The Millionaire Mentor is a little book with a BIG message, offering sage advice you can use to move ahead in your work and in life.
It's a powerful parable with inspiring insights about believing in yourself, your objectives, and your dreams - and taking action to achieve them! Poignant and illuminating, it unlocks the secrets of winning in a simple, yet profound, story about an entrepreneur and his protege.
The story begins when young Oscar meets Roy, a wealthy businessman, outside the Palace of Frozen Delights. Seeing Roy's Mercedes, Oscar says, "Wow! You must be rich. How did you get that way?
Roy takes Oscar under his wing, and they start meeting monthly at the Palace. Oscar matures from a wide-eyed kid to a wealthy adult - fueled by Roy's invaluable words of wisdom.
The story is uplifting yet pragmatic, philosophical but fun. It's an enjoyable, easy-to-read narrative, highlighted by a unique series of motivational success cards. Strong, yet warmhearted, Roy teaches Oscar habits you, too, can use to achieve not only material success, but also the ultimate fulfillment of finding and living your purpose.
The story can be read in an hour, but its impact can last a lifetime.
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Greg Reid is founder of Work$mart, Inc., an advertising/promotional company in San Diego, California. The Millionaire Mentor is his first book. His more than twenty years of sales and marketing experience is distilled into this drama, which is based on real-life, hard-won lessons, and achieving true success.
Like his character Roy, in the book, he believes in giving back. Greg teaches that we can achieve anything in life as long as we believe in ourselves, focus on our goals, and help others.
When he speaks at businesses, charity events, universities, and other venues, Greg demonstrates that determination, backed by a positive attitude, can work wonders. He is living proof that this philosophy works.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
It’s 10 a.m. Saturday morning outside the local ice-cream parlor in small-town, U.S.A. A young man named Oscar excitedly awaits his first meeting with his new mentor. Being raised by his mother, a single parent, Oscar looks forward to spending time with a positive, supportive, male role model.
Little does he know that the person he is about to meet will change his life forever.
Oscar is not a bad kid. He is what the local mentoring program considers an "at-risk" youth. Without the loving attention and encouraging influence he needs at this early time in his life, he may get sucked into a rough and tumble "street" education. This could possibly happen through the acceptance he would feel as a member of a gang, rather than from a role model who could mold his young character in a more positive manner.
The program where his mother has placed him is the talk of the town. Everyone’s buzzing about the quality of the people that the organization attracts, and the extensive background checks they perform. Having met the mentor, Roy, in person, Oscar’s mother knows her son is in great hands.
Oscar stands there in his t-shirt with "Hot Shot" printed on the front, watching every passing car with anticipation that the next one will bring his new friend.
The young man’s eyes light up as he watches a brand new Mercedes Benz, glistening in the sunlight, roll up and stop right in front of him. The window rolls down with the touch of a switch, and a kindly looking older man says, in a friendly voice, "You must be Oscar, the young man I have an appointment with."
The boy watches, wide-eyed, as the man gets out of the car. "I’m Roy," he volunteers. Oscar is too dumbfounded to acknowledge the introduction.
"Wow!" the boy says. "You must be rich. How did you get that way?"
"Just the fact that you asked me that question means chances are one day you’ll be rich too," the older man says with a grin.
"I want to be rich," the boy answers smiling. "What do I do first?"
"The real question is, what do you do last?" Roy says.
"Last?" Oscar asks, amazed.
"Yes," continues the mentor, in a warm and friendly tone. "Success is all about following through and taking action on your ideas. You see, most people work hard. They’re excited by wonderful ideas with great potential. However, very few actually follow through on their ideas with any sort of sustained effort."
"I have an idea!" Oscar exclaims.
"That’s great! Are you willing to do what it takes to make it a reality?"
"I sure am!" Oscar replies. "I don’t know a lot about business, but I have an idea I’d look mighty good in that car of yours!"
The businessman holds back a smile and asks Oscar, "Do you know why most people don’t follow through on their ideas?"
The boy shrugs.
"FEAR, plain and simple. And it’s usually because we’re afraid of one of two things—fear of success or fear of failure. There is only one way I know of to conquer one’s fears and that is to meet them HEAD ON and work through the doubts."
The businessman reaches into his vest pocket, pulls out a card, and hands it to the boy, saying "You see, son, if you believe it, you CAN achieve it. Just keep taking steps toward your goals. The boy looks down at the card and reads it.
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