Research Reveals That 99% Of Millionaires Pursue Their Passions – NOT Money.

Nov. 23, 2006 – During that week in the hospital, Alan found that having a surgeon ripping open his belly was more pleasurable than staying at the office! During that week in the hospital he knew there is something seriously wrong with socially accepted “advice.”

“I thought that I was doing much better than most of my friends because I was making more money than them at my job. But,” laments Alan, “I quickly realized that I needed to enjoy life and make a living while having fun.”

When Scrully Blotnick, Ph.D. psychologist conducted a study of 1,500 people, he put his test subjects into two categories:

Category A said they would pursue money first and follow their passions later. Over 1,245 people went into that group.

Category B made up of 255 people said they would seek their passions and interests first and trust that money would automatically come.

Twenty years later, there were 101 millionaires from the entire study. Interestingly, one hundred of the millionaires were from category B, and only one was from category A.

Another study found in the British Medical Journal states that chronic stress in the workplace has been linked to the development of heart disease and type 2 diabetes, as well as other conditions. And a lot of that stress is due to disliking what they do at their jobs. The evidence clearly shows that chasing money instead of our passions is actually killing us.

But thousands of regular people are already making a comeback. Surprisingly, they are doing it in their own homes. Thousands are leaving their workplace and replacing their incomes by starting their own internet business in their bedrooms and actually enjoying what they do.

The experts at have recently released a book called, “The Practical Newbie Guide To Internet Marketing,” and it is quickly gaining popularity in helping people get out of their stressful office so that they can pursue their passions and make a great living at the same time.

Men and women across the country are becoming entrepreneurs by converting their hobbies and interests into money-producing businesses. And according to Jupiter Research, online sales in the United States alone are expected to go from $81 Billion in 2004 to a whopping $144 Billion by 2010. So between now until 2010, we have a great opportunity to take a piece of that $63 Billion left over – If we know how to take advantage of it.

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