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Billionaire Secret: World's Biggest Problems, Biggest Market Opportunities

Billionaires across the world, besides having money at their disposal share one thing in common: they don’t chase money, rather they pursue ...

Billionaires across the world, besides having money at their disposal share one thing in common: they don’t chase money, rather they pursue their dreams and everything else follows them.

They also have insight and focus on what they want to achieve in a particular time. The majority of rich entrepreneurs have encountered the setbacks that you encounter today.

By @Comic24Derick

However, they classify them as temporary setbacks that will push them further to achieve their goals.

A track of billionaires shows that the majority remained loyal to their dreams, and continued to spruce their images and empires to attain fame. In doing so, they work hard, putting the extra hours behind the scenes.

After years, they emerged bruised, yet satisfied that their input has finally paid off. To follow in the footsteps of success, you need to emulate the thinking of great people, what inspires them, and most of all: what to do with the wealth after acquiring it.

The formula to success is to solve problems

Did you know that, daily, an estimated 690 million people go to bed on an empty stomach globally? This translates to about 8.9 percent of the world’s population. And if you want to make money, solving this frequent problem must become part of your immediate business idea.
“Every decision I make is, ‘How is this helping me become a billionaire?” (Image:

Our everyday troubles can translate into a successful avenue. You don’t have to think too hard. Think education, and energy. Our everyday needs. Solve those, and you will never be poor again.

“The world's biggest problems are the world’s biggest market opportunities,” Peter Diamandis advocated. “And that’s a huge thing. Solve hunger, literacy, and energy problems, get the gratitude of the world and become a billionaire in the process.”

Hard world yields better results

“When I came into office, people said, ‘Billionaire? How do they live? What do they eat? How do they sleep?’ Today, they see me on the subway coming uptown,” said Michael Bloomberg. “A couple of people say hi, some people smile and nod. Some people just sleep. It’s not an issue.”

The luxuries that you starve yourself while you deliberately build your empire, will later come in large quantities. While others spend their money on consumption, you carefully invest in long-term plans to grow your dream. 

And one day, your success story will inspire many, and those who laughed at you will seek to become part of your success story. Or invest by buying shares.

Sing your way to glory

Many of us have wondered how billionaires spend their private time. How do they relate to their spouses, children, and close associates? If they have nicknames, what are they?

Now, according to Bill Gates, his children tease him for being rich, and they have composed a song. After years of working tirelessly, he finds it fun to be mocked for being rich.

The life of billionaires is punctuated by lighter moments, they are also human after all. The only difference is they joke about money, while the rest of the world is too serious searching for a few pennies to make ends meet. 

The Microsoft founder implied, “The ‘Billionaire’ song is what my kids tease me with. They sing it to me. It's funny.”

Getting rich is a decision

If what Draymond Green said is true about making a choice, then staying poor is also a decision, only that it is a bad one. You have to weigh your strategies if they contributing to your accomplishment, or they are drawing you back where you were before.

If your response is agreeing with Green’s saying that, “Every decision I make is, ‘How is this helping me become a billionaire?” then you are on the right track. Keep going.

Billionaires are givers

“The billionaire who sits on his money and doesn’t do anything for the common good – I’m not interested in that person.” – Arpad Busson.

When you join ‘the big league’, comprising of a French financier, Busson, you don’t ask when you have to give to make a difference in other people’s lives.

Billionaires who don’t give, of which they are very few, spend more effort in transforming humanity, leaving the day-to-day running of their business to their subordinates. 

When you get rich, invest back towards humanity because that’s where you get your money. If you forget humankind, you can kiss your business goodbye.

Chase money and you will be disappointed

Ask most rich people how they successfully conclude their deals? And chances are that they will respond as Gemma Collins did. “I walk around like I’m a billionaire, I believe in the universe, I never worry about money and that’s why money comes to me.”

The first step towards attaining riches is to believe in what you do. Stubbornly hold on to your dream, as if it’s the last breath that you have left. The next trick is to care about the world, its people, and the resources around it. Why? Because that’s where you will invest in, and not anywhere else.

Billionaires are change agents

Kirstie Alley’s wish to become a tycoon is not too far because she possesses the basic ingredient to become one. “I want to be a billionaire, and then I want to change something in the world for real,” said the American actress and television personality.

Successful magnets are not occupied by small thinking. They dream big, beyond their confines. They view the world as the stage where they need to act to fulfill their respective dreams. To become one of them, you must dream beyond your backyard family shop.

Increase your knowledge

Despite their high place in society, rich people are prepared to listen, even to people who are not as rich as they are. They take this platform to conceive new ideas, learn about what ordinary people think, and most of all, to see where they can invest their wealth to grow.

“I’ve helped some of my classmates on how to strategize to get to the next level of their businesses,” said Tyra Banks. 

She added: “And it’s interesting, because here I am sitting there from the entertainment industry and the fashion industry, and I’m giving a billionaire that has a business that's been in his family for 300 years – I’m giving him advice about strategy!”

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