makes us learn, depending on who we are. Those who take their joy in your failures will have their joy short-lived. You have to believe in you that you can become as great as you see yourself. People will try and destroy your very inner core; they may focus on destroying your spirit because it validates their lack of self esteem. Your mistakes make them feel better about their life. Just remember every millionaire has failed, and been compromised.  There are many millionaires who failed; some of them become millionaires[a2]  ten times over[a3] [a4] [a5] [a6] [a7] [a8] [a9] [a10] [a11] [a12] [a13] [a14] [a15] [a16] [a17] [a18] [a19] .   [a20] [a21] [a22] 

Website Marketing is online real estate. It is property. We think of those who lost Money and became extremely rich, keep it simple, be consistent with your ideas. Be business minded focus your goals and be goal orientated. Keep it simple; be consistent with your ideas. Be business minded in all your projects[a23] [a24] ; know the importance of structures. There are eight core principles to wealth. Finance is education. Money is all about mindset, network, and socialize regularly. Some people choose to invest in an[a25]  office. When you make an initial investment, test drives your project first. Be focused.  Things won’t take off immediately. . The achievement of wealth is in the diligence we put in. It is in the ability to maximize brain power. That scribble pad by your bedside, that Tape recorder on your Iphone , those long[a26] [a27]  strolls you take in the Midday sun . As the ideas fill your head, fill the page. Challenge your imagination[a28] [a29] , dare to dream, dreams are what society was founded upon. Man had the audacity[a30]  to believe[a31] [a32] [a33] [a34] [a35]  that he should go to the moon, then he had the audacity to build aero planes[a36]  .
Challenge your imagination, dare to dream, dreams are what society[a37]  was founded upon. Man had the[a38] [a39] [a40]  audacity to believe that he could go to the moon, and then he had the audacity to build aero planes.  First came up with the concept that human beings can fly those around him either giggled or were convinced he was crazy. Money isn’t an illusion, neither are ideas. Break down those ideas, make them palpable and believable. Success is 1 % talent, the rest of it is diligence, guts and imagination have drive, and Stamina, but most importantly have order in executing your plays. A fruitful mind is a mind that leads to successful endeavors. The world is full of dreams if you dare to step beyond simple dreams, and put action behind your ideas, you’re on the path towards financial freedom.

Chapter three
 What is a lunchbox millionaire? We live in a Microwaveable society, a lunchbox millionaire is someone who can apply business principles to the procedure of a simple idea and make a turnover. I was often told that if you can make a pound out of something you can make a million pounds out of something. One of the most powerful weapons in wealth maximization is your imagination, and the order or structure of which you do things. Wealth is about Wisdom, and your ability to network and connect. Use your emotions to motivate you, use your experiences to drive and steer you forward. It is important to consistently push yourself. My journey towards becoming a millionaire started with one thing, a passion for ideas, and a hunger to shape an already evolving world. Every day, and every night I had ideas which ultimately got my juices flowing, and were like oxygen in the body. Passion does this to you; promise eliminates the possibility of anything else in existence. When you have a goal do it with due diligence the mind is a fascinating thing. Our minds are like elastic when stretched they can accomplish almost anything. Your mind is a powerful weapon, and your brain is a power tool. Use it as though it were a machine. Have a structure in place, do it in bite sized chunks and orchestrate a plan to take you to wherever you need to get to.  Some of the ideas had already been produced like a Solar powered mobile phone, A phone which didn’t need to be charged via electricity, and of course the more hysterical ones like a doggy treadmill, for dogs to exercise if they hadn’t been valued, and my favorite of all, an idea I concocted a doggy day care centre where dogs could socialize and their owners could enjoy the comfort of a Café and warm cups of Coffee, share stories about the dramatics that come with taking care of a dog.

One of the most important Wealth principles of all time knows your mindset, know your market, and understand your industry.  Where do they like to eat? Drink? Where are their favorite hangouts? What is their budget? What type of books appeal to them? What are their dreams? People buy certain products based on a dream and their ability to visualize themselves using this product, and establish how the product will change their lives. How this product will add Surplus value to their existence, and how their business will become a commodity.  For example the Nike just do it campaign became a hit not simply because of its product and packaging designs. Exterior sells, yet it was the promise of beating fears, and alienating procrastination. It was the psychology behind the marketing campaign. The tick represents self validation. I am working hard to beat my fears, I am an athlete, I am a machine I feel no fear, I am unstoppable, I can do anything.

Chapter three
Lunchbox millionaire. We are all Millionaires in the making, yet most of us don’t utilize the power of our imagination, and the time we waste, we could produce ideas effectively.  Champion your ideas, structure them with diligence, an idea with the right connections can turn you into a lunchbox millionaire. What is a lunchbox Millionaire? A lunchbox millionaire is the simple ideas we take for granted. The changes, the adjustments we see in products that can make them easier. It’s the small changes we make, we all have the potential to expand our minds, elongate and stretch it with the ideas we have daily. The key to business or becoming successful in business or in any creative enterprise is challenging to say the least, your fears and all your insecurities. Challenging procrastination and finding ways you can contribute to the economy, to social enterprise, and most of all effectively to your community. Synchronize your mind, have fun with your ideas, create a balance because that is key to business and finance. You need to be a thorough disciple of discipline. . Be focused and be goal orientated. Execute your plan and produce a thorough business outline to follow, so in case there are any gaps in the market or any problems you find yourself in you can go back to the outline and utilize it to execution. You have options. You have choices.   Execute your plan and produce a thorough strategy. Laziness doesn’t get the job done. Imagination and creativity ensure that every procedure orchestrated is fulfilled in its entirety.  The concept of money is intimidating to many, we assume we have to have the mind of Einstein, be at the top of the Wealth pyramid. Money is about mindset. The ability to be creative when investors aren’t around.  Money is ultimately always about imagination. The first key rule is knowing your industry. If you’re dealing with young people in the Music/ fashion industry, what appeals to them? What is their hook? What will sell and what will reel them in?
Look at other successful people in industry customers, motivation, drive, stamina, success stories, ask yourself a series of questions. Will I see this through to the end? Will I be simple minded about this?  Is this captivating enough? Will I be passionate about this? The reality is, if you cannot answer yes to any of these questions  you cannot see yourself as a millionaire, but if you have the mindset to win you can accomplish anything. Life is all about discipline. Champions are all about discipline. Be focused be goal orientated, and most of all be hungry, cast your fears aside.  Validate yourself every single day. Set your goals at a higher level; don’t let your fears intimidate you. Have stamina, tap into your inner wisdom. The questions we seek are often within. Progress pushes us, when we feel we are moving towards a goal and we can accomplish it, idea of progress, the idea of visualization. Be captivated by your dreams. Be a slave to your own imagination. Action is about imagination. Action is about passion. Action is about drive, push yourself to the edge of that precipice and break through, whether your back is to the wall or not.  Have a vision, see your dreams realized, and make them real. Be conscious; get yourself in a clear mind set.
One of the most important Wealth principles of all time knows your market, know your market, and understand your industry. Where do they live? Where do they eat? Where do they shop?  What do they like to eat? Drink? Where are their favorite hangouts? What is their budget? What type of hook words appeal to them? What are their dreams? People buy certain products based on a dream? For example[a41]    the Nike ticks success wasn’t just about the effective exterior of the design, it was the ad campaign, and the psychology used to target the audience. The tick represented self validation. I am worthy enough to be an athlete.
Lunchbox Millionaire. We are all millionaires in the making yet most of us don’t utilize the power of our imagination, and the time to produce ideas effectively.  Champion your ideas, structure them with diligence, an idea with the right connections can turn you into a Lunchbox millionaire. A lunchbox millionaire is the ideas we take for granted. The changes, the adjustments we see in products that can make them easier, we produce. It’s the small changes we make we all have the potential to expand our minds, elongate and stretch it with ideas. The key to a successful business or in any creative enterprise is challenging to say the least.  It’s the small changes we make. We all have the potential to expand our minds , elongate and stretch it with ideas. The key to business or becoming successful in business or in any creative enterprise is challenging to say the least. You need to be a thorough disciple of discipline. Be focused and goal orientated. . Execute your plan and produce a thorough strategy. Laziness doesn’t get the job done.  Imagination and creativity ensure that every procedure orchestrated is fulfilled to its entirety.  The concept of money is intimidating to many; we assume we have to have the mind of Einstein to be at the top of the wealth pyramid. Money is about mindset. The ability to be creative when investors aren’t around. Money is ultimately always about imagination. The first key rule know your industry. If your dealing with young people in the music / fashion industry. What appeals to them? What is their hook ? What will sell to them?  Look at other successful people in industry, customers, motivation, drive, stamina, success stories ask you a series of questions.  Will I see this through to the end?  Will I be thorough about fulfilling it in its entirety? Will I be passionate about this? The reality is if you cannot answer yes to these questions you cannot see yourself as a millionaire, but if you have the mindset to win you can accomplish anything. Life is all about discipline. Champions are all about discipline. Be focused, be goal orientated, and most of all be hungry, cast your fears aside and run with your imagination towards financial freedom. He who dares wins. Life is about spirit. Do not crucify yourself when you fail, we are only human. Human beings make choices all the time where we find ourselves null and void. We question the decisions we make. We often question who we are, live life with a sense of fearlessness. The reality is, if you cannot answer yes to any of these questions you cannot see yourself as a millionaire, but if you have the mindset to win you can accomplish anything. Champions are all about discipline.  Be focused, be goal orientated, but most of all have precision in you’re planning, but most of all be hungry, cast your fears aside. Validate yourself every single day. Set your goals and your targets at a higher level. Don’t let your fears intimidate you, have stamina. Tap into your inner wisdom. The questions we seek are often within. . Progress pushes us when we feel we are moving towards a goal, and we can accomplish it, the idea of progress , the importance of creative visualization.  Be captivated by your dreams. Be a slave to your own imagination . Action is about passion. Action is about drive, push yourself to the edge of that precipice and break through, even though your back is to the wall.   Have a vision see your dreams realized  and make them real .  Be conscious get yourself in a clear mind set. Product, industry, have a traffic of ideas filling up your mind.  Be greedy when it comes to your ideas. The key to success is thinking like a leader you have to believe you’ve already made it, you have to believe you’d already hit that goal . Condition your mind every day, put yourself in a peak state and keep going, be militant about it, be focused and and have a list of why’s? Why are you attempting this goal? See yourself expanded. Socialize and network with people who have achieved more, and whose lives are more fulfilled. Know the result, have the end in sight.  See it as a must not a should. See the result, see your players on the checkerboard and play the game of life.  See it to believe it? No, you must believe it first. Believe with absolute certainty; believe without fear that you can hit your goal.

How do you become a millionaire? If you can make one pound with a project you can make one million pounds with a project. Tap into your market, believe in your potential. Reinforce your beliefs you have unlimited potential , tap into that potential, those questions you ask yourself will reaffirm and revalidate your hunger , prophesize your wealth , burn the boats, it’s this option and nothing else we take intense action because we believe , the passion spears us forward. Focus, drive and determination. Meditate on your thoughts, be creative with ideas and fuel your imagination.
Be a dreamer. The older we get, the more we are brainwashed out of dreaming. People say we have to be the more mature.  We all know the old adage when I was younger I acted like a child, now I’m older I put childish things away.  We grow up, we become systemized, disciples of who society tells us to be. Then people often tell us the importance of not letting our imagination get the better of you, there’s bills to pay. Other people have a habit of reigning on your parade without meaning to don’t they? Life is about challenges. Challenges? Yes, challenges we jump through hoops for a reason, because the end goal is to see our dream realized. Your mind should be like an athlete. Really let go, Challenge yourself regularly, you need momentum to fulfill your accomplishments, once you start, don’t stop. Be driven. Have the mind of a warrior. Lunchbox Millionaire is a millionaire that can take the simple things, extend and translate them, and add value. Success is about adding surplus value to your customers. We have to see our accomplishments within.  Perceptions about money are based on the upbringing we have. To be successful with finance you have to educate yourself. Wealth knowledge is the key to empowerment. Have a financial education. Wealth is about knowledge. The most powerful principles of wealth understands how money works, money is about understanding. Financial education is the key to successful living. Affluent people raise their children up to be financially empowered.

What is wealth empowerment? Wealth empowerment is one of the core principles of financial education wealth empowerment is about six core principles. Principle one, as we initially discussed. Knowing your market and understanding your audience.




Text message marketing
Fridge magnet
Phone line for resources
A series of niche books that help with marketing, sales, and acquiring passive income
A device that helps you find where you got your images from
A watch that comes with a news reel
A dog and owner café
Microhomes for people who want to rent their own space
A caravan for travelling Europe, a Caravan service
A scented massage oil affiliate network programme
A scented health fruit burst programme or exercise programme
Research hub, a database that provides volunteer or job vacancies in any countries
A course that specializes in putting young people in a scholarship business program where they can learn about seo, marketing advertising, Marxist views on our capitalist economy
A solar charged phone that never runs out of battery
Earrings that act as ear phones
A  garden for disabled people full of the sculpting of famous artists
A book series that ensures it provides the information to help young people become famous
Doggy showers PORTABLE
A microhome hotel for the homeless
A cous cous salad restaurant
Salad restaurant
The international centre, a centre that serves food from various different continent, build a franchise of these
Royal eats a delicatessen
A webinar
ONLINE Seminars
Holiday stamp ticket, Global holiday stamp tickets, you get discounts the more you travel
Ideas for each industry
A database of countries the resources they have and who you can contact for business in a subject AREA
A Device that allows you to have strong internet connectivity anywhere in the world
Portable hot tub
Fakeathon, a website that specializes in fake goods from prolific designers.
High heels that feel like trainers, not loafers.
The Book Café , bringing borders back
A programmed doll that teaches you self defence, and you can practice on,you pay a fee to watch the tutorials online
Epileptic a hair band that expands into a cushion when you feel a seizure coming
A fake hat which is actually a helmet
A visual learning computer that teaches students with disabilities
The fun guide to….Accounting, courses
An animated business card
The easy way to design your own game on facebook, and have people pay a premium fee.
International calling card that you can tap against a certain type of phone that allows you to speak internationally
Virtual assistant
Virtual business team like minded online website where people think similarly join forces and see who they can do business with
A trading site that captures the email and details of anyone who goes on your site without you having the opt in so you can market to them
For people who don’t travel, an experience where you can feel , smell, all your senses work effectively in another virtual country. Virtual traveler. My international companies will add their services to the virtual traveler tariff and donate items.
Simple jim the search engine optimization app, tells you whether its good or bad word for search engine optimization.

Inspiration for Momentum
1.    Henry FordWhile Ford is today known for his innovative assembly line and American-made cars, he wasn't an instant success. In fact, his early businesses failed and left him broke five times before he founded the successful Ford Motor Company.
2.    R. H. Macy: Most people are familiar with this large department store chain, but Macy didn't always have it easy. Macy started seven failed business before finally hitting big with his store in New York City.
3.    F. W. WoolworthSome may not know this name today, but Woolworth was once one of the biggest names in department stores in the U.S. Before starting his own business, young Woolworth worked at a dry goods store and was not allowed to wait on customers because his boss said he lacked the sense needed to do so.
4.    Soichiro Honda: The billion-dollar business that is Honda began with a series of failures and fortunate turns of luck. Honda was turned down by Toyota Motor Corporation for a job after interviewing for a job as an engineer, leaving him jobless for quite some time. He started making scooters of his own at home, and spurred on by his neighbors, finally started his own business.
5.    Akio MoritaYou may not have heard of Morita but you've undoubtedly heard of his company, Sony. Sony's first product was a rice cooker that unfortunately didn't cook rice so much as burn it, selling less than 100 units. This first setback didn't stop Morita and his partners as they pushed forward to create a multi-billion dollar company.
6.    Bill GatesGates didn't seem like a shoe-in for success after dropping out of Harvard and starting a failed first business with Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen called Traf-O-Data. While this early idea didn't work, Gates' later work did, creating the global empire that is Microsoft.
7.    Harland David Sanders: Perhaps better known as Colonel Sanders of Kentucky Fried Chicken fame, Sanders had a hard time selling his chicken at first. In fact, his famous secret chicken recipe was rejected 1,009 times before a restaurant accepted it.
8.    Walt Disney: Today Disney rakes in billions from merchandise, movies and theme parks around the world, but Walt Disney himself had a bit of a rough start. He was fired by a newspaper editor because, "he lacked imagination and had no good ideas." After that, Disney started a number of businesses that didn't last too long and ended with bankruptcy and failure. He kept plugging along, however, and eventually found a recipe for success that worked.

Scientists and Thinkers
These people are often regarded as some of the greatest minds of our century, but they often had to face great obstacles, the ridicule of their peers, and the animosity of society. Students who complete online science degrees can learn skills in scientific inquiry and advance their education in disciplines like biochemistry, biology, quantum physics, and more.
9.    Albert EinsteinMost of us take Einstein's name as synonymous with genius, but he didn't always show such promise. Einstein did not speak until he was four and did not read until he was seven, causing his teachers and parents to think he was mentally handicapped, slow and anti-social. Eventually, he was expelled from school and was refused admittance to the Zurich Polytechnic School. It might have taken him a bit longer, but most people would agree that he caught on pretty well in the end, winning the Nobel Prize and changing the face of modern physics.
10.  Charles DarwinIn his early years, Darwin gave up on having a medical career and was often chastised by his father for being lazy and too dreamy. Darwin himself wrote, "I was considered by all my masters and my father, a very ordinary boy, rather below the common standard of intellect." Perhaps they judged too soon, as Darwin today is well-known for his scientific studies.
11.  Robert Goddard: Goddard today is hailed for his research and experimentation with liquid-fueled rockets, but during his lifetime his ideas were often rejected and mocked by his scientific peers who thought they were outrageous and impossible. Today rockets and space travel don't seem far-fetched at all, due largely in part to the work of this scientist who worked against the feelings of the time.
12.  Isaac NewtonNewton was undoubtedly a genius when it came to math, but he had some failings early on. He never did particularly well in school and when put in charge of running the family farm, he failed miserably, so poorly in fact that an uncle took charge and sent him off to Cambridge where he finally blossomed into the scholar we know today.
13.  Socrates: Despite leaving no written records behind, Socrates is regarded as one of the greatest philosophers of the Classical era. Because of his new ideas, in his own time he was called "an immoral corrupter of youth" and was sentenced to death. Socrates didn't let this stop him and kept right on, teaching up until he was forced to poison himself.
14.  Robert Sternberg: This big name in psychology received a “C” in his first college introductory psychology class with his teacher telling him that, "there was already a famous Sternberg in psychology and it was obvious there would not be another." Ouch! Sternberg showed him, however, graduating from Stanford with exceptional distinction in psychology, summa cum laude, and Phi Beta Kappa and eventually becoming the President of the American Psychological Association. This should inspire students at traditional and accredited online colleges to always strive to succeed, no matter what anyone says along the way.

These inventors changed the face of the modern world, but not without a few failed prototypes along the way. Students interested in designing innovative new machines and systems can sharpen their skills by completingonline engineering degrees.
15.  Thomas Edison: In his early years, teachers told Edison he was "too stupid to learn anything." Work was no better, as he was fired from his first two jobs for not being productive enough. Even as an inventor, Edison made 1,000 unsuccessful attempts at inventing the light bulb. Of course, all those unsuccessful attempts finally resulted in the design that worked.
16.  Orville and Wilbur Wright: These brothers battled depression and family illness before starting the bicycle shop that would lead them to experimenting with flight. After numerous attempts at creating flying machines, several years of hard work, and tons of failed prototypes, the brothers finally created a plane that could get airborne and stay there.

Public Figures
From politicians to talk show hosts, these figures had a few failures before they came out on top.
17.  Winston Churchill: This Nobel Prize-winning, twice-elected Prime Minster of the United Kingdom wasn't always as well regarded as he is today. Churchill struggled in school and failed the sixth grade. After school he faced many years of political failures, as he was defeated in every election for public office until he finally became the Prime Minister at the ripe old age of 62.
18.  Abraham Lincoln: While today he is remembered as one of the greatest leaders of our nation, Lincoln's life wasn't so easy. In his youth he went to war a captain and returned a private (if you're not familiar with military ranks, just know that private is as low as it goes.) Lincoln didn't stop failing there, however. He started numerous failed business and was defeated in numerous runs he made for public office.
19.  Oprah Winfrey: Most people know Oprah as one of the most iconic faces on TV as well as one of the richest and most successful women in the world. Oprah faced a hard road to get to that position, however, enduring a rough and often abusive childhood as well as numerous career setbacks including being fired from her job as a television reporter because she was "unfit for tv."
20.  Harry S. TrumanThis WWI vet, Senator, Vice President and eventual President eventually found success in his life, but not without a few missteps along the way. Truman started a store that sold silk shirts and other clothing–seemingly a success at first–only go bankrupt a few years later.
21.  Dick Cheney: This recent Vice President and businessman made his way to the White House but managed to flunk out of Yale University, not once, but twice. Former President George W. Bush joked with Cheney about this fact, stating, "So now we know –if you graduate from Yale, you become president. If you drop out, you get to be vice president."

Hollywood Types
These faces ought to be familiar from the big screen, but these actors, actresses and directors saw their fair share of rejection and failure before they made it big. Students interested in careers in acting could benefit from online liberal arts degrees that expose them to multiple disciplines and give them a broad knowledge base to draw from when considering how to play a role.
22.  Jerry Seinfeld: Just about everybody knows who Seinfeld is, but the first time the young comedian walked on stage at a comedy club, he looked out at the audience, froze and was eventually jeered and booed off of the stage. Seinfeld knew he could do it, so he went back the next night, completed his set to laughter and applause, and the rest is history.
23.  Fred Astaire: In his first screen test, the testing director of MGM noted that Astaire, "Can't act. Can't sing. Slightly bald. Can dance a little." Astaire went on to become an incredibly successful actor, singer and dancer and kept that note in his Beverly Hills home to remind him of where he came from.
24.  Sidney Poitier: After his first audition, Poitier was told by the casting director, "Why don't you stop wasting people's time and go out and become a dishwasher or something?" Poitier vowed to show him that he could make it, going on to win an Oscar and become one of the most well-regarded actors in the business.
25.  Jeanne Moreau: As a young actress just starting out, this French actress was told by a casting director that she was simply not pretty enough to make it in films. He couldn't have been more wrong as Moreau when on to star in nearly 100 films and win numerous awards for her performances.
26.  Charlie Chaplin: It's hard to imagine film without the iconic Charlie Chaplin, but his act was initially rejected by Hollywood studio chiefs because they felt it was a little too nonsensical to ever sell.
27.  Lucille Ball: During her career, Ball had thirteen Emmy nominations and four wins, also earning the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Kennedy Center Honors. Before starring in I Love Lucy, Ball was widely regarded as a failed actress and a B movie star. Even her drama instructors didn't feel she could make it, telling her to try another profession. She, of course, proved them all wrong.
28.  Harrison FordIn his first film, Ford was told by the movie execs that he simply didn't have what it takes to be a star. Today, with numerous hits under his belt, iconic portrayals of characters like Han Solo and Indiana Jones, and a career that stretches decades, Ford can proudly show that he does, in fact, have what it takes.
29.  Marilyn Monroe: While Monroe's star burned out early, she did have a period of great success in her life. Despite a rough upbringing and being told by modeling agents that she should instead consider being a secretary, Monroe became a pin-up, model and actress that still strikes a chord with people today.
30.  Oliver Stone: This Oscar-winning filmmaker began his first novel while at Yale, a project that eventually caused him to fail out of school. This would turn out to be a poor decision as the the text was rejected by publishers and was not published until 1998, at which time it was not well-received. After dropping out of school, Stone moved to Vietnam to teach English, later enlisting in the army and fighting in the war, a battle that earning two Purple Hearts and helped him find the inspiration for his later work that often center around war.
Writers and Artists
We've all heard about starving artists and struggling writers, but these stories show that sometimes all that work really does pay off with success in the long run. Students who would like to prepare for careers as artists in various fields would benefit from online art and design degrees that teach them marketable skills.
31.  Vincent Van GoghDuring his lifetime, Van Gogh sold only one painting, and this was to a friend and only for a very small amount of money. While Van Gogh was never a success during his life, he plugged on with painting, sometimes starving to complete his over 800 known works. Today, they bring in hundreds of millions.
32.  Emily DickinsonRecluse and poet Emily Dickinson is a commonly read and loved writer. Yet in her lifetime she was all but ignored, having fewer than a dozen poems published out of her almost 1,800 completed works.
33.  Theodor Seuss GieselToday nearly every child has read The Cat in the Hat or Green Eggs and Ham, yet 27 different publishers rejected Dr. Seuss's first book To Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street.
34.  Charles SchultzSchultz's Peanuts comic strip has had enduring fame, yet this cartoonist had every cartoon he submitted rejected by his high school yearbook staff. Even after high school, Schultz didn't have it easy, applying and being rejected for a position working with Walt Disney.
35.  Steven Spielberg: While today Spielberg's name is synonymous with big budget, he was rejected from the University of Southern California School of Theater, Film and Television three times. He eventually attended school at another location, only to drop out to become a director before finishing. Thirty-five years after starting his degree, Spielberg returned to school in 2002 to finally complete his work and earn his BA.
36.  Stephen King: The first book by this author, the iconic thriller Carrie, received 30 rejections, finally causing King to give up and throw it in the trash. His wife fished it out and encouraged him to resubmit it, and the rest is history, with King now having hundreds of books published the distinction of being one of the best-selling authors of all time.
37.  Zane GreyIncredibly popular in the early 20th century, this adventure book writer began his career as a dentist, something he quickly began to hate. So, he began to write, only to see rejection after rejection for his works, being told eventually that he had no business being a writer and should given up. It took him years, but at 40, Zane finally got his first work published, leaving him with almost 90 books to his name and selling over 50 million copies worldwide.
38.  J. K. Rowling: Rowling may be rolling in a lot of Harry Potter dough today, but before she published the series of novels she was nearly penniless, severely depressed, divorced, trying to raise a child on her own while attending school and writing a novel. Rowling went from depending on welfare to survive to being one of the richest women in the world in a span of only five years through her hard work and determination.
39.  MonetToday Monet's work sells for millions of dollars and hangs in some of the most prestigious institutions in the world. Yet during his own time, it was mocked and rejected by the artistic elite, the Paris Salon. Monet kept at his impressionist style, which caught on and in many ways was a starting point for some major changes to art that ushered in the modern era.
40.  Jack London: This well-known American author wasn't always such a success. While he would go on to publish popular novels like White Fang and The Call of the Wild, his first story received six hundred rejection slips before finally being accepted.
41.  Louisa May Alcott: Most people are familiar with Alcott's most famous work, Little Women. Yet Alcott faced a bit of a battle to get her work out there and was was encouraged to find work as a servant by her family to make ends meet. It was her letters back home during her experience as a nurse in the Civil War that gave her the first big break she needed.

While their music is some of the best selling, best loved and most popular around the world today, these musicians show that it takes a whole lot of determination to achieve success.
42.  Wolfgang Amadeus MozartMozart began composing at the age of five, writing over 600 pieces of music that today are lauded as some of the best ever created. Yet during his lifetime, Mozart didn't have such an easy time, and was often restless, leading to his dismissal from a position as a court musician in Salzberg. He struggled to keep the support of the aristocracy and died with little to his name.
43.  Elvis Presley: As one of the best-selling artists of all time, Elvis has become a household name even years after his death. But back in 1954, Elvis was still a nobody, and Jimmy Denny, manager of the Grand Ole Opry, fired Elvis Presley after just one performance telling him, "You ain't goin' nowhere, son. You ought to go back to drivin' a truck."
44.  Igor Stravinsky: In 1913 when Stravinsky debuted his now famous Rite of Spring, audiences rioted, running the composer out of town. Yet it was this very work that changed the way composers in the 19th century thought about music and cemented his place in musical history.
45.  The BeatlesFew people can deny the lasting power of this super group, still popular with listeners around the world today. Yet when they were just starting out, a recording company told them no. The were told "we don't like their sound, and guitar music is on the way out," two things the rest of the world couldn't have disagreed with more.
46.  Ludwig van Beethoven: In his formative years, young Beethoven was incredibly awkward on the violin and was often so busy working on his own compositions that he neglected to practice. Despite his love of composing, his teachers felt he was hopeless at it and would never succeed with the violin or in composing. Beethoven kept plugging along, however, and composed some of the best-loved symphonies of all time–five of them while he was completely deaf.

While some athletes rocket to fame, others endure a path fraught with a little more adversity, like those listed here.
47.  Michael JordanMost people wouldn't believe that a man often lauded as the best basketball player of all time was actually cut from his high school basketball team. Luckily, Jordan didn't let this setback stop him from playing the game and he has stated, "I have missed more than 9,000 shots in my career. I have lost almost 300 games. On 26 occasions I have been entrusted to take the game winning shot, and I missed. I have failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed."
48.  Stan SmithThis tennis player was rejected from even being a lowly ball boy for a Davis Cup tennis match because event organizers felt he was too clumsy and uncoordinated. Smith went on to prove them wrong, showcasing his not-so-clumsy skills by winning Wimbledon, U. S. Open and eight Davis Cups.
49.  Babe RuthYou probably know Babe Ruth because of his home run record (714 during his career), but along with all those home runs came a pretty hefty amount of strikeouts as well (1,330 in all). In fact, for decades he held the record for strikeouts. When asked about this he simply said, "Every strike brings me closer to the next home run."
50.  Tom LandryAs the coach of the Dallas Cowboys, Landry brought the team two Super Bowl victories, five NFC Championship victories and holds the records for the record for the most career wins. He also has the distinction of having one of the worst first seasons on record (winning no games) and winning five or fewer over the next four seasons.


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