Success Breeds Success

In my post entitled Internet Marketing Allowed Me To Fulfill A Father’s Duty, I revealed that I was spending almost $30K in private school tuition just to send Sally to Grade 6. As you no doubt guessed, this got some reaction, especially on Facebook.

Did your father pay 30k for you to achieve what you did? Your a true entrepreneur created from nothing. I understand that paying high fees to give sally a better education is the right thing to do but in history true pioneers of our future come from nothing.

On this episode of Driving with John Chow, I explain my reasons for spending $30K a year in tuition cost to send Sally to a private school.

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12 thoughts on “Success Breeds Success”

  1. You’re right.

    However, we’re a society that is feeling the impact of the wealthy taking advantage of them.

    My daughters are in university now and I expect they’ll do well.

  2. Jay says:

    Nothing wrong with that if you can afford to give your daughter the best then why not.

    You earned it through blood, sweat, and tears.

  3. Linda says:

    Hello John, I have a question for you. I want to know what advice would you give a newbie who has been trying for many years to get in to internet marketing and they always come up with the same thing that stops them. That is MONEY, if you don’t have the money to continue then you can’t continue. How would you solve this issue, what would you do if this was your issue? Is there away to solve this?
    Thank You
    Linda
    P.S
    I know that is not what you were addressing, but this is the questing I want to ask a successful person like yourself. I hope you can help me on this. I have bought into a lot of different things over my many years and this is always the thing that stops me from seeing success. I got your Free ebook and I would really like to sign up but I don’t want to have the same thing stop me from seeing success once again.
    You have really inspired me about MTTB. I just don’t want to start some thing and then have to stop. I hope you will read this and be able to give me the advice that I need to get pass this issue.
    Thank You

    1. Mark says:

      Hi Linda one thing I’ve learned is you have to have a big enough why .Money shouldn’t stop us from doing anything.I understand that times can be tough and you can’t move forward,but when you have a why that means the world to you ,your drive with in will propell you forward.You have to find the money do what ever it takes .I know you can do it .
      Mark C

  4. Amar kumar says:

    Hey John,

    Every time you comes with fresh and effective online marketing plan and you know people are learning so many things from you. You are really doing well, this time also I’ve found very interesting video on your website. Thanks for exploring.

    With best wishes,

    Amar kumar

  5. Marlena says:

    John. That was excellent! I love your comments about the Masterminds and the returns on invedtment. I love your comment about your daughter being at this top school…how it puts her next to other people who come from other families who believe in top educations!! so Iron *Will* sharpen iron: she will get the benefit but so will you.. as a family … as a businessman.. and your daughter no doubt will be held to a higher standard with this type of education than certainly what she would have gotten in our Public Schools. . this is a brilliant piece you are so approachable to its fun to watch you talk as you’re driving or going about your day.

  6. Nick says:

    That’s what a father should do for his child

  7. Jon says:

    Hi John,

    A very interesting video. My own opinion is that many of the millionaires you mentioned did
    indeed go to private schools and come from middle class successful families. However, many of them dropped out of university or didn’t go to university in the first place, in order to start successful businesses. This gives the impression that they came from very ordinary backgrounds. Yet as you point out they would have been networking with other well paid families throughout their school career!

    I have also noticed that successful parents will send their children to private secondary schools primarily for the networking even though state school students may go to the same universities and get good degrees. The philosophy here being that in adult life it is equally important who you know as what you know.

  8. Michael Patterson says:

    Hi John
    So grateful to the person that made the comment that inspired you to make this video.
    Which you replied with the perfect answer”success breeds success”
    Look forward to more vids.
    enjoy the easter holidays.

  9. Jan Krueger says:

    Bring back my comment. Where did it go? Please find it. It was brilliant

  10. Linda says:

    Hi Mark,
    Thank You for responding to my comment it feels good to know some one would try to help.
    Thanks again!

  11. Andrei says:

    A simple explanation why there are a lot of stories from rags-to-riches out there is because they sell better 🙂 . If you sell some educational system or services, or “How to Get This and That” teaching, a story of a poor guy who gets to the top will always outperform the boring truth of life – if you have an excellent education, work hard and love what you do, it’s more likely for you to succeed than for a person with zero educational background and capital.

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