The video is about the seven most important lessons the speaker learned from meeting over a hundred millionaires, including the realization that millionaires are just regular people, the American dream of working a job and saving money is a lie, and the importance of developing a valuable skill set to become a millionaire.
This video by Jordan Welch was published on Jun 8, 2023. Video length: 11:24.
This video is about the seven most important lessons the speaker learned from meeting over a hundred millionaires.
The first lesson is that millionaires and successful people are just regular people, which was a mindset shift for the speaker. The second lesson is that the traditional American dream of working a job, saving money, and investing in retirement accounts is not the path that millionaires take. Instead, they focus on developing a highly valuable skill set and starting a business. The third lesson is that money is abundant and there is a lot of it out there, so if someone can't make money, they are doing something wrong.
The speaker also discusses the importance of surrounding oneself with people who have money and changing one's mindset about money.
Millionaires are just regular people, as seen through the speaker's encounter with a millionaire mentor who did not flaunt his wealth.
The traditional path of working a job and saving money is not how millionaires become wealthy; instead, they focus on developing valuable skills and starting businesses.
Money is abundant, but many people have a scarcity mindset that limits their expectations and opportunities.
Developing a valuable skill set is crucial for becoming a millionaire, as it can lead to high-paying jobs or successful businesses.
Setting massive goals and thinking bigger is important for achieving success and extracting money from the world.
Revolutionary ideas are not necessary for making money; success can be found by following existing business models and improving upon them.
Consistency and daily improvements in skills and knowledge are key to long-term success, and sticking with one path increases the chances of success.