In our parents and grandparents day, they were taught to get a good job, work hard and retire with a stable pension and Social Security. That would be enough. According The Wall Street Journal online, a person in today’s era will have seven, count them, SEVEN careers in their lifetime, but we are still touting the mantra of GET A GOOD JOB AND STAY PUT! That is a myth...

Here is a wonderful message, as part of my millionaire mindset series, from one of my favorite self made millionaires, Jimmy "The Butcher" Smith. Here, in the back of a 2009 Rolls Royce Phantom, I took a moment to briefly interview Jimmy. Check out a self made millionaires message about how to make it big in network marketing.

You see, network marketing can give someone a good life and can help people have a great life. As you know, I moved my family from Manhattan to Ridgefield, Connecticut; with a 4 1/2 year old and a 9-month-pregnant wife. How would I have done it with a regular 9-to-5 office job (or more commonly, an 8-to-6)? In moving and unpacking hundreds of boxes, I've also been able to have some fun too. I'm all about lifestyle. Yes, our products are amazing and, yes, the money is great. But what about the lifestyle???

Love is all you need! There are a lot of things in life that I love, especially network marketing. I don't look to build my team FOR ME, to "get him". I love my team. Does your team feel your appreciation? Do they continue so as not to disappoint? Who do you love? Make sure you tell them.

My wife and I are reading a book called "His Needs/Her Needs" by Willard F. Harley, Jr. He explains a marriage can only thrive if both partners are getting their needs met. Sounds simple. He also says that each partner needs to know the others needs. So what would your spouse like more of, money to spend or time with you?

This was certainly an adventure of a lifetime. I raised $1000 for Cancer. I trained for 3 1/2 weeks. I made it 36 miles and then CRASH. It could have been devastating. Life could have changed in a split second. I got back up. Have some really cool battle wounds. Met 3 prospects. All in all - it was a great birthday.

My wife and I went to see "The Hangover" and I am going to give it a thumbs up. Laugh out loud, pee in your pants, tears in your eyes funny. And dumb. Some great cameos. Some painful scenes that just wouldn't end. But overall - a great laugh, a great time, and a great date with my lovely bride.