A Million Dollar Dream. Should I Pursuit?

Last Update: February 13, 2019

Is very easy to be discouraged because we passed our 40s or 50s and not make good money yet. We have the tendency to believe that we can only make money in our 20s or 30s because we are yang, full of hopes and dreams, strengths and braveness.

A lot of people think because we passed half a century, never gonna make something, we never can even think about a million dollar dream.

They keep saying: "a million dollar dream? should I pursue? oh! I am closer to retire, I had raised my kids already, my back is hurting, my vision is not so good anymore, my tooth is ache, my hair is falling", anything that can put them down and not letting they try something new. Of course, you should pursue any good dreams!

Let's take an example of Mr. Chis Gardener. Who did not saw the movie PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS with Will Smith? (if you did not Enter your own correction... yet, you better do, is an amazing movie). Anyway, lets talking about this man for a little:

According to Google: Gardner's story-- "He didn't grow up with many opportunities and famously got by as a homeless man while raising his son. He did all of this while spending an incredible number of hours working his way up from the bottom as a trainee at EF Hutton. He didn't make his first million until well until his 40s, but it was worth the wait."

What about Mr. Harland Sanders? Who is that? Do you not know? The KFC guy; who do not like his chicken? I love its fries ticket.

Also, accord to Google: "The man behind Kentucky Fried Chicken, Mr. Sanders, didn't begin his career as a restaurateur until he was 62. However, his previous jobs including being a fireman, selling insurance and working at gas stations. It was at Shell that he started serving his beloved chicken dishes, originally trading his cooking skills for free rent--but news of his incredible chicken spread, and he became a golden year entrepreneur."

So, the next time you think that you are too old to start building your own Online Business, too old to make money after working very hard, too old to waiting patiently for the right moment to make money, do not let a fear be a wall and stays b between you and your million dollar dream. Please pursue your dreams.

Thank for reading my blog.

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lesabre Premium
Thanks for the share Telma
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sunrise2love Premium
You are very welcome, Lesabre. Thank you as well.

Telma
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bigrog44 Premium
Thanks for sharing, Telma. The Pursuit of Happiness was a very good movie, one of my favorites.
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sunrise2love Premium
Mine too, Roger. I may have been watching like 4 0r 5 times so far. Thank you for sharing.

Telma
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bigrog44 Premium
No problem, Telma.
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porrasgelija Premium
Great inspiration to everyone, like Martin Luther king said I had a dream and I have my as well.
I never gonna give up until I achieve It
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sunrise2love Premium
Absolutely, Gualdemar, I agree with you. Thank you.

Telma
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SnazzyIT Premium
Thank you again Sunrise for your words of wisdom :)
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sunrise2love Premium
Thank you, Snazzy for stopping by dear.

Telma
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sminman7 Premium
Hi!
Great post! You skipped one: What about Warren Buffett? He seems to be still making money! I am getting older, but I am not giving up yet, if ever! I am addicted to WA!
Michael Inman
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sunrise2love Premium
You may be right, Sminman, he makes his first million at age 55, however, he stars business the age of 11, so he would not be feet for this blog, but I know that is much more for sure, like Barack Obama and Marta Stuart, they were in the 40s. Thank you for your enthusiasm and I agree, never give up.

Telma
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