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The 6 Habits of Millionaire Entrepreneurs

The 6 Habits of Millionaire Entrepreneurs

1. Start with what you have

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You may think that in order to start a successful business you need to have everything in order; a business loan, an office, a staff of in house marketers and maybe even an assistant. Well sorry to burst your bubble but it rarely happens that way.

Take a note from Hugh Hefner, the founder of Playboy magazine, who started in his kitchen with a small 1,000 dollar loan from his mom. He put the first magazine together himself, by hand, and didn’t put a date on it because he didn’t know if there would be a second issue. 

2. Be Consistent

“Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out.” – Robert Collier

The problem with success is that it doesn’t happen overnight. Without being consistent in your efforts you miss out on your opportunity of success. Pat Flynn creator of Smartpassiveincome.com is the poster boy for consistency and posts his monthly earnings online every month (October earnings $120,217.15).

Being that most of his monthly income comes from his daily continuous efforts in digital marketing, search engine optimization, back linking, and pod casts; He would never have gotten where he is today without consistency.


3. Work smart, but never be afraid to work hard

The main goal of any business person is to make money. Making money fast through get rich quick schemes never work out. At best the money you make is at the cost of exploiting someone else’s ignorance and at worst it could mean doing something illegal.

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January Cocktail: Hot Buttered Rum

January Cocktail: Hot Buttered Rum

A perfect cocktail for low temperatures and nights out in the city with that double-breasted winter peacoat you’ve been dying to wear.

There’s not much better than a glass of melted butter mixed with your favorite golden spirit. This drink was the result of colonial  New Englander’s habit of putting rum in everything.

It just so happens, this combo actually taste good.

This version was created out of a Boston cocktail bar in Hawthorne, and makes the winter warmer with the all-important addition of ice cream and black tea.

Gentlemen, enjoy.

The Recipe: Serves 18-20                           Glassware: Mugs or Rocks

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