Are You Different? Do You Think Like a First Generation Millionaire?

Are you different? Do you like money, not for what it is, but what it can bring to you and expose you to? I know many of you started your entrepreneurial journey by discovering many different ways to make a living and how to lead a better life. The biggest part is that you are exposed to it.

I started thinking bigger about life, about making money, and about creating choices differently than my life in the past when I came out of the Marine Corps. That’s because I was exposed to a totally different life. The same might happen to you too. When you’re exposed to a different life, you might discover that you like it better and are, in fact, better at it than what you’re doing currently.

I wanted to share something with you guys. And if you like what I share, you might be different too. Different in terms of your desire to lead a better life. A life that many people only dream of, never doing anything to actually manifest it. Also, let me tell you that this is not for the weary, not for the average and ordinary thinking people, and certainly not for the judgmental or skeptical people.

First Generation Millionaire

If you want to be a first-generation cash flow millionaire, this might inspire you to reach a new level. I know you deserve to live this life as well, especially in the midst of quarantine and this pandemic.

So, let me share with you a little something. About six or seven years ago, I had already been 14 years in the business and my dad still didn’t believe in me. I don’t know why this is so uncomfortable for me to even say, but it is. But anyway, I took him to a company-paid trip to Hawai because I wanted to be different and I wanted him to get a glimpse of this different life.

I took him on that trip, and I took him on a private helicopter tour, showing him Hawai, the volcanoes, the waterfalls, and a big smile came across his face. Long story short, I told him I’m gonna be different. And after we got down from the helicopter, he looked at me and said, “Son, I like your business.” And this was all because I chose to be different.

I hope that if you want to change your family’s life, you embrace being different. Different in the way you think, different the way you talk, different the way you handle money, and different the way you face the tough times. And I can tell you from experience from a financial, economic, and health perspective, that your life is going to be very different from the rest because you “chose” to be different. That’s all it takes.