Hey Tim, I just finished watching your How to make millions DVD. It was awesome, I have learned so much. The different strategies are a big help, I haven’t found mine but I’m tweaking all of the ones I seen in the DVD or getting idea’s from them. I wouldn’t waste 36 hours of my life watching just some random DVD, this truly has been inspiring.
ATMs and vending machines – This requires a bit of upfront investment and sales skills. You need to buy the machines and then make contracts to place those machines in a variety of destinations based on volume of traffic. Still, you can get up and running relatively quickly with this passive income stream.
For those of you who chose the one million dollar option, the story pretty much ends there. Maybe you’ll go on to start a business, maybe you’ll go on to invest it, or you could spend it on a lavish vacation in the Caribbean, or gamble it away at a casino in Las Vegas.
B, I must admit, I skim many articles on BP but don’t read every word, but I have to tell you my friend, I read every 9524 words in your post, very nicely done! You have a real gift brother. I throughly enjoyed it, great way to start my day and week. Only one request, make it longer next time!! Lol seriously dude great stuff. Have an awesome day!
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Hi everyone, i just recently started on some websites that pay you to watch videos, play games, and do surveys…so far I’ve redeemed over $300 in amazon gift cards and paypal. Here are the links and some proof of my earnings: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0dCCuwEes4
Beacouse you say “I didn’t know where to start… so I went to iTunes and looked up the word “millionaire”.” as there are no profile type things? And iTunes is a Music,Movie,Podcast ect.. type of Program.
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With my online courses, I have to come up with an outline of what the video is going to be about, plan the shots, hope that I can do it in one take, edit the video, convert the video, and then upload the video.
This article is about the general, international franchise. For the original version, see Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? (UK game show). For other versions, see International versions of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
From there, I continued that hustle into the launch of my blog. I also launched a YouTube channel and a podcast shortly after. From there, I kept on hustling and eventually wrote my first book, Soldier of Finance.
When I plug my numbers into the retirement calculator FIRECalc – yearly spending of $36,000, a $1 million portfolio, and 51 years left to live (based on the US government’s death calculator) – it tells me there’s a 98.9% chance my $1 million won’t be depleted before I die.
What Kickstarter and Indiegogo are: Crowdfunding sites that let people submit ideas for projects or inventions. If the community likes the ideas, they can contribute money to the cause to help it come to life.
Hey, Julia and thank you very much for your comment, kind words, and encouragement. I am glad to hear you found My Millionaire Mentor scam review helpful. The product is NOT what they claim it to be. And hey, it IS so ridiculously expensive! I cannot imagine where on Earth ordinary people take all those thousands of dollars to even start doing business with MOBE?
If you are comfortable taking off your kit then why not try life modelling. Sit there in the buff while budding artists capture your every curve (or pokey bits) in frightening detail! Try RAM, a website especially designed for these kind of jobs.
You know how when something major happens, suddenly there are all kinds of merchandise related to that issue that come out? Well, instead of buying those items, you can be on the other side of it and make money by turning the latest trends and happening into cool t-shirts.
The simple fact is that if you don’t understand the non-revenue factors of a business like people, you shouldn’t be in sales – you should be counting widgets in a factory and filling out a card that says “Successfully shipped to customer, next order please.”
The whole idea of starting small is that you can afford to make small mistakes without going bust. The guys who start a business or investment with a million bucks cannot afford the same experience. They’re often too scared to take risks, but you are not. What have you got to lose? You’re small!
If you get a policy, most financial advisers recommend buying it in your fifties or early sixties, before you develop medical conditions that will make you ineligible for preferred health discounts. Look for a policy that covers home care, an assisted-living facility and a nursing home. For a 60-year-old couple, annual premiums for a policy with a three-year benefit period and a 90-day deductible range from $2,985 to $4,190, according to the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance (see Make Long-Term-Care Coverage Affordable).
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To be fair, Matt has also claimed that both the $49 and $1,997 payments are completely refundable if customers are not satisfied. Further, MTTB system graduates are also provided an additional $500 if they prove that they followed all 21 steps of the program diligently but were unable to make at least $1,000 a month in commissions. We see nothing wrong with this practice however many of the details of the $500 refund were glossed over in the marketing materials for My Millionaire Mentor and makes it seem more attractive than it really is.
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What an inspirational podcast Lewis! This is my first time on your site and first podcast and the amount of knowledge that I have taken in is unbelievable. It’s funny, as I listened to the podcast, I kept saying your so right Lewis, yup your right about that too… The perfectionist in me is what is holding me back, and after your podcast, no more. Going to set a deadline date this year to roll out my product, will learn as much as I can from others and invest in myself. You have gained a lifetime follower of your work. Thank you for being awesome and talented. Enjoy Spain!
A Russian version of Millionaire debuted as О, счастливчик! (“Oh, lucky man!!!”) on NTV from 1 October 1999 to 28 January 2001. On 19 February 2001, the show was relaunched as Кто хочет стать миллионером? (“Who wants to become a millionaire?”), which aired on Channel One and was hosted by Maxim Galkin before 2008, and Dmitry Dibrov after that. A Dutch version of the show, titled Lotto Weekend Miljonairs, first aired on SBS 6 from 1999 to 2006 with Robert ten Brink as its host, then was moved to RTL 4, where it aired until 2008 (later to be revived in 2011) with Jeroen van der Boom hosting. A Japanese version called Quiz $ Millionaire, hosted by Monta Mino, was launched by Fuji Television on 20 April 2000; it was a regular weekly programme for its first seven years, after which it only aired in occasional specials.
Great post! You touched upon many key points to ensure wealth building. Personally, I follow several of these steps and I believe I share several of the mentioned mindset traits. I was fortunate enough to learn about finance at a young age, so I was able to jump on retirement savings early.
Of course, there are always the stories of people who make an insane amount of money online, but they are the exceptions and it’s unfortunately not as easy as running a few Facebook ads and making bank. Here’s how I know: I’ve built my entire career online. It’s made me a millionaire and helped me reach financial independence at the age of 30. Here’s what I’ve learned over the past 8+ years making money online, both the opportunities and the challenges.
9k words? Man, ok I’m going to save this and read it throughout the rest of the week lol. Looks pretty great so far, though. I just gotta ask…why would you want a female body builder to rub your feet? Do you want them to end up mangled?!?
Thank you John. I have really started checking scams out. It took me 3 times getting burned to start looking for scams, your review stopped me from getting hooked by the fourth My Millionaire Mentor. I am a young 60 year old who woke up after being strong and healthy and within 24 hours went through two open heart surgeries and a mild stroke. I am not able to return to work so am looking for a way to make money online from home. Thanks for saving me from losing the little money I have left to live on. I’m glad there is someone like you looking out for us.
If you have a great deal invested in your house, remember, listed homes and other property can take anywhere from two weeks to more than a year to sell. Ask any agent who sold homes back in the 1980s, when prime interest rates were averaging over 11%! Still, property seems to be a priority. In 2005, the household savings rate averaged a meager 2.69% (the rate had been roughly declining from 13% since the 1970s). Is this because Americans are putting too much of https://youtu.be/vMXv3VFAnEk savings into their homes or are we just bad at saving money?
Neither the salesperson or the order taker are evil people; they just have different skills and perform a different function. I’ve even seen order takers be trained into salespeople later on if they have the growth mindset to believe they can crossover to the dark side.
Citigroup got the Federal Reserve’s rock-solid guarantee for more than $300 billion in toxic assets then rotting on the company ‘s balance sheet. Without our bailouts, both banks would have folded—and a slew of other banks and hedge funds would have toppled like dominoes. (These two banks also took advantage of billions of dollars in hidden Federal Reserve loans provided at negligible interest rates.)