A while back I was invited to attend a Mastermind Group. One of the members of that group was George Miller. George is a speaker and promoter and sells information on how to buy real estate out of probate. George is a great salesman and a great guy.

During the course of the day, George spent some time describing to us the two weeks he had spent with a group of billionaires. Why he was invited, I don't know. I'm not even sure he knows. It was, of course, life changing for him. Heck, it was life changing for me just to hear him describe it.

I thought then and have since realized to an even greater extent that I want to be a billionaire. Not so much for the money as for the freedom to do only those things that I want to do. And to think like a billionaire. What George said at that meeting about billionaires really came down to one thing. The difference between a millionaire and a billionaire is how they use their resources.

Resources like time, money, people, energy, and thought. Over the next few weeks, I'm going to explain my thoughts on how best to use these resources. This will help me focus better on who I use the resources and perhaps will help you as well. Even if you don't want to become a billionaire, wouldn't it be nice to think like one? Maybe you'll only reach $100 million or even $10 million. Always better to shoot for the stars and become the best we can be.

Warmest regards,