So… it is on…

I’ve been working for 3 weeks on the website for The Unhappiest Millionaire. And today I’ve given birth. It is out there. I’m looking for a millionaire, or billionaire, or zillionaire… who is really unhappy. My plan is to inspire him or her to a better place over the course of 360 days. This is the best and most intense and most expensive and all-encompassing personal growth program ever created for someone… And there’s only one spot… (actually two; there’s a competition 2:-)))…Anywayzz… if you know anyone who fits the bill… let me know…

Are you the unhappiest millionaire?

Are you The Unhappiest Millionaire?

p.s. My secret mission is to add rich people to that ‘A-list of conscious millionaires’. Money can be a force for good. See, Richard’s book Screw Business as Usual has really been an inspiration for this new TV project…  On the website I write the next paragraph:

Screw Business as Usual?

By stepping up to the plate, you are playing it bigger in many ways. One of the adventures of The Unhappiest Millionaire experience is a sunny week at Necker Island, the vacation paradise created by Sir Richard Branson. The focus of this excursion is to study Screw Business As Usual. In this book, the British entrepreneur and chairman of the Virgin Group describes how businesses can help fix things and create a better world for everyone.”It’s a vibrant and definite sea change from the way business was always done, when financial profit was a driving force”, says Branson.”It’s time to turn capitalism upside down, to shift our values from an exclusive focus on profit to also caring for people, communities and the planet. I happen to believe in business because I believe that business is a force for good. By that I mean that doing good is good for business. Doing the right thing can be profitable.”

In light of that, the week at Necker Island will be combined with a visit to the Branson Entrepreneurship Centrein South Africa where you’ll be able to share your knowledge with the local students. Sharing, giving and doing good in general will make you happy. Guaranteed! An important message of The Unhappiest Millionaire is that money can be a force for the greater good. Money can buy happiness.


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