Today I interviewed my 1300th self-made millionaire since 1984. His name is Deron Ferrell, and he’s one of the good guys. In 34 years of conducting these interviews, I’ve seen all kinds of personalities. I’ve seen people go from rags to riches; millionaires lose all of their money, and humble people turn into ego maniacs. Watch this short video as I reflect on the one key ingredient of the best of self-made millionaires and other successful people.
Author and Professional Speaker since 1997. Past Chairman of the National Speakers Association's Million Dollar Speakers Group. Author of 11 books with 1.4 million copies in print.
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6 thoughts on “1300 Self-Made Millionaires”
Thanks for all the kind words Steve! It was my honor to be interviewed for your upcoming book. You’re so right, every successful person I know has been helped along the way! I’ve certainly had MORE than my fair share ( some of us need more help than others & I was one of them)!
An attitude of gratitude will serve us well on our journey through life.
I’m grateful for you Steve & your willingness to help those wanting to improve their lives. You’ve certainly impacted mine! Thanks for helping me with my mental toughness!
Thank you for the reminder. You’ve inspired me in so many ways through the years. I haven’t arrived for sure. One way that helps me remember reality is to help those less fortunate than I am. I’ve met many people who for whatever reason are in a tough spot in life. Serving others forces us to stay humble. May the Lord strike me if I ever forget I’m no better than my brother in need…
“Great” blog, today! We all need to be “grateful” to people and my God, who help us along our path to what every “success” we want.
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Love it Steve! Amazing reminder. Always checking my humble factor and my delusion factor. They tend to go together. Awareness is key and our ego’s love to take over if we are not aware. Also important to know where you are taking action from, ego vs service. You and Dawn are the best.
Thanks, Chris! You’re a perfect example of a humble leader.
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