This story has been beat to a pulp, but it’s so ridiculous it’s worth noting. A 21-year-old British kid created a home page and sold 1MM pixels each for $1. Furthermore, he had a sob story to warm the public’s heart: trying to pay his way through college.
So like I mentioned above I’ve got mixed thoughts about My Millionaire Mentor and the reason is because this is not really a product, it’s just a sales system for MOBE. I recently wrote my review of MOBE here which is a direct sales business and gave it a positive review because the company is definitely not a scam. However I’m tempted to say My Millionaire Mentor is a scam because the sales video and everything claimed is not really accurate.
^ Saxena, Poonam (19 November 2011). “Five crore question: What makes KBC work?”. Hindustan Times. Archived from the original (Article, Interview with Amitabh Bachchan) on 22 November 2011. Retrieved 24 November 2011.
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The promotional video on their homepage is incredibly cheesy. It looks like it was patched together by amateurs offering cheap labor, and in fact, some people have even claimed that they recognized people as actors on Fiverr who sell testimonial services. That’s probably where they bought the voiceover of “Ryan Mathews” that is almost certainly not actually Ryan Mathews.
There are many people out there using fake names and hire people to claim they make tons of money using some made up system. You can find these “actors” on sites like Fiverr.com for example. On that site and other similar ones you can hire anyone to do some acting for you for $5.
Yes, there are millions of strategies you can use to become a millionaire, but they can really all be combined into three buckets. You’ll be hard pressed to find someone who made millions who doesn’t fall into one of these three often-interconnected categories.
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3. Patience – For most people, there is no fast track to wealth. You need to understand that time is your friend, and you have to exhibit the patience necessary to make it work for you. Yes, it can be scary to lose money in the market. However, have to learn to understand the market’s cycles and ride them out. This isn’t to say that you need to time the market; on the contrary. Know that market swings are part of the wealth building process. Hang in there and stick to your plan. Better days will come, and you’ll be rewarded for seeing it through.
“Give yourself permission to do something extraordinary on planet earth.” This was one of the parting statements as I rounded out my chat with Dr. Demartini. Many people are afraid to take financial risks that could lead to everyday happiness and stability, while other people are tied to material “happiness” that they feel defines their success: the more they have, the more successful they feel. At the end of the day, you will find that inspiration and happiness will not last long in material goods, but you’ll definitely always find it in people and experiences. When you do figure out what you love, you’ll notice that you’ll wake up every morning inspired and ready to start your workday. Discipline is not required when you are intrinsically motivated by something that inspires you every day. Allowing yourself to value financial success because you are worthy of it, and achieving this success through doing something you love, which inspires you and which serves others, will allow you to “awaken your genius!”
The book of the week was How To Make Millions With Your Ideas by Dan S. Kennedy. This book made some good points, but overall it wasn’t my taste. I think a lot of the ideas in this book are a little pie-in-the-sky and I like to focus on basic business and leadership principles that do not require luck, just skill.
Lyle, scams work how to become a millionaire without winning the lottery because people fall for them. While someone experienced could easily spot a scam form a mile away, new internet users are a lot more trusting and unfortunately they lose their hard earned money. I was a newbie 10 years ago and I also lost quite a bit of money to similar online scams.
“But I became a trusted source about credit card processing. So before long all these online sites that had previously had a hard time navigating this industry would start contacting me to switch their payment services.”
8. Go with your gut instincts. If any future money making venture doesn’t seem right to you…..think long and hard there are very few get rich quick schemes that work.Success will only come from hard work.
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“Dan Kennedy’s smart marketing advice has been of great value to our business. I wish I’d read this book back when we started Joan Rivers Products. It certainly would have made our journey that much easier.”—Joan Rivers
Force appreciation. Jenny also could have purchased a fixer-upper property that she could improve, increasing the immediate appreciation on the property. For example, maybe she could buy it for $150,000, put $30,000 of work into it, and it might be worth $275,000 at that point. This could also increase the speed at which her wealth would build.
The format in the Play It! attraction was very similar to that of the television show that inspired it. When a show started, a “Fastest Finger” question was given, and the audience was asked to put the four answers in order; the person with the fastest time was the first contestant in the Hot Seat for that show. However, the main game had some differences: for example, contestants competed for points rather than dollars, the questions were set to time limits, and the Phone-a-Friend lifeline became Phone a Complete Stranger which connected the contestant to a Disney cast member outside the attraction’s theatre who would find a guest to help. After the contestant’s game was over, they were awarded anything from a collectible pin, to clothing, to a Millionaire CD game, to a 3-night Disney Cruise.