Andrew Darbyshire – Finding a Mentor and Do You Have to Work 16 hour Days to Be A Millionaire?

Business Mentor, International Businessman, Speaker and Author – Andrew Darbyshire

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Andrew is a very smart man. He owns a large company that has offices in Australia and the US (Even one in Maine! Which is how we met in person) He details how he got each of his mentors to help him succeed, and gives great advice for aspiring millionaires.

He also answers the question whether or not you have to work 16 hours a day to be a millionaire (you may or may not like his answer!)

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7 Responses to “Andrew Darbyshire – Finding a Mentor and Do You Have to Work 16 hour Days to Be A Millionaire?”

  1. Sophia

    This was a really great interview! Interesting to hear how many hours he put in to make his business successful and that he just considered that part of the job. I loved how he emphasized how important it is to dream, and to dream big! Too many people are afraid to dream big! Such an important point. Also, his lovely Aussie accent made this interview even more fun to listen to!

    • Jaime Tardy

      I agree Sophia! I love the Aussie accent :) Society likes to downplay dreamers saying they can’t make money, they just have ideas. I love that Andrew proves them all wrong :)

  2. Njogu

    Great interview, and a well grounded individual he sounded. I think the 10,000 rule can’t be elaborated more and also great to hear his motivation of financial independence and business growth as his core motivators with an aim to eventually hand over the platform to his children to continue painting the masterpiece. enjoyed this one..

  3. Evan

    Great to hear from a fellow Aussie. I like how down-to-earth he is.

    • eventualmillionaire

      Me too! He was so great to chat with in person, so helpful and sweet.

  4. Leonard

    Jaime I’ve watched a lot of your interviews. This one struck a chord with me because Andrew’s life experience was a lot like my own. I Worked a lot of years trying to build a business, spending long hours each day trying to build a successful financially secure future.

    The only difference is, I ran out of time. He’s so right when he said he couldn’t see starting another business when it would require a 10 to 15 year time frame. That’s so true with many business ventures.

    Now I’m 64. I don’t have that kind of time to dedicate to building a business. Although lots of entrepreneurs have done it their 60’s. I’m not sure I have that much energy left.

    I’d just like to be comfortable financially. Be able to have all the essential bills covered etc. And do what I enjoy while earning enough income to sustain the remaining time left.

    One of the reasons this interview intrigued me was the title – finding a mentor. With so kittle time left to find financial freedom, finding a mentor can shorten that time substantially.

    Jaime, I love your work. Keep it up and thanks for having Andrew on your show.