Whoever said "business isn't personal" never met Chris Carley, the "$79", Millionaire.
From down and out, fired airplane factory worker to multi-millionaire. She broke all the rules in her home based business and never looked back. Overweight and depressed, Chris visualized a world of abundance for herself and brought it to life.
Starting with a small $79 loan from her father, Chris strategically promoted her at home business with handmade flyers, turning her into a millionaire in less than 5 years. Since then she has gone on to make over $25 million in an industry that only a few people fully understand. Along the way she has been a keynote speaker and has helped mentor and teach thousands her marketing strategies. For the first time ever she has put her knowledge in a book "The Millionaire Within Us".
Chris shares her no-nonsense approach to putting the customer's needs first and empowers them to increase their revenues in ways they never thought of before.
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Reviewed by Eileen Johnson for Readers' Favorite The Millionaire Within Us by Chris Carley is an easy-to-read primer on how Carley made herself a millionaire in network marketing. The premise of this book is that "you are what you think about." If you think positive thoughts about your goals - and if you squash the inner voice that says you cannot do it - you can accomplish whatever you want to do! Carley dispels a lot of myths that many of us have heard for years ... "slow and steady wins the race" ... "use the prescribed methods even if they are not working." Instead, she advises us to take the direct route to success by following the lead of those who have made money in the area you are looking at. Carley stresses to work smarter not harder by learning to advertise and barter to create your customer base. One of the best parts of The Millionaire Within Us is the list of 'lessons learned' at the end of each chapter. In these bulleted lists, Chris Carley succinctly summarizes the points in the chapter. Carley issues three challenges in this book: 1) Put yourself on a 28-day plan to visualize your success; 2) Once you develop your plan, do each step each time and resist the urge to use short cuts; 3) Write out your goals and post them where you can read them out loud three times a day for 120 days. Although Carley does not guarantee that you will make as much as she has, this book should provide an easy map to success in whatever job you are doing. I expected a hard sell inviting me to join in a marketing pyramid. Instead, I found a blueprint for success!