His New Business Called Him On The Phone, by Ted Ciuba, profiles Australian Mike O'Hagan, a man who was wheeling & dealing in the 2nd hand business, guys notoriously not wealthy; yet today he’s doing $30 million a year in the furniture moving business with 500 employees.
He did what we always say to do. He got conscious. He decided EXACTLY what he wanted. It was clear and well-formed. He had a definite direction, a definite chief aim, though he had no way of "connecting the dots" at the time he defined his dream.
No wonder you don't hear about him – because compared to people like Michael Dell and Bill Gates, Sergey Brin and Larry Page, he's small stuff. He admits he's not a big business person.
Quoting Mike O'Hagan, from Queensland, Australia:
"At this point I decided that what I, me personally, wanted, was to earn a heap of money every week, and have the time to enjoy it.
"I figured out the only way I could do this was to find something lots of people needed. Something that I could develop a great product for, that was easy to make sales in, that I could systematize so others could do it for me, the intention being to create a cash cow that I'd never sell, and let it feed my lifestyle for life."
Are we talking about getting specific, as we talk about with the Formula for Riches? (See chapter on “Desire” in The New Think And Grow Rich – Quantum Version.)
Are we talking about visualizing exactly what you want? Are we talking about setting the demands so you have the criteria, so you'll know if something is an acceptable thing to investigate or not?
Oh, and his new business called him on the phone. Really. Read the training session to see…