Billionaire Dan Pena's Ultimate Advice for Students & Young People - HOW TO SUCCEED IN LIFE

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  • Published on:  Sunday, July 14, 2019
  • This is Billionaire Dan Pena's Ultimate Advice for Students and Young People. Now 73 years old and one of the richest men alive, he has a working class background and failed out of University 3 times before eventually graduating from college and becoming known as the trillion dollar man.
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    ►Speaker: Dan Pena

    Dan Pena, also known as the 50 billion dollar and trillion dollar man, is an American businessman and mulitmillionaire. He is the founder of Quantum Leap Advantage Methodology and chairman of The Guthrie Group, an investment consortium.

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  • Five's

    Five's

     an hour ago

    Work hard. Don’t be scared of failure, each failure is one step ahead towards your goal. Never quit. Every day of our life’s may start or end differently , but we gotta keep that optimistic smile on our face. Today, the only thing I’m scared about, is me not trying.

  • DuvetSlug

    DuvetSlug

     an hour ago

    yes.

  • Darius Android

    Darius Android

     2 hours ago

    "Show me your friends and I'll show you your future!"

    Me:what if I have no friends
    No friends=no future?

  • RayC1

    RayC1

     4 hours ago

    The "show me your friends" bit is about as true as gets, the rest is just sheer luck when it comes to wealth like his. There are a lot of people that are aggressive entrepreneurs, investors etc... that fail miserably.


    If you are instilled with a mindset like Warren Buffet and you start investing with little and play the long game and you get really good at your craft, you will make a good living and be comfortable in retirement. But the Jobs, Gates, Bezos etc.. 99.000000% never get this right. Even Buffet passed on Bezo's when he went to him a pitched the Amazon idea, so even Buffet didn't realize so how is your average Joe going to go all in on it.


    I knew about Bitcoin back in 2009ish. we talked about it in a programming class and everyone of us thought the same thing, "good luck with that". and yet only a very small amount of young people threw caution to the wind and put in $100.00 or whatever and now they are rich.


    These opportunities are all around us in the thousands, but only 2 or 3 of them will succeed.


    I think the point is if your trying you will most likely be better off than people that don't, but the odds of being a multi millionaire or billionaire is a very long shot.

  • Daren Clare

    Daren Clare

     4 hours ago

    5:41 "Perfection equals paralysis" how true...

  • Dara Hamidi

    Dara Hamidi

     5 hours ago

    Compare yourself with who you were yesterday not with who other people are today.
    Unless you want to sink into depression

  • FinanzFerdinand Beta

    FinanzFerdinand Beta

     8 hours ago

    Dan isn't a billionaire. Nowhere near it. My estimation is 50m

  • ScratchPRO Tenorio

    ScratchPRO Tenorio

     10 hours ago

    made so much moolah I stopped my work today thanks to MyEasyOnlineJobs .c o m

  • Qiu Shi Sheng

    Qiu Shi Sheng

     15 hours ago

    .....and I was that friend who did nothing but play PC games and skipped 2 out of 5days of school weekly.

  • Miguel Garcia

    Miguel Garcia

     15 hours ago

    He's no billionaire lmfao

  • dranel isalga

    dranel isalga

     16 hours ago

    I'm truly so thankful I can now support my family all because of PaidToB eHo m e .c om

  • Creative Picture

    Creative Picture

     20 hours ago

    It's bullshit... Trust me. Dog racing shitt

  • Mr. O'Blivian

    Mr. O'Blivian

     20 hours ago

    If only Baby Boomer advice was still relevant and worked, in today’s world...

  • Secret Lee

    Secret Lee

     20 hours ago

    This guy is the epitamy of "The love of money" is the root of ALL evil ...I'm glad I'm not U ...no amount of money is worth what he gave up ?

  • Stoyan Dimitrov

    Stoyan Dimitrov

     21 hours ago

    You cant take your billions in the after life tho

  • matt markwsk

    matt markwsk

     22 hours ago +2

    Great video but the background music is friggin annoying ? Why do we need these stupid background tunes on otherwise great video clips ?

  • Nick Kingston

    Nick Kingston

     yesterday

    Hes a madman obsessed with money

  • Diane R

    Diane R

     yesterday +1

    Everyone I know is still standing there with their hand out while telling me that I am unworthy of the pennies I pinched or that I need to sacrifice more of my time for them.

  • Diane R

    Diane R

     yesterday +1

    Depends upon your definition of success. At a very young age, I learned to go without and lived at the poverty level throughout my entire career. With each raise, I worked fewer hours. Just before I retired, I only needed to work 2 or 3 days per week. Comfortably retired for almost 20 years. Really enjoyed my time off.

  • Milu

    Milu

     yesterday

    His children won't get anything of his money wtf