Do you know the story of how McDonald's came to be? Today I'll share with you how the McDonald's brothers created the fast food restaurant model we know today, but it took Ray Kroc to make it a global phenomenon.

There are some pretty important lessons for home business owners as well.

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The Lessons of McDonald's

Recently I came across the movie “The Founder” on Netflix which chronicles the story of how McDonald's came to be. Ray Kroc was down and out on his luck selling milkshake machines.

Then he meets the McDonald's brothers and everything changes. If you haven't watched the movie on Netflix, I highly suggest that you do. You can watch the trailer below….

Here's what's interesting. Why was it that Ray Kroc is considered one of the most beloved entrepreneurs of the 20th Century, and the McDonald's brother's failed?

John Maxwell has a great theory on why the McDonald's brothers couldn't duplicate what Ray Kroc did. And it all came down to mindset. I explain more in the video below.

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