7 wealth-building lessons from billionaires
By Michael Masterson
There is no shortage of billionaires today. In 1985, there were fewer than 20 of them. Today, there are more than one thousand.
- BEs work harder and longer than the people who work for them.
Most say they work 50 to 55 hours a week. Some, like centibillionaire Canadian communication mogul Ted Rogers, work 12 hours a day. And some, like Bill Gates (when he worked at Microsoft) and eBay founder Jeff Skoll, took no vacations for years while their businesses were growing.
- BEs are constantly looking for profit opportunities.
BEs think neither completely positively or negatively, but strategically.
BEs are not driven primarily by money.
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