In this episode of “Y.E.L. 2.0”, your host Peter Voogd, serial Entrepreneur, Mentor, Speaker, Best-selling Author, Husband and Father talks about The Most Important Millionaire Traits and Habits of 2021.
- Peter says all the millionaires he has talked to, they make decisions fast, they have a criteria or a filter system for their decisions.
- According to Peter, someone who's more established always is more certain.
- He mentions that if you don't understand how to develop people, then you will make money when you work more hours, and that gets very tricky, as you get older.
- Peter reveals that he has a filter system for the deals but he wants to teach people how to do that so they start multiplying their money.
- He suggests investing on four things Yourself, Business, Assets and Workspaces to have the most fulfilling and rewarding life.
- Finally, Peters states that the difference between courage and competence is that confidence feels really good but courage doesn’t.
3 Key Points:
- As per Peter, millionaires or someone who's more established always is more certain, and are the ones that usually get a deal negotiation are people they want to cheap that everyone knows that you should practice more.
- The best way to become an exceptional leader is to get to the next level by working on developing people and becoming a People Developer, it's about mastering the “What and Why” and finding the best for How.
- Perfectionism is the enemy of entrepreneurship and real entrepreneurship is committing yourself before you have the guarantee of success.
- “Most people take forever to make decisions, and it's easy to change their mind.” - Peter Voogd
- “So I'm just going to go through simply the four places that successful people invest their money.” - Peter Voogd
- “You don't have to make a million year to be a millionaire.” - Peter Voogd
- “Memorable and meaningful experiences, that's important” - Peter Voogd
- “I think your ambition starts to die when you start trying to design a courage free future, where you don't have to take any risks” - Peter Voogd
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