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Millionaire Success Habits is a book designed with one purpose in mind; and that is to take you from where you are in life, to where you want to be in life, by using easy to implement “Success Habits” into your daily routine.

This book is not about adding more time to your day. It is about replacing those things that are not serving your future with success habits designs specifically to assist you on your journey to that better you.

This book has broken down the walls of complexity and created simple success recipes for you to quickly implement in your life to reach the level of wealth and abundance you desire.

“In this incredibly inspiring book, Dean Graziosi gives us the key to greater happiness, wealth and freedom. A must-read.” – Brendon Burchard

“Dean Graziosi has the unique ability to take what others make so complicated and boil it down to a recipe for success that anyone can follow.” – Larry King

“In this book there are amazing recipes to get the life you want faster, easier and with less stress. Read it and live rich!” – David Bach


INTRODUCTION

In the spring of 1944 a boy who we’ll call J.P. was born to immigrant parents in a rough neighborhood in the heart of Los Angeles. Before J.P. was two years old, his parents divorced, his mother struggled financially, and by the time he was nine years old J.P. was out on the streets looking for a way to help his mom make ends meet. Newspapers, flowerpots, Christmas cards–you name it, he most likely tried to sell it. When his mother could no longer take care of J.P. and his brother, the boys were placed in a foster home. As a teenager with no parental guidance, J.P. fell into the wrong crowd, joined a local gang, and struggled to pass his classes as a student at John Marshall High School in Los Angeles. One day in 11th grade, J.P.’s high school teacher caught him and his friend Michelle goofing-off and passing notes in class, and proceeded to make them both stand up in front of the room while he proclaimed; “See these two? Don’t hang around them because they’re not going to amount to anything. They’ll absolutely never make it in any business.” J.P. may have not realized it at the time, but moments like that are what start to create our life habits: successful ones but also bad ones that can hold us back from our full potential. J.P. could have said to himself: “I’ll never amount to anything”. But he said, “The hell with that guy, I’ll prove him wrong.”

 

J.P. developed his first success habit on one of his very first jobs. He said, “I worked all of my life, starting from nine years old. I had things like paper routes at eleven years old that I continued throughout high school. I even worked for a while at the local dry cleaner sweeping the floors and doing odd jobs for an owner that was so tight with money that he squeaked when he walked! I was working as hard as I possibly could for a mere $1.25 per hour. Then one day after school he called me over and said, ‘Last night I looked behind the cabinets and there was no dust! Then I picked up a rug, no dust! You clean this place as if I’m watching you every minute!’ I said, ‘You hired me to clean and my job is to do the best I can.’ He was so pleased he gave me a raise to a $1.50 an hour. For him to do that, it was like I won an Academy Award. And to be honest, I learned an important lesson from this period of my life. Successful people, whether they’re working for somebody else or working for themselves, do whatever they do to the best of their ability—as if the boss is watching them every minute of every day. I learned that in everything you do, always do your best.” Some may believe that this makes you a foolish “Yes man”. I believe that doing your best is just one of many success habits you should develop. The benefits are numerous, varied, and significant. In this instance, his habit helped J.P. complete a mundane task in the present (and complete it well) and led him to tasks in the future that he loved.

Before continuing with J.P.’s story, I’d like to tell you a little about success habits and how this book will help you to make them your own. I am going to show you a path and process that will allow you to adopt success habits so they stick. You don’t have to flip your world upside down, or try to force “new habits” overnight that disrupt your life and cause you to go back to where you started. Rather, you can make barely-noticeable, small shifts in your daily routines by nudging out those things that don’t serve you and replacing them with habits that create a path to wealth and abundance. It doesn’t matter if you are an entrepreneur, a business owner, an executive, an investor, an employee, or a young person just starting your first job. The habits, principles, recipes, and exercises in the coming chapters will give you a competitive edge, catapulting you to that next level. So while this book’s main focus is on financial success, the methods I’ll share can also propel you to new levels of fulfillment in other areas of your life, including family, parenting, friendships, relationships, spirituality, health, physical fitness, love, passion, intimacy, and more. No matter what anyone has told you in the past, you are entitled to and can possess fulfillment, joy, and abundance in all areas of your life. I’ll help you develop these habits through a variety of methods. I’ll share amazing stories of hugely successful people I know and how they learned and applied the behaviors and routines that allowed them to become high achievers and earners. I’ll provide exercises for you to develop and practice new habits. And I’ll offer some stories from my own life that I hope will inspire and instruct. More about all this a bit later. Now let’s return to our friend, who when we last saw him was sweeping floors with great effort and skill. J.P. proceeded to graduate high school, but didn’t go to college. Instead he joined the U.S. Navy and served two years on the aircraft carrier, USS Hornet. After the navy, J.P. held various low-paying jobs including working as a janitor, at a gas station, and as an insurance salesman. He worked briefly for Redken Laboratories, but was fired after a disagreement with his boss. He even took a job as a low-paid door-to-door encyclopedia salesman. Looking back on that time, J.P. says he learned another important life-long success habit. “I would knock on 50 doors and all 50 would be closed in my face. So I had to learn how to be just as enthusiastic on door number 51 or 151 as I was on the first door.” He learned to overcome rejection, communicate with people by listening to them, and how to persuade others to take action. Even though this was not a dream job, he didn’t realize at the time that he was building some of the key success habits that would allow him to achieve breakthroughs later in his life. At the time, though, they helped him persevere. The average door-to-door encyclopedia salesman at that time, working for straight commission, lasted only three days, while J.P. lasted three and a half years. Despite his work ethic, J.P. still became homeless as a young adult.

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