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Why You Have Not Achieved Your Goal! (2 min read) — The Millionaire’s Digest

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Levi Walker

Founder & Owner of: Learn with Caveman

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Business, Entrepreneur and Successful Living Writer

You have unlimited potential, so why are you not seeing the results, why are you not reaching your goals.

It’s one of two things, or both.

  • You are blaming other people for your problems.
  • You have not pursued your goal with resolve.

You have to take a long look in the mirror and ask yourself if you really want it. Is it your goal or someone else’s? If you really want it, if it’s your goal and you set it. What is stopping you? Most people have a list of problems going through their head after that question. Here are two of the problems that most people talk about.

  1. Not enough time
  2. I don’t know how to… you fill in the blank

You have the same amount of time in the day as the person who is achieving their goal and we live in the year 2016, you can learn anything if you try hard enough. These excuses don’t work, the truth is you don’t really want it, you want to have excuses to talk to your friends about. You want to keep telling your story about how the world is out to get you. It may sound harsh but do a little personal inventory the next time you are with your friends.

If you want to achieve your goal, work for it. Get up early or stay up late. Take a class or find YouTube videos to help you learn what it takes to get there. You have to put in the work.

Reaffirm your goal with resolve.

There is a quote by Benjamin Disraeli that sums up resolve in a powerful way. “Nothing will withstand the power of the human will if it is willing to stake its very existence to the extent of it’s purpose.”

Ladies and Gentlemen, that’s it. If you pursue your goals with resolve you won’t need to blame other people for things gone wrong. You will be so busy making things happen others won’t phase you. You can take a hit, get up, and keep moving.

The fact is you have unlimited potential, you can achieve your goal! There’s a beast inside waiting to get out. Make up your mind to pursue your goal with resolve and set the beast free.

Do you want to know more about the beast inside? Check it out here on Learn with Caveman.

Article Credits: Levi Walker

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor

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Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Levi Walker Founder & Owner of: Learn with Caveman Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Business, Entrepreneur and Successful Living Writer You have unlimited potential, so why are you not seeing the results, why are you not reaching your goals.

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Handbag Essentials- Do You have them All? (1 min read) — The Millionaire’s Digest

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Katie Dodshon

Founder & Owner of: Girls Geek

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Beauty and Lifestyle Writer

Since the summer season is coming to an end, we need to think carefully about what we need to take out with us.

The essential essentials: 

  • Hairbrush– for when that unexpected gust of wind blows your weave totally out of place.
  • Lip balm– Cold wind means chapped lips, always carry this around to pop on when they feel dry.
  • Paracetamol– Or any other pain relief. We never know when that stressed-at-work headache is going to kick in.
  • Feminine hygiene– That time of the month could catch you off guard, always be prepared!

The unexpected weather essentials:

  • Sunglasses– Gorgeous fashion accessory even if the sun doesn’t come out.
  • Umbrella– It goes without saying to always carry one everywhere, who wants to be caught up in a downpour? Not me.

The ‘freshen up’ essentials:

  • Body spray/deodorant– There is nothing worse than feeling a bit sweaty after a long day and not being able to do anything about it! Always have a mini spray in your bag to freshen up whenever you feel like it.
  • Perfume– Although not essential, it’s nice to always be smelling like you did when you first left the house this morning.

The ‘top up’ essentials: 

  • Concealer– Handy little thing to keep close incase a spot appears out of the blue! Also brightens the eyes if you’ve had a really long day.
  • Mascara– Topping up mascara in your lunch break will widen your eyes so you look fresh for the rest of the day.
  • Powder– Just incase your makeup hasn’t stayed as well as you thought!
  • Mini cosmetics bag– To keep all these makeup products together.

Article Credits: Katie Dodshon

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor

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How to Relate to your Audience! (2 min read) — Millionaire’s Digest

How to Relate to your Audience! (2 min read)

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Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member:  Kaila O’ Neill

Founder & Owner of: Makeup by Kaila

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Beauty and Lifestyle Writer

For me, one of the biggest things to learn when I first began blogging was how to relate to my audience! In school, we are taught to avoid personal pronouns such as I, we, me, etc, but when blogging, that is the most important thing to do! In this post, I will tell you some of the best tips I have discovered over my months of blogging to relate to an audience!

Personalize it!

No one wants to read a research paper for a blog post! Give your own opinions and share your own life experiences! If you always write formal, your readers will feel very distant. Saying “This product is great” is much less personal than saying “After trying this product, I love it!” Make your readers feel connected to you

Listen to input!

After every post, ask your readers to tell you what posts they would like to see! This way you will be able to write about what your audience wants to hear about! Plus they’ll be more likely to share your article if they requested it!

Reply to comments!

I often fall into the trap of not wanting to reply to every single comment on my blog, but it is so important! You have to interact with your readers or they will lose interest!

Use social media!

Using social media to connect and relate to your readers is so important. It is much easier to get in contact there and they will be able to see all of your updates!

Use current references!

Many people like to hear about what’s popular. Using a reference, whether it be a celebrity, saying, tv show, anything and including it in your blog post will really further your website because readers will feel like they are similar to you!

Don’t be too out of reach!

Even if you are making millions of dollars every blog post, don’t talk about that because chances are your readers don’t know what that feels like! You want your readers to feel like they can relate you you, not to feel like you are some distant figure.

I hope you enjoyed this most as much as I enjoyed writing it! Just remember to be yourself and I’m sure your readers will be able to relate to that! Have a great week!

Article Credits: Kaila O’ Neil

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor

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The Law of 33% (3 min read) 

The Law of 33% (3 min read) –

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Sam Sanderson

Founder & Owner of: Simplistic


Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Business, Entrepreneur and Successful Living Writer

In essence, this law says that 33% of your time should be split up evenly between 3 different groups of people.

1. People Below You

The first 33% is the most simple. This is time spent with people who you would consider below you. For example, maybe you are higher up at your current company and you wish to help an intern learn some new skills. Or perhaps maybe you are an experienced stock trader and wish to help somebody learn the basics who is just starting out. The point is that as you learn and grow it is important to share the knowledge you learn and give advice to others. Helping others is key and will also aid you in your own growth and personal development.

2. People On the Same Level As You

This is time spent with people you would consider who are on “the same level” as you. In other words your friends and peers. As mentioned before it is VERY important who you choose to spend your time with. You need to surround yourself with like-minded individuals who have a vision, work hard, support you and are working towards similar goals. Your peer group should motivate you and push you not bring you down. Non constructive Negativity is the worst thing you can be around and you need to avoid it like the plague at all costs.

3. Mentors/ People Above You

This leads us to the last 33%, which is actually the most important of the three. This is time spent with people who you would consider above you ie. people who are at a level of success or a point in life that you are looking to attain and working towards being at. This is the most crucial part of your success because seeing people where you want to be make you realize it is possible, which is more powerful than you know. Your limit and potential is only caused by your beliefs about what is attainable so seeing people achieve are very important to your success. Take the history of the four minute mile for example, it was impossible until one man accomplished it. After that many people accomplished the four minute mile feat. Finding mentors and surrounding yourself with successful people also pushes you to work harder and to enhance your threshold of excellence.  It also provides you with a person who will track your progress and keep you in check and work towards your goals. Lastly, they are a huge source of motivation which is huge. They will inspire you and help push you on those days when you feel like giving up.

SUMMARY:  The law of 33% percent says your time should be divided equally between three different parties. This is people below you, on the same level, and above you. This is key to your personal growth and your path towards being successful.

10 Characteristics of Successful Entrepreneurs (3 min read) — Millionaire’s Digest

10 Characteristics of Successful Entrepreneurs (3 min read)

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1. They do what they enjoy.

What you get out of your business in the form of personal satisfaction, financial gain, stability and enjoyment will be the sum of what you put into your business. So if you don’t enjoy what you’re doing, in all likelihood it’s safe to assume that will be reflected in the success of your business–or subsequent lack of success. In fact, if you don’t enjoy what you’re doing, chances are you won’t succeed.

2. Take what they do seriously.

You cannot expect to be effective and successful in business unless you truly believe in your business and in the goods and services that you sell.

3. Plan everything.

Planning builds habits that every entrepreneur should develop, implement, and maintain. The act of business planning is so important because it requires you to analyze each business situation, research and compile data, and make conclusions based mainly on the facts as revealed through the research.

Read: 6 Habits of Successful People

4. Manage money wisely.

The lifeblood of any business enterprise is cash flow. You need it to buy inventory, pay for services, promote and market your business, repair and replace tools and equipment, and pay yourself so that you can continue to work.

5. Project a positive business image.

You have but a passing moment to make a positive and memorable impression on people with whom you intend to do business. As an entrepreneur, you must go out of your way and make a conscious effort to always project the most professional business image possible.



6. Level the playing field with technology.

You should avoid getting overly caught up in the high-tech world, but you should also know how to take advantage of using it. One of the most amazing aspects of the internet is that a one or two person business operating from a basement can have a superior website to a $50 million company, and nobody knows the difference. Make sure you’re keeping up with the high-tech world as it suits your needs. The best technology is that which helps you, not that which impresses your neighbors.

7. Become known as an expert.

When you have a problem that needs to be solved, do you seek just anyone’s advice or do you seek an expert in the field to help solve your particular problem? Obviously, you want the most accurate information and assistance that you can get. You naturally seek an expert to help solve your problem.

8. Create a competitive advantage.

Entrepreneurs must have a clearly defined unique selling proposition. This is nothing more than a fancy way of asking the vital question, “Why will people choose to do business with you or purchase your product or service instead of doing business with a competitor and buying his product or service?” In other words, what one aspect or combination of aspects is going to separate your business from your competition? Will it be better service, a longer warranty, better selection, longer business hours, more flexible payment options, lowest price, personalized service, better customer service, better return and exchange policies or a combination of several of these?

9. Invest in themselves.

Entrepreneurs buy and read business and marketing books, magazines, reports, journals, newsletters, websites and industry publications, knowing that these resources will improve their understanding of business and marketing functions and skills.

10. Build a rock-solid reputation.

A good reputation is unquestionably one of the most tangible and marketable assets an entrepreneur can have. You can’t simply buy a good reputation; it’s something that you earn by honoring your promises. If you promise to have the merchandise in the customer’s hands by Wednesday, you have no excuse not to have it there.

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