Ever wondered how many millionaires are in the world? Have you ever wondered why most aren’t? There are 7 billion people in this world, and look at where the masses work, agriculture or service industries. How many of those 3.1 billion are millionaires? Almost 2 million are not old enough to work, 577 million are 64 or older and should be retiring, but can’t because they have no retirement left. Hell, there are more unemployed than people who are building their own businesses and dreams. Almost 95% of the world are either too young to work, are old to retire but can’t, or they are working to build somebody else’s dream and business.
Think about this, 1% of the world’s population holds 99% of the world’s wealth. Why is that? Is it because our system is broken? Nope it does exactly what it’s supposed to do. Train and teach people to follow directions and orders. We are great at it. We breed employees from an early age. And those who don’t fit the mold, don’t do well in school. But they are the ones who are the entrepreneurs of the world. Most of the time, the A+ students typically work for the C- students. Wonder why?!?
Now if our system isn’t broken, yet we still have poverty issues. Is it too far to stretch that maybe that was the master plan after all? Think about it. If you want to be a vet, you go to veterinarian school. If you want to be an electrician, you study what electricians do. If you want to be a chef, you follow what the chef tells you to do. If our system was designed to breed and teach business entrepreneurship, then our system would designed to teach people to think for themselves, or how to think outside the box, instead of teaching how to follow orders, fold our arms and stay in line.
If you want to be a millionaire, you need to follow what millionaires do. If you want to be a teacher, follow what teachers do. If you want to be an entrepreneur, or an internet marketer, or a fire fighter, follow what they do. If you want anything in life, no matter what it is, follow the steps that others have taken for yourself. The world is abundant, the only limiting obstacle in your way is you.