Have you ever asked to have your money refunded after buying something online? Do you do this often? What are the reasons you’ve asked for refunds? Savvy marketers will try to find out why without making you feel you should not have asked. This would be valuable information to them. Anyone selling on the internet should be willing to have a fair and prompt refund policy. To back up their products and claims without hesitation. It is especially important to do with online sales since the transaction is done without being able to “read” the salesperson and operation face to face.

So here’s what I just did as I was writing this article. I ran two searches. One for the term “millionaire” and one for the term “billionaire.” I found it mind boggling that there were roughly 6.76 million search results for “billionaire” compared to a whopping 16 million results for “millionaire!” But after taking a moment to think about why such a discrepancy exists, it all makes sense.

I know I sound terribly cynical. I am not saying that the pledge is a bad idea, that 10 Youngest Billionaires In The World should not decide to give, or that people should not sign the pledge. I am saying that it really will not have any great impact on giving in general and will have an even lesser impact on your particular charity.

They fail fast and fail often. Every failure will brings you closer to success. No one knew this better than Thomas Edison as he invented the light bulb. Reports found he’d failed over 10,000 times to finally reach success. Even though at the time, he wasn’t a billionaire, if his money converted to match today’s inflation, he would easily make the cut.

They have a white flame of burning desire that will not go out. Sure it may flicker from time to time but it never extinguishes. These types of people are doomed to success. What I mean is that they can not come off their Youngest Billionaires path when they see a road block. Something inside just keeps them going until they reach their goals no matter what.

Trust worthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean and reverent, plus a scout does a good deed daily. I have said those words to myself since I was 11 years old. You see I chose my reality; I don’t let others convince me of what’s right, wrong or what I should do with my life.

Let me share with you how the words of billionaires like: Warren Buffet, Bill Gates or Donald Trump are so powerful. Many are tempted to say: of course, “their words carry power because they are billionaires!” A word from them, in public, can shake the market! Well, T Harv Eker, a guru of the millionaire mindset, says: ‘Their words have power, not because they are billionaires. They are billionaires because they gave power to their words!’ They say what they mean and mean what they say. And what they say…. they DO!