The things that stop you from achieving your goals are all in the mind and are linked to your emotions. These include subconscious obstacles like having a fear of failure or the fear of success. It includes putting your own obstacles in the way like making excuses and procrastinating. Also, the mistake many make is thinking that success is all about making big leaps forward, when in fact small consistent steps are more likely to win the end game.
Wesley Virgin net worth is estimated at around $20-30 million. He had his millionaire breakthrough after discovering personal development. But it was only when he setup his website fatdiminishers.com that his game changed. He made One Million Dollars in one month and the rest is history!
John Crestani net worth is likely to be north of $7.5 million. I’ve been very conservative in this estimate and it’s likely to be higher. Bearing in mind he makes $250-500,000 per month in affiliate sales. So unless he’s spending every penny of his wealth he generates from online marketing, he will have accumulated a high net worth.
Kevin O’Leary net worth is estimated at over £300 million (USD $400 million) as of 2017 AKA Mr Wonderful from Shark Tank.
He sold his business The Learning Company (formerly Softkey) to Mattel for USD $4.2 billion! Controversy surrounded the deal and was reported as “one of the worst takeovers in recent history when the toymaker sold on the company for less than one-tenth of the purchase price.”
Barbara Corcoran net worth of £67 million (USD $90 million). Barbara Corcoran is an successful woman entrepreneur who made her money in real estate in New York.
She is author of two books, one of which is Shark Tales, which is so called from her appearing on ABC’s Shark Tank show in America.
A success story where she went from borrowing $1,000 from her boyfriend Ramon Simone to set up a joint business, to selling her real estate brokerage Corcoran Group for £49 million (USD $66 million).
Daymond John net worth is estimated at £186.5 million ($250 million) as of 2017…fashion industry pioneer, entrepreneur and Shark Tank shark.
Co-founder of FUBU, which he set up from his home in New York. Taking a $100,000 loan and growing his business into an American billion dollar empire.
Daymond John is a pay it forward entrepreneur. He spends a part of his time helping other up and coming entrepreneurs. His book ‘Going For Broke‘ is written to help newbie entrepreneurs who are starting out broke and with an empty bank account.