5 Crucial Signs of Being a Millionaire Leader


We all have the potential of being a millionaire leader. Being a leader doesn't just mean a leader in business or politics—a leader can be taking care of a community. A leader can be the person in your group that everyone relies on when making decisions. It can even be in a relationship setting. 

While there are many definitions of what a leader can be, we can all agree that leaders are people who move things forward, innovate and solve problems in our respective industry. Leaders are the people who act when others procrastinate. 

Some people know they're leaders, but others don't. Today, I'd like to talk to you about five crucial signs of being a millionaire leader. 

Millionaire Leaders empower others around them, not bring them down. 

One big difference between leaders who lead a multi-million team like my clients and people who think they are leaders is how they interact with others. These "fake" leaders are usually pushy with their tactics. They want their way to be followed and are closed off kinds of people. 

Leaders who lead their multi-million team aren't afraid to live and express their truth instead of staying quiet, but they also consider their teams' feedback. They offer value because they know what they're getting in return.

True leaders empower their team members. They are passionate about what they do and seeing that same passion in others motivates them to bring out that passion in them and guide them to success. It's not all about the money, and because of this mentality, they attract more and more people and success to them instead. 

Millionaire Leaders are honest to a fault and improve every day. 

Have you ever met a business coach or an entrepreneur with an "I knew that" mindset? They think because they are at the top of their game, they rarely make mistakes, and don't make the wrong decisions. Whenever something terrible happens, they say "it's all part of the plan" or immediately create an excuse or blame others. 

A millionaire leader knows when they're wrong, are honest to a fault, and when mistakes happen, they admit it. They use the experience to improve themselves not to make the same mistake twice. They have a learning mindset and use every opportunity for growth. Self-actualised leaders keep manifesting their multi-million revenue goals—because they welcome mistakes and challenges and use that to catapult themselves and their team members higher.

Whether it's a failed business attempt, bankruptcy, a wrong decision with a client or friend, even a failed relationship—a real leader knows when he or she is wrong and fixes it. 

Instead of feeling powerless, millionaire leaders rise and overcome their challenges. 

This one neatly ties in with the previous sign. Millionaire leaders don't feel powerless or feel down whenever they hit a slump or don't know what to do. Instead, they see it as an opportunity to solve a new problem they found in their business. 

We think that weakness is a sign of failure, but that's further from the truth. 

When we face our weaknesses, it gives us ways to see what we should be fixing, and this doesn't just apply to our businesses or our careers; this also applies to our lives. 

Let's say you feel that you lack time to spend with your family and loved ones. Would you feel depressed and mope around, or, like the leader you are, will you step up and find a way to earn more without spending more time working? 

Millionaire leaders don't fear mistakes. They welcome them. 

Like the previous sign, when people make mistakes, they usually complain, start cursing whomever they can, or start blaming others for what happened. 

People often do that because they're scared of the consequences and feel like they won't be able to deal with them. 

But don't take it the wrong way—feeling the fear or being afraid of making mistakes doesn't mean you can't become a millionaire leader. It just means you're aware of the consequences, and that's a good thing. The error would be not doing anything about it. 

The primary role of being a self-actualised millionaire leader is to solve problems while staying your ground.  

When I say leaders don't fear mistakes, it doesn't mean they love making them. It just means when something wrong happens in a project, in the business or with a client, leaders are ready to solve whatever challenge they may need to face, with presence, assertiveness and calm. 

Challenges not only make you a stronger entrepreneur and leader for everyone. At times, you may also meet the best clients of your life when you deal with them.   

They have a firm and unshaken conviction and know their message. 

Self-confidence is another quality that makes a millionaire leader. 

It's not about being "cocky" or showing off; it's you being sure about what you can do for yourself and others. It's being a 100% certain that when you set a goal, you'll reach it. It's being 100% confident that when a challenge appears in front of you, you know that you'll do everything in your power to overcome the challenge presented. Again, a millionaire leader knows their value.

When someone calls you a leader or identify you as one, it's your responsibility to lead the way. To show others the right path to do things and help grow the people's passions around you. 

It's not all profits and numbers; it's the aspect of belonging and knowing your team and who your followers are. 

It is about knowing how to guide them and accept that making mistakes is part of the journey. 

So, let me ask you, are you the millionaire leader you're supposed to be? Being a leader means you have the wisdom and wealth to push through any obstacle.

If you're dedicated to reaching the millionaire version of you, feel tired of the fear and instead want a massive internal change in the way you lead yourself and your team, I'd like to invite you to join us in my Wise and Wealthy Workshop. 

It's a workshop where we help you elevate yourself and answer the call of being the millionaire leader that you are. If that's something you want in your life, click this link to check out all the details