In this episode of the Millionaire Mindcast, we have a stunning guest, Mitzi Perdue who shares insights about visualization, a life of giving and taking, emotional connections, her entrepreneurial journey, tips on establishing a positive culture, and...
In this episode of the Millionaire Mindcast, we have a stunning guest, Mitzi Perdue who shares insights about visualization, a life of giving and taking, emotional connections, her entrepreneurial journey, tips on establishing a positive culture, and the secret of building an empire and generational wealth!
Back in the 1930s, Mitzi’s father started with just one hotel with no employee and through his determination and secret sauce to success, at the end of his life, their family owned 400 hotels in the form of Sheraton Hotel Corp. Mitzi witnessed how great his father was not just in business but also handling people in all walks of life.
Aside from that, innately, Mitzi’s father built a deep connection and concern for all his employees. He believed in them and gave them all the resources and encouragement to show the world just how good they are. Hence, communication between them is very important to him. Although he doesn’t want his hotel to be the biggest, he created a great value-based culture and a team in order to be the best hotel in the locality.
Distinct from other successful entrepreneurs, he had a lot of time with his children, teaching them values of not getting the identity through spending money and luxurious materials. But getting their identity by being good citizens who would give back. Her father’s greatest pleasure was giving it away. He loves to share blessings and spread love and care. Living like a millionaire in all areas of his life and staying connected to the people around him.
During Mitzi’s childhood, her way of grabbing his parent’s attention was by asking his father about business. Never think it would be a big advantage to her in later life and career. Thus, a spiritual gift of hospitality was given to her. Luckily, she found a husband who has the same characteristics as his father especially in running their business. Likewise, Mitzi inherits the culture and beliefs from her father in her own entrepreneurial journey that truly build a legacy and generational wealth.
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