If you are an entrepreneur, you probably know how to think big. When I say think big, I mean you can probably see the path from where you are now all the way to the top. Now it’s just a matter of taking action and making it a reality. There are a lot of aspects to success, and one of them is of course the ability to go out into the world and carve out money for yourself. Have you thought about what it would be like to make one billion dollars?
It’s a ballsy thing to think about, but a lot of people have done it. A few months ago, I wrote an article called How Current Self-Made Billionaire Entrepreneurs Got Rich. It was in infographic with a few bullet points on the topic. Today I’d like to get into it a little deeper.
The flipbook below is called How Billionaires Hit It Big: The Path To $1B (by eBay Deals). It goes into detail about how five of the world’s billionaires found the path to making at least one billion dollars. It includes a profile on Warren Buffett, Elon Musk, Liliane Bettencourt, Oprah Winfrey and Li Ka-Shing.
When you flip through the pages and start reading about their lives, it’s inspiring. It will make you realize that anything is possible. Most of them became friends with money at an early age. For example, when Warren Buffett was in high school, he bought a pinball machine for $25. He later sold that same pinball machine for $1,200. He purchased his first stock when he was only 11-years-old.
I could go on and on, but I’ll let you page though this flipbook for yourself so you can read the stories firsthand. For a few of these people, the path to making one billion dollars seemed almost accidental, and for a few others, it seemed almost strategic from the beginning. I hope you enjoy this as much as I did.
The Path To One Billion Dollars: 5 Real Life Examples
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