Million Dollar Miracle$

Million Dollar Miracle$
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I had my own challenges and mountains to climb growing up as an only child. Not only was it lonely at times, if you didn't know, as a result of a freak accident that happened when I was 5, I lost half my hearing, developed learning and emotional challenges, and, for a brief period, was paralyzed on the right side of my body. Don't worry about me though, I'm 47 now and have made a few things work for us.While my mom, dad, and family did everything they could to help me recover and literally get back on my feet, one of our millionaire podcast guests had the opposite experience during his childhood.He wasn't an only child but the 13th of 15.While we didn't have much money to start with, he was born into a family of violence, drug abuse, and extreme poverty. As a child, he saw things that no adult (let alone a child) should ever see.And, as he limped through school, the administrators wrote him off as a lost cause since every one of his siblings before him, had dropped out.However, one school teacher did believe in him and helped him make it through school. From there, he went on to make his first million before age 30.Today, Greg, a multi-millionaire is in his 40s, has adopted many of his siblings' children, and is the only one in his family who has kept himself clean and out of prison.One person can make a difference.For Greg, it was one lone school teacher.Who was it for you?Will it be you for someone else?You can make a difference!The podcast with Greg will inspire and be a blessing to you.Click to listen and share.Who are you mentoring right now? Whose mentoring you? Proverbs says that there is safety among many counselors and that plans go wrong for lack of advice. No one is an island. If someone tries to convince you otherwise, run from them. To reach the level of success you are capable of, both are necessary.
I had my own challenges and mountains to climb growing up as an only child.

Not only was it lonely at times, if you didn't know, as a result of a freak accident that happened when I was 5, I lost half my hearing, developed learning and emotional challenges, and, for a brief period, was paralyzed on the right side of my body.

Don't worry about me though, I'm 47 now and have made a few things work for us.

While my mom, dad, and family did everything they could to help me recover and literally get back on my feet, one of our millionaire podcast guests had the opposite experience during his childhood.

He wasn't an only child but the 13th of 15.

While we didn't have much money to start with, he was born into a family of violence, drug abuse, and extreme poverty.

As a child, he saw things that no adult (let alone a child) should ever see.

And, as he limped through school, the administrators wrote him off as a lost cause since every one of his siblings before him, had dropped out.

However, one school teacher did believe in him and helped him make it through school. From there, he went on to make his first million before age 30.

Today, Greg, a multi-millionaire is in his 40s, has adopted many of his siblings' children, and is the only one in his family who has kept himself clean and out of prison.

One person can make a difference.

For Greg, it was one lone school teacher.

Who was it for you?

Will it be you for someone else?

You can make a difference!



The podcast with Greg will inspire and be a blessing to you.

Click to listen and share.

Who are you mentoring right now?

Whose mentoring you?

Proverbs says that there is safety among many counselors and that plans go wrong for lack of advice. No one is an island. If someone tries to convince you otherwise, run from them.

To reach the level of success you are capable of, both are necessary.

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