Play the lottery and get lucky. If you are a gambler, you can play the lottery, get lucky and win a million dollars. The problem however is that if you lose the money, you need another bit of luck to repeat the process.
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T V ? For the last 2 yrs we cut out our cable subscription and found out it was the best thing we had ever did.We spent more time together as a family . I also started to do more things at work and at home .I started to think about investing and staying home to take care of my family .Can investing be a life time stay at home job or a living . ? Can anyone give me a suitable advice .?
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Getting rich and becoming a millionaire is a taboo topic. Telling someone that you can get it done in five or ten years sounds like an unrealistic and outrageous fantasy. Pull it off and society will suggest that keep your financial success on the ‘down low’ or be labeled a greedy, gluttonous elitist.
In the video, some guy claims to be “Ryan Mathews, the owner of My Millionaire Mentor”. But who exactly is Ryan Mathews? He does not exist. It’s simply a fake person the owners made up so you can relate to him in the video. He tells you his life story with his struggles and you feel closer to him. He tells you he’s just a regular guy – just like you – and that any regular guy can make money using his system. But the truth is that there is no sign of this person anywhere on the internet. The real owners do not want to put their faces and name out there – because they know they will be in trouble once they get caught for scamming. Think about it – if you had really come up with such a perfect system to make money online, don’t you think you’ll give a couple interviews and would want to share it with everyone you know?
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3. The four-term President of the N.Y.S.E., Richard Whitney, was a poor manager of his financial affairs, fell into great debt, and in turning to embezzling, well only served 3-years in jail (in law, like everything else, you get what you pay for).
Becoming a millionaire isn’t all that difficult and there are countless ways to achieve that milestone. Some people do it through real estate, others start their own business, while some simply get lucky by winning the lottery or winning big on a game show. What is even more interesting is that you don’t have to be wealthy to begin with nor do you have to earn six figures to reach this goal.
Have you ever wondered how certain people on social media get so many followers in what it seems like such a short period of time? There are of course many different ways to do this, and It’s a lot easier if you’re a celebrity or household name.
He sold the rocks as “hassle-free” pets, complete with a pet training manual and a card board box fashioned after a pet carrier. The rocks were an instant hit and turned into one of the greatest fads of all time.
Regis Philbin hit the TV jackpot when he debuted as host of the award-winning game show, “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?” in 1999. The show, an overnight sensation for ABC, tapped into a common American dream – becoming wildly rich. According to the IRS’ Personal Wealth Statistics study (last undertaken in 2004), https://youtu.be/PqKdLDXw7_A estimated 2.7 million Americans hold gross assets of $1.5 million or more. If you have ever bought a lottery ticket or made an investment based on a “hot tip” just hoping you could be counted in that IRS number, consider that there may be some downfalls to becoming a millionaire.
2. Don’t show off — show up! When you start making money don’t show off by spending money on shiny trinkets. Poor people buy things rich people reinvest in creating new incomes. I didn’t buy my first luxury watch or car until my businesses and investments were producing multiple secure flows of income. I was still driving a Camry long after I became a millionaire. No one has ever done business with me because of my trinkets, they do business with me because I show up not because I show off.
Hello, my name is Nolan, currently I am 18 and still in highschool comming up upon graduation, I am interested in making money and have the drive to become someone reputable and do better than everyone I grew up around, I have about 5k saved comming out of highschool and looking to invest and save, aswell as ear substances amounts, just need a boost and a direction to go, any advice?
“I took it seriously…when I was watching old shows, I would always pause it before the contestant gave the answer and work through the question myself,” he said. “Anytime my mom or someone would come in the room, I would quiet them down.”
Unfortunately, most people are looking for a way to get rich quick or to capitalize on the next big thing. It is true that some people have made their wealth through playing the real estate market, while others have done so by investing in a few stocks that exploded, but this is the exception and not the norm. If the above list seems overly simplistic, that’s good. There are no secrets to becoming a millionaire and almost anyone has the chance to make it happen. The process is simple:
This isn’t rocket science but if you earn a reasonable income and you live within your means, guess what, you will probably have money left over to save. But that’s exactly the problem. Most people treat savings as an afterthought, or something that only gets attended to after all the other bills are paid. People pay bills, buy things, and then whatever is leftover they try to save. That is the wrong way to save. I’m sure you’ve heard it before, but pay yourself first. Whether it is $100 a month or $1,000 a month, think of the savings as a bill that needs to be paid and do it regularly. If you are unable to save money you will find that your only wealth is in the form of material things. So, you need to start saving every month and you need to make it happen automatically. An online savings account can accomplish this for you, and on top of that you’ll be earning better interest on that money than you would be at your local bank. Here are a few online banks with current rates to check out.
I myself am still a “young-buck” heading off to begin my first year of College in BCIT for International Business Management with hopes of creating well diversified corporation that has property located in each and every state/province . (My dream is gain enough of an income so that I may start/buy an internationally well known luxury hotel chain.
Rule No. 1: Take out the middleman. Instead of Bryan going back to the company he used to sell for, he cut out the middleman and went straight to a credit card processor, worked out his own reselling agreement with them, and did all of this BEFORE leaving his job at Sears.
Online courses – Creating an online course is a great way to make money online, but don’t expect to get rich doing it. Like with anything else out there, there is a lot of competition with many people vying for the attention of others when trying to sell their courses. Quality counts here. So does the necessity to deliver a lot of value.
“But, if you buy real estate, you can buy a property worth $160,000 (which is exactly what I did). If your stocks go up in value by 5%, you’ve made $800. But if your property goes up by 5% you’ve made $8,000!”
“In the worldwide marketplace of today, your skills can be used for anything, including mapping,” Mokey says. However, you’re also competing against people in developing nations who are willing to work for pennies, he says.
Joshua: Real estate is definitely an avenue to becoming a millionaire. I only have a primary residence at the moment, but I think that may change later in life. The beauty of real estate is cash flow, whereas stocks and other equities don’t produce much cash flow outside of dividends (at most 3-5%). Good luck with your endeavors.
Think of new ways to make money online. Take inventory of the skills you offer and how you can market them to potential future employers. “I’m finding more and more (job seekers) are ‘niche-ing down’ and being really great at one specific skill,” says Kristin Larsen, a Nashville-based blogger who writes about side hustles on her blog Believe in a Budget. “People are willing to spend more on hiring someone who excels at one thing.” For example, Larsen says, she recently hired someone to handle her emails. So if you know everything about a specific administrative task, coding language, social media platform or something else, those hyper-specific know-hows will stand out to employers.
As you would expect, the stories are as diverse as the people they highlight. Several people started their own business, one man made his millions in real estate, a firefighter cashed in his pension, and another made his millions working an $11 an hour job (and making wise money decisions along the way).
I have practiced the same debt elimination and savings techniques for years, and do so quite aggressively, though more conservatively than one of my best friends. I am 60% there in savings and my only debt is my mortgage payment. My best friend in 23 years reached 130% of his goal to become a millionaire. He began with $3000 and was more aggressive in his investing than I have been. My point is, he made it…retired last year and is living off his retirement, social security and investments to the tune of $150,000 per year. He owns two homes, bought a boat and is traveling and enjoying his life to the fullest. My goal is to follow in his footsteps. All of this takes discipline and sacrifice, but believe me it can be done by anyone, so don’t think this is a bunch of bull…anyone can do it, but you MUST make saving a life time habit. Set short term savings goals and work hard to reach them. Once you reach a short term savings goal, set your next savings goal and continue to work hard to reach it. Then repeat, repeat, etc.
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Money is not everything. Becoming a millionaire is not everything. It’s a fun goal to have — but, at least for me, it’s the journey that is the real prize. It’s making a plan and seeing your plan come to fruition. It’s knowing that “I did it.”
Hmm.. not sure what’s the take away from this post. Knowing 100 millionaires is one thing – which is probably good – and becoming one is another. I would have preferred the latter or tips leading to the same 🙂
An Indian version of the program in Hindi, titled Kaun Banega Crorepati (“Who will become a millionaire”), debuted on 3 July 2000, with Amitabh Bachchan hosting in his first appearance on Indian television. Subsequent seasons of the show aired in 2005–06, 2007, and every year since 2010. The Indian version was immortalised by director Danny Boyle in his 2008 drama film Slumdog Millionaire, adapted from the 2005 Indian novel Q & A by Vikas Swarup, which won eight U.S. Academy Awards (including Best Picture and Best Director) and seven BAFTA Awards. Another Indian version in Malayalam titled Ningalkkum Aakaam Kodeeshwaran debuted on 9 April 2012 with Suresh Gopi as the anchor. Other Indian remakes include Neengalum Vellalam Oru Kodi in Tamil, Kannadada Kotyadhipati in Kannada, and Meelo Evaru Koteeswarudu in Telugu.
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