The main point is to not necessarily work hard but SMART!…Get Rich Quick methods don’t really work..But a good investment and some proactive methods should get you there. I will be a millionaire within 3 years by the age of 31…I’ve already begun the process necessary and I am only doing what I like/love. Life is about being free and able to live how you want. People who have made it to Millionarie/Billionaire status aren’t the Norm! The Norm is for Regular Middle Class Citizens who work day in and day out til they retire til they’re 60+!!! Extraordinary Living is only for those who want it enough to do something about it. www.createwealthfreedom.com
Maybe you didn’t want to hear this, but it could be time to learn how to sell. One of the surest ways to wealth is to see what people need or want and provide it. But you still have to convince them it’s your something they need. That’s what sales is all about.
Thank you so much for this! I was honestly about to do it, was going to the other day but decided to wait till today so could on my day off. Was a very big uplift when was watching it cause was thinking bout my kids and being debt free. But thank you again for this review!
The principles that I have followed out of grad school seems to have correspond to the article. At my age as part of the mid-end of the gen X, it seems that reaching the status of millionaire doesn’t reduce the anxiety of how to provide for the family. I still worry about the same things as before, but at perhaps at a different level. I admit getting to the first million was relatively easy with luck and good planning, but I thought I would have been much better off by now. It is also very tough to maintain with a bad economy. Forget about buying the Lamborghini or the large estate, it’s time to hold what you have.
I keep seeing screenshots of 5 & 6 figure incomes from guys doing this. I looked at them and thought we for $37 per month it’s worth a shot but I can’t get passed the fact that they are selling a pipe dream.
Whether it’s a brick-and-mortar store, an online eCommerce business, or simply selling a product on Amazon, buying products from a manufacturer or distributor and selling them to customers is one of the most tried and true methods for succeeding in business.
They pay isn’t that great, especially for shorter tasks. But the beauty of it is that since most of them don’t require a lot of brain power and focus, you can do ’em while watching your favorite TV shows on the couch.
Thank you, Egon for your review of another MOBE scam called My Millionaire Mentor! I really do appreciate your honest, clear informational opinion. I have been looking at starting an online business for a few months now. I did try a couple of them years ago but they were about products and I couldn’t get enough traffic to them. At that time, it cost about $5,000 and you had to do tricks and jump hoops and hurdles to get on the first page of Google search results. Thanks for https://youtu.be/knlhNoFr-GY us time and money.
Those traits are true and I’m trying to apply most of those in real life. I wish I can be a millionaire too. To be able to discipline yourself well, especially the way you handle your finances, and to be optimistic every now and then can really help you a lot in becoming a millionaire yourself.
The equity you’ve accumulated gives you options that can increase your wealth. You can use payments from a reverse mortgage—or money from selling your home, if you plan to downsize—to supplement retirement income. Then you can let other investments grow or delay taking Social Security benefits. If you wait to claim benefits until after your full retirement age (between 66 and 67, depending on when you were born), you’ll earn a delayed-retirement credit worth 8% a year for each year you delay until age 70.
Who are your competitors? How are they doing business-wise? Are they about to retire? Most businesses sell for two to five times their annual earnings or profits, and many parties who are interested in selling end up simply closing shop after not finding an interested buyer. Many times, you may be able to pick up a business that, when combined with a business you already own, could pay for itself within 12-18 months. This is one of the most expensive but quickest ways of reaching $1 million a year in sales. (To examine the flip side argument, read 7 Steps To Selling Your Small Business.)
1. Create high quality content and give it away to as many people as possible. Do this with the intention of helping people and changing peoples lives. You will eventually gain subscribers and followers by doing this.
I also almost got sucked into subscribing to the MOBE scam. MOBE operates out of Maolaysia. I called them to refund my $49, and she gave me a lame excuse. She said that only her manager can authorize a refund. I called back to speak to the manager, and all of a sudden the phone keeps ringing. No one was there to receive my call, smh.
3. Solve their problems. Create a high quality, amazing product or service that can help them. Add more value to them than ever before. This is how you will get customers and have people pay you for the amazing product or service you’re providing.
I have known many people who lived frugally for many years, saved their income, invested their money in passive investments, and found themselves with a million dollars in net worth. They never started a business, they never bought an apartment building, and they didn’t win or inherit it. They simply used a firm grasp on their personal finance to become a millionaire.
Stop watching TV. But everyone watches TV. Yes, couch potato the third, that’s why so few ever become millionaires. While you are watching TV, your competition, the more successful and the people you envy are all making money. Stop watching TV. In fact, cancel it if you always give in.
I think the ultimate way to become a millionaire is to EARN MORE and DESIRE LESS. Earning more increases your income i.e. (taking a second job, investing your money, buying assets that provide passive income, etc.) while desiring less lessens your spending (i.e. budgeting, frugality, etc.)
Just curious. who do you trust.? Also there’s always a catch 22 if you sign up for free .once you get in, do you pay a fee ? Of course cause nothing is free . My question is how much.? Why when you find out a scam there’s others that fallow saying one is lieing and to go to this other sight.? How is one different than the other.
i hate when people bullsh*t you (me), so i wont be a di*k. CashCrate is free to sign up and they have offers and surveys that range from $(.)50 thats fifty cents to 4 dollars and they also have offers that require a credit card, but you can earn up to 40 dollars for one survey. this survey that im talking about is one for a credit card. you register for one using valid info and your credit card number (probally so they know you have a bank account ) and if you qualified you get the credit card and 40 dollars for doing the offer through CashCrate.
Funny fact. In early 90s when the Soviet Union collapsed, Russia saw it’s very first pyramid scheme and it was called MMM. I am sure there is no relation to that but it’s funny how they have the same abbreviation.
Chances are, you don’t know what you don’t know. So you’ll need to start really educating yourself about how you could conceivably achieve your goal. You’ll need to get bolder about the work you’re doing. You’ll need to create more, and fail more. Over and over, in fact. Quantity is often the fastest path to quality.
In a few cases, like with the headphones company, I was able to maximize my value by negotiating a deal where I got paid based on the amount of profit I was able to drive – which with this one client was insane. I got 20% of the profit that I drove that was directly attributable to the digital marketing campaigns that I was running. I knew that I was going to crush it, so I spent extra time up front making sure that the contract I had him sign covered a ton of scenarios. While I tried to make the case, which was true, that my strategy would help increase sales over at least the next 2+ years, the owner of the company would only sign on for 6 months.