Too many people think money is something you earn from work. The downfall of this mentality is you only have so many hours, and unless you are LeBron James, your value per hour greatly restricts your income.
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) May 17, 2016
He’s edgy, a bit brash, super cool, and, oh yeah, a multimillionaire. So how do you go from getting out of the Air Force at age 23 with nothing and no real plan for life to becoming abundantly wealthy a year later? Just ask Alex Becker. Now, just a few years removed from his days in the military, the young entrepreneur owns multiple online businesses, and he wants to show everyone how they can do what he did.
“I became an entrepreneur because I truly did not have any other option,” Becker says. “Not having a sustainable income and having no other option gave me the ‘gun-to-the-head’ motivation to ignore the ‘risk’ and go all in.”
Becker walks through the steps of how he did it in his debut book, The 10 Pillars of Wealth: Mind-Sets of the World’s Richest People (Brown Books Publishing Group). In this no-nonsense roadmap to building wealth as an entrepreneur, the straight-shooting Becker may step on a few toes and ruffle some nerves along the way as he gives readers his up-close and personal action plan to financial freedom and abundant wealth.
As one of the leading tech entrepreneurs in America, Becker cringes when he hears that becoming a multimillionaire is only for a select few. To the contrary, he stresses in The 10 Pillars of Wealth that becoming wealthy is a product of simply learning how to control wealth and income. He should know: when faced with a choice between either reenlisting in the military or finding a way to make a living on the Internet, Becker discovered that SEO (search engine optimization) would be his ticket to success — and success in a hurry. He started with his first brand, Source Wave, which he transformed from a one-man small business into one of the largest developers of SEO software in the United States. Becker manages his many diverse business ventures — including software companies, speaking engagements, and a training academy — under the Alex Becker Industries flagship. He has also become quite the YouTube phenomenon, with his own channel featuring postings in his customary laid-back style.
As one of his pillars, Becker stresses that it is paramount to separate time from money as an entrepreneur and let the automation of the online business or the assembled team of employees administer daily tasks.
“Too many people think money is something you earn from work,” Becker says. “The downfall of this mentality is you only have so many hours, and unless you are LeBron James, your value per hour greatly restricts your income. In short, as an entrepreneur, you must focus on building systems that can deliver profit with or without you there. Then focus on investing that money to create passive income.”
In the end, Becker wants readers to come away from The 10 Pillars of Wealth with the knowledge that the process of obtaining wealth is all about people. First, the individual must make the decision to go for it. As Becker stresses, however, you can’t do it all on your own.
For more information, please visit http://www.AlexBecker.org.
Media contact: Brian Briscoe, 972.248.9500, Brian(dot)Briscoe(at)TheAgencyatBB(dot)com
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