How to Find Billion Dollar Opportunities like a Pro
What is a blind opportunity?
It’s a hidden chance in your lifetime that can change your life for the better.
Blind opportunities don’t really change your life with just saying “yes.” But, it’s a start. Some opportunities are the beginning of something that has a vision to be bigger! Therefore, it takes a lot of work to make the vision a reality that becomes your success.
For example: 10 years ago, a student at Harvard asked 5 people over to his dorm to discuss a business opportunity. Only 2 of the 5 people showed up. Today, those two students are Billionaires! Dustin Moskovits $9.9 Billion and Eduardo Severin $5.8 Billion. The guy that they went to go meet that night is now the CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg who’s net worth $35.7 Billion.
This teaches you that nothing is more expensive than a missed opportunity.
How do we keep ourselves from missing these billion dollar opportunities?
Keep your eyes open
This sounds easier than it is. Keeping your eyes open for opportunities can sometimes be a needle in a hay stack! Opportunities don’t schedule appointments for your life to change. But, you can make sure you’re always ready! This includes being self aware, confident, and being open to a new path that may come your way. Be ready for the fact that your life can change in the matter of seconds at times.
Keep an open mind
Why do you think billionaires are billionaires? They created something that no one else saw. They created a whole new world. So, to be successful you really need to innovate new ideas! You can’t do that with keeping a limited mind of what you’ve been taught in the past. You need to think about the future.
“Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.”
The leader is the person who invites others on the journey of their vision and makes others see what they see for the future. Mark Zuckerberg is that leader and the two followers believed in him enough to go all the way. Mark Zuckerberg is the perfect example of “If an opportunity doesn’t know on your door, create it.”