#1 Lesson Haters Gonna Learn From Britney Spears


Does it pay to be crazy? Here’s #Motivation:

Britney Spears has actually only been in the pop business for a few years. Her first album came out in 1999.

To date she’s sold over 100 MILLION albums worldwide. Forbes Magazine recently recognized her as the highest paid female recording artist, $58M, in 2012.


Haters Gon’ Hate

Here’s the lesson. Pay attention haters…

Because while you were judging, she earned residual/royalty income while she slept. Royalty income is where you get paid month after month, year after year, for work that you did ONCE.

Hit me baby one more time!
– Said her bank account in Zurich

When she got married in Vegas, she got paid. While making babies with K-Fed, she got paid. And when she went all circus on us and cut her hair, you guessed it… Cha-ching!


How will YOUR next 15 years look? What plan do you have in place to earn residual income? If you don’t have one, don’t hate on her success. I have a few growing as I write this. It’s not Brit Brit money, but it does mean in 15 years I’ll never have to work again for the rest of my life (if I choose not to.)

More importantly…

…I’m excited of all the ways I’ll be able to make a difference in my community, including charity donations, scholarships, retiring my mother, educational and program funding, and so much more.

You don’t need pop star talent to get paid like one. But in order to make the royalties, you have to do the WORK.

I have a few solid ideas I need help with, so if you’re interested in being Spears crazy or just want to learn more about residual income, EMAIL me today.

Well? Hit me up baby!

– Shawn B

Published by ShawnByfield

Shawn Byfield is a certified public speaker, expert dance coach and entrepreneur. A National authority in dance and veteran in entertainment, film and fashion. Byfield is a DORA AWARD winning choreographer, GEMINI AWARD nominee, and 2x BLACK CANADIANS AWARD nominee. Shawn Byfield loves to travel nationally as an inspiring mentor, adjudicator, public speaker and choreographer.

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