What’s YOUR best investment?
You may be tempted to answer that as a financial advisor. DON’T. Investing in what you recommend to your clients may be your worst investment.
You need to answer that question for YOU as a business owner.
Henry Ford, Founder of the Ford Motor Company, is the chief developer of the assembly line technique of mass production. Adjusted for inflation, his net worth would be around $200 billion.
Henry Ford said, “Old men always advise the young to save money. This is bad advice. Invest in yourself.”
After years of struggling with mediocre results, I remember reading this advice.
I was skeptical.
I grew up shy and awkward and so I struggled with a poor picture of myself. It dawned on me that I wasn’t willing to invest in myself because I was scared. Scared to invest my money in me, because I felt like I was a loser.
I decided to take a chance and I invested in a coach. That’s when things really began to change for me. Since then, I have invested over $1 million of my own money in coaching and training.
It’s been my best wealth-building investment. Hands down.
Jim Rohn, a self-made multi-millionaire himself, business owner and author of over a dozen books on wealth and success said, “If you work on your job, you’ll make a living. If you work on yourself, you’ll make a fortune.”
Here’s Scott’s Success Multiplier Formula.
Dollars Invested in Personal Growth (DIPG)
Dollars Invested in Entertainment and Distraction (DIED)
What’s your Success Multiplier Multiple?
Brian Tracy, legendary business trainer, bestselling author of over 70 books, and business consultant to over 1000 corporations said, “For every $1 you invest in yourself; it will return $30 to your bottom line.”
30 to 1 ROI.
Want more money? More time? More energy?
Invest in yourself.
How much are YOU investing in YOU this year?
Want to double your results?
Double your investment in yourself.