10 Shocking Ways People Have Became Self-Made Millionaires
Johnny Earle sells t-shirts but he does so from a shop that is set up to look like an old school bakery. This means the shirts are displayed in ovens, the shop smells like vanilla and when a customer buys a shirt, they are packaged in pastry boxes.
Advertising on the Internet is a weird and wonderful thing. Jason Sadler can certainly attest to that after starting a business where he literally just wore different company’s shirts for a price. He would simply walk around town, wearing the shirt while also making various social media postings about the company employing him. While that endeavor lasted just four years, it was enough to make Sadler a millionaire.