Million Dollar Advice!
Today is May 20th, a day where we in the U.S. celebrate the idea of being a millionaire. In a lot of ways, we can imagine the lifestyle, fancy cars, lavish dinners, designer clothing...but let’s look at it from a different perspective. Most millionaires, quiet or loud, are incredible business people. They keep control of their finances, invest, and still have fun! No matter how old you are, it’s never too late to start making choices that move you towards a “millionaire lifestyle”, and that doesn’t mean just financially.
Here are myFanPark we have our fair share of business people, who give advice worth a million dollars. Take a look below at some top business advice from our best and brightest!
Bentley Brandon is the CEO of Luxury Wash and holds the world record for most cars hand-washed in 8 hours. He is a world renowned businessman and consistently uses his wealth of knowledge to help not only those in his community but around the world.
To be a millionaire in my experience you’ll need 7 quotes to live by.
1. God’s 10 commandment is my moral compass code I live by.
2. Have FAITH & ACTION in your heart ️desires.
3. My mindset is I deserve good but especially money, fortune, & fame because I’m the G.O.A.T
4. I love what I do.
5. I’m a servant at all times.
6. Managing your money & get comfortable with having a lot of money, simple as that!
7. Treat others with respect and deliver a good product and service.
Rachel Perkins is the CEO & Founder of PERKS Lifestyle Management. PERKS is a full service concierge company which gives clients, a chance to focus on their job and family while minimizing the noise around them.
In life and business, it is important to take time to focus on yourself. Don’t be afraid to be selfish sometimes, because you can’t fill from an empty cup. As the airlines always tell us, you have to put your mask on first before you can help others. Years of being in the Sports & Entertainment Industries servicing clients is an especially draining role, and I frequently find myself becoming run down, exhausted, and on the edge of burnout. However, through self awareness I can now recognize the times when I start to take on more than I can handle, and prioritize saying “no” even when I want to say “yes.” By choosing myself and my mental, physical, and emotional well-being, I find the balance I need in order to reset so I can be the best manager possible for others. If you find yourself reaching burnout, take a step back and remember why you started in the first place. Then go on a run, take a hot shower, or climb into bed and restart the next day.
Entrepreneurship is a roller coaster ride. The highs are high and the lows are low, but ultimately you will look back and appreciate the thrill as part of the journey. It’s an experience I wouldn’t trade for the world, and I am constantly learning more about business and relationships, both with myself and with others, every single day.
Isaac Mashman has achieved so much at only 20 years old. He is not only a successful podcaster, but also the Founder and CEO of Mashman Ventures, a public relations firm focused on personal branding and the maximization of one’s online presence.
"At the center of all achievement is personal growth." - Isaac Mashman
Ashley Willcott is a Child Law and Welfare Specialist hailing from the Atlanta area. Before she dove into Child Advocacy, she used her vast wealth of knowledge to excel in corporate law and crisis management.
"Remember it's not always about you! It may have nothing to do with you. Take a deep breath and one step at a time."
Randy Kessler founded the Kessler & Solomiany Family Law Firm while also having authored many books related to protecting yourself during divorce. He works daily with high profile clients as well as many who are not in the spotlight, always trying to make a difference. And, he is the founder of Starsona, which merged with myFanPark in November of 2020!
Some cliches stick around for good reason, there’s truth behind them. Like “Kill them with kindness”, “Sunlight is the best disinfectant” and “It’s not so much what you say, but how you say it”. The last one is my favorite. If we all would just think a little bit more about our audience (for me it is often a judge with too much on his or her plate and too little time), and phrase our statements, requests or positions in a thoughtful way that will make the listener more receptive, we can be more persuasive and successful in so many areas. Try it.
Legal Fox often handles the “Lighter Side of Law” through her Youtube series. Shannon Harvey, the producer and host, hopes to use her knowledge, as a lawyer in New York and Florida to educate you through using real cases with a light hearted twist.
All hard work brings a profit, but mere talk leads only to poverty. Proverbs 14:23