Since It seems like the money in my bank account goes up, the more the haters scream and yell, I'm sorry haters, but unfortunately you are going to be doing a lot more screaming and yelling!
Thursday, September 28, 2017
Saturday, September 23, 2017
1. Don't stop dreaming about what you want.
2. Don't stop when you are tired. Stop when the job is done.
3. Don't let the little things get you down.
4. Don't take no for an answer.
5. Don't be afraid to ask for help.
6. Don't take shit from anyone.
7. Don't stop learning along the way.
8. Don't sidetrack your dreams to try to get revenge.
9. Don't talk trash. Let your work and accomplishments do the talking for you.
10. Don't waste your time with people who are negative influences.
11. Don't stop thinking of ways to solve problems and overcome challenges.
12. Don't be afraid to ask questions.
13. Don't let negative naysayer's opinions slow you down.
14. Don't let the haters get into your head.
15. Don't take the people you value for granted.
16. Don't rule out all possibilities.
17. Don't let opportunities go to waste.
18. Don't let anyone tell you something can't be done.
19. Don't be afraid to say I don't know....yet!
20. Don't waste your money on unnecessary things now. (Because when you do this right, you'll have plenty of time and money to buy all of the unnecessary, but completely awesome things that you've always dreamed about buying later!)
21. Don't stop until you are where you want to be.
1. DO TAKE THE TIME TO CELEBRATE YOUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND VICTORIES!
By: Michael "MJ The Terrible" Johnson, Founder & Owner of Masters of Money, LLC.
Thursday, September 21, 2017
This post is for one group of bloggers who just lost an exclusive interview. I would mention their name, but they don't deserve it!!
Why did you release this and break our agreement? WTF?
I am pretty certain you know I will never do an interview with you now, right?
So long and good luck! Don't contact me/us again!
Sunday, September 17, 2017
Friday, September 15, 2017
One of the most important life lessons that I learned when I was in the hospital/going through speech therapy to learn how to speak again, physical therapy to learn how to walk again, and psychological therapy, to get my mindset right, before re-entering the real world, was this.....
A person can try to please others, by being/acting like how they feel others would want them to be/act, or a person can be themself.
If a person chooses to be themself, they may not make others happy, but they will make themselves, and the people who trully care about them happy.
While I was learning to talk again, I was in the shower, no one else was around, and one of my favorite songs came on the radio. I decided to try to sing along.
The song is by the Foo Fighters. It's called "Times like these". The words to the song go like this- "It's times like these you learn to live again. It's times like these you give and give again. It's times like these you learn to love again."
When I tried to sing the words, I couldn't. At that point, with everything that was going on at the time, I was at just the right amount of frustrated, pissed off, and feeling sorry for myself, that I was very emotional. One little thing could break me or build me.
When I tried to sing, and the words wouldn't come out, I immediately started crying and slowly sat down in the shower. And then it hit me! In a single moment, I realized I wasn't meant to sing the words at that moment. I was meant to hear the words.
I heard the words to the song loud and clear! It was then, at that exact moment, I realized I was done trying to please others. From that moment forward, I was going to be myself, whether others liked me or not. You know why? Because the others I was trying to please before I ended up in the hospital, weren't there for me while I was in the hospital, but you know who was? That's right, the people who trully cared about me were there, and they loved me for exactly who I was/am!
In conclusion, if you have never been in a situation where you could die, or never be able to live your full life again, as you did before that situation, let me tell you what you will likely be thinking.
You will likely be thinking about all of the time you wasted, or focused on the things that didn't/don't matter, like trying to please others.
If you are already being yourself, that's great! More power to you! If you aren't, I hope you make the decision to choose to be yourself.
When you choose to be yourself, you won't make everyone happy, but you will make yourself and the people who trully care about you happy, and that's all that matters.
Michael "MJ The Terrible" Johnson
Tuesday, September 12, 2017
Masters of Money just finalized it's first ever acquisition of another company!
The owner wants to get married to his longtime girlfriend of twelve and a half years, have kids, travel, etc.
Masters of Money and the Money Channel are both private companies, so we don't have to report all of the terms of the deal like two public companies would have to, but here are the main details.
Masters of Money is buying the Money Channel for $1,700,000. Half in cash upfront, and the other half will be paid off over the next five years.
The previous owner of the Money Channel, who wanted to keep his name private, so he can ride off into the sunset with his long-term girlfriend/fiancee in peace, said he made the same offer to four different companies.
He wasn't sure which company he wanted to sell to, but he said he knew the company would sell quickly, because he priced it to move quickly.
All four companies were given a chance to look at the books, kick the tires a bit, etc.
He told me he knew I/Masters of Money was the right company to sell to, because of how I answered his question.
His question: MJ, will you buy my company for $1,700,000?
Note: The company is easily worth atleast double his $1,700,000 asking price.
My answer: What's the catch?
He said the 3 owner companies all just said yes. He said the minute I answered the question, he knew I/Masters of Money, was the right company to sell to.
Since you don't want me to use your name, I will call you Mr. Money Channel. Mr. Money Channel, it was a pleasure doing business with you. I/we will take good care of your company, and your employees.
To all Money Channel employees, I'd like you to know what kind of man the previous owner was. He sold the company for less than it was worth, so that I/we could afford to keep all of you employed after the buyout.
I am so excited about the possibilities of what the newly combined company will be able to do, that I couldn't sleep tonight.
To all Masters of Money employees, please welcome the Money Channel team with open arms, because we all now work for the same company.
I had this salesy smooth line I was going to end with, but it doesn't feel right to close with now. I have decided to speak from the heart instead.
Masters of Money is technically I guess my company, but it has never felt like it. I mean that in a good way. It has always felt like everyone who follows the company on social media, "MJ The Terrible" fans, company employees and contractors, vendors, contributors, friends and family, and even the haters, who motivate us to "not suck", all have pushed the company forward, to where it is today.
Malia, you know none of this could have happened without you! I love you more than words could ever explain!
Thank you one and all, for making today of all days, September 11th, 2017, one of the best days of my life.
Over 3,000 people lost their lives 16 years ago today, during the terrorist attacks on September 11th, 2001. I believe it is important to remember those who lost their lives on that day. I also believe the best way to honor them, is to be the best versions of ourselves, and to do our best to fulfill our full potential.
As Todd Beamer, one of the many heros of the day on September 11th said, before he and a small group of passengers onboard flight 93 prevented the terrorists from using the plane to hit one of their planned targets- "Are you guys ready? Let's roll!"
Yours in success,
Michael "MJ The Terrible" Johnson
P.S. To Masters of Money and Money Channel fans, followers, and subscribers, expect to see some new innovations in the business opportunity, investment, and self help industries, that you've never seen before. This is going to be fun!
Sunday, September 10, 2017
Question/request: What is your daily billing rate? I heard you are expensive but worth it. We have a problem that requires the best. Our problem is in network security. I will provide additional details when we speak. Everyone I have spoken to recommended you. We don't know each other, but I am willing to provide you with references, if you will help me/us. Please contact me asap. Sincerely, Tom S. Richmond, VA (contact information omitted for legal and privacy reasons)
Reply: Tom, I would love to help you, but I am booked through August 2018. My current daily billing rate is $15,000, excluding travel accommodations.
I sent you a list of qualified people/companies, who may be able to help you. Good luck Tom. I know what a pain in the ass having a network that doesn't work, can be. All of my best, MJ
Wednesday, September 6, 2017
I have always believed that you can learn something from everyone, from the world's most interesting man, to a person you are standing next to in line at the checkout counter. That said, attached to this post are two letters from someone who has had unbelievable life experiences that we can all learn from.
If you can look beyond the fact that at one point he was a world famous drug dealer, the attached letters from George Jung(Boston George), contain some valuable life advice we can all benefit from. I hope you find value in this post.
George Jung Letters- http://mjtheterrible.blogspot.com/2017/09/george-jung-life-advice-for-michael.html
Here is a link to the movie trailer where Johnny Depp portrays George Jung, in a movie about his life- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8JpirldHfM0&feature=youtu.be
Michael "MJ The Terrible" Johnson
Owner & Founder of Masters of Money, LLC.
Question: How can I find someones email address if I don't have it? Thanks MJT. Brad Delaney Newark, New Jersey
Answer: Often times you can find a person's email address by visiting the contact section of a person's social media profile/profiles.
If that doesn't work, here are a list of websites that can used to find someone's email address-