When I attend a conference, I like to have an event to invite people to. That means I get all of their cell phone numbers to be able to text them the location and time. It feels exclusive, so people ask if they can invite other people.
For example, in the late aughts I knew I was spending a lot but I didn’t know it was almost as much as I was earning. Through tracking my money came awareness, and that lead me to making a decision in 2010 to set a goal to become financially independent.
FYI Everyone….Always keep in mind…..any program that says you could make thousands of dollars in such a short time….is a scam. If such a program did exist you wouldn’t be seeing shabby videos about it floating around on the internet. In fact, you wouldn’t be seeing ANY advertising about it because legitimate program opportunities are passed through word of mouth!
Great companies gather evidence about their capabilities by firing small bullets before they launch a missile. They invest in data to validate where they are heading. They don’t start firing and hope they hit or miss.
Millmentor.com “You can keep that luck shit in your pocket” -@garyvee I love that quote. Guys, people want to make excuses as to why they are not where they want to be, they want to dumb down other…
You are very inspiring. I too am trying to find a person that is caring and humble enough to pass on the wisdom that has blessed their lives. A millionaire to learn from. I am jack ma how to become a millionaire man bent on proving a better life for my family, myself and those that are put in my path for the purpose of blessing and sharing. I have a desire to leave a legacy for my children. God bless and thank you.
Who did it: A few years ago, Samuel Katabaaz tried to sell 99,999 copies of his startup’s business plan for £68 each. The idea was to fund his startup without giving up any of the equity. It’s not clear how many items he sold.
$1000-$10,000 guaranteed per day? I guess this would be a good situation to bring up the good ole saying. “If it seems too good to be true, then it most likely is”. This is really so fake and it really should be obvious it is.
My Millionaire Mentor is a just a funnel for promoting the MTTB System. While the information in the MTTB System seems solid, potential customers should be aware of the hidden $1,997 upsell and understand that most consultants in the program make negligible sums of money.
Many companies are looking for qualified candidates who know the ins and outs of Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter to help them with their social marketing efforts. Head over to a job site and search for “social media marketing”.
Competition is stiff, but if you are a savvy designer, this is a good way to pick up extra dollars. Even better, if you are an artist, this is a good way to make your art skills pay off. Consider that every design will need to have a reason why the customer should buy the book or follow that person on Twitter to have a real impact. Twitter backgrounds, in particular, are in hot demand right now. For measurements and caveats of Twitter backgrounds, read “How to create your own Twitter background.”
In April 2003, British Army Major Charles Ingram, his wife Diana, and college lecturer Tecwen Whittock were convicted of using fraudulent means to win £1 million on the UK version of the show when Ingram was a contestant on the show in September 2001. The allegation was that when Tarrant asked a question, Whittock, one of that episode’s nine other Fastest Finger First contestants, would cough to guide Ingram to the correct answer. Ingram won the £1 million top prize, but members of the production staff raised suspicions over Whittock’s coughing along with the Ingrams’ behaviour after the recording, and the police were called in to investigate. The defence claimed that Whittock simply suffered from allergies; however, all three were found guilty and given suspended sentences. After the trial, ITV aired a documentary about the scandal, along with Ingram’s entire game, complete with Whittock’s coughing sounds. As a joke, Benylin cough syrup paid to have the first commercial shown during the programme’s commercial break.
Focus on the process. Wanting to become a millionaire is great — but it’s not going to get you there. You must focus on the process for doing so. What daily actions will you take? What path will you walk down? As the late, great motivational speaker Jim Rohn said, “Life doesn’t get better by chance, it gets better by change.”