Have you ever wondered what it is they
serve a billionaire for breakfast?
Do people with a super human ability
to generate revenue eat waffles and
cream cheese like the rest of us?
Or do you think they might have a richer palate?
As far as I know the the most expensive
breakfast ever served up coincided a few
years back with the opening of the West
End production of Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
For 22,000 pounds (37,600 U.S. dollars),
theater-goers could indulge in a never to
be forgotten breakfast that opened with
an edible gold and jewel draped croissant
slavered in Bar le Duc hand-seeded
redcurrant jam, and aptly concluded with
a champagne cocktail served from a bottle
“covered in gold and encrusted with real
pearls and diamonds”.
But you can put down your check books.
Not only has this opulent mouth-watering
dish long since vanished from the “menu of
billionaires” it turns out they don’t even
eat this way.
Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey, one of
the umpteen billionaires whose names
you’ve never heard before, eats two
hard-boiled eggs and soy sauce for his
daily starter meal.
Richard Branson, the founder of Virgin
Atlantic, reportedly eats fruit salad and
muesli (the cheapskate) and occasionally
Mark Zuckerberg, co-creator of Facebook says
he eats “whatever”, and doesn’t waste time on
silly decisions like what to put in his mouth
in the morning.
So if food isn’t important to starting the
day of these super productive human beings,
My friend Carolyn Hansen says she knows the
secret and she’s revealing it here:
See you on the road to success!