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Your Road To Becoming A Real Millionaire

Mar 14, 2008
Health is wealth but economics has taught us a great deal about the consequences of being devoid of wealth. It can be painful, sickening and discouraging at best.

Truly, poverty is a choice. Whatever you are doing, it will have a direct impact on how you determine your life in the future and how your finances will determine the way you live your life in the days to come.

However, it is important to realize that many of our actions are the springboard by which we take our leap to chalk up the much-needed abundance necessary to live your life to the fullest; travel places, buy things you needs, satisfy your wants, and indulge on the most expensive real-life getaway.

While these seem easy to do, the question still remains as: "How can you become a millionaire without you waiting a lifetime?"

The next section provides suggestions and insight on how the most popular business people in the market have risen to be one of the top money-making individuals in their lifetime and how they managed to maintain their money-making skills while keeping those hard-earned dollars in their pockets.

Determine What You Want

Perhaps if you are a teenager, your number one priority would be surviving all the hardships beset to you as a teen such as mood swings due to erratic hormonal attacks, the troubles of puberty, and your dealing with schooling.

While these are significant and forms part of our daily dealings with life, the fact of living focuses on earning money and how you as a person should be empowered to share the wealth the world has to offer.

In any case, the desire to become rich is something that one person takes early on. This becomes his commitment and number one priority and uses every opportunity along the way to bring him/her one step closer to achieving that dream.

Jennifer Kushell, President and Co-founder of Young & Successful Media Corp is a perfect example of a young woman who thought of building his huge empire of business enterprise and be her own boss and create tool by which everybody can learn while looking for ways to developing their own money-generating machineries.

She started with her own hand-painted t-shirts when she was in her teenage years and created an online interactive media by which young people can interact with one another and share experiences about money-making and at the same time providing them with tips on how to start their journey through the world of entrepreneurship.

At the outset, you have to know exactly what you want and what is important to you, something which you want to do and cherish for the rest of your life. If affluence is good for you in all aspects of your life, there are ways to do it. Everything is a matter of choice.

As Professors Richard McKenzie of the University of California-Irvine and Dwight Lee of the University of Georgia had put it, "Most people in America got rich because they chose to do so, and they pursued a path to wealth that is wide open to most of the rest of us. Indeed, becoming rich is a matter of choice."

Work on Individual Steps Towards One Goal

The road to richness is bumpy and full of obstacles. Perhaps, the best defense as you go through this road of uncertainty is perseverance. Focus on your goals and never lead astray from it.

Sergey Brin, co-founder of Google search engine share similar experience in this road to success. Together with, Larry Page, they left school to develop their university project, a search engine project, which will provide an online tool where people will find most of their needs online, organize the wealth of information on the net and make searching a bit less complicated.

It must have taken time to develop such technology but their effort has proven its worth along the way. They did not let discouragement from classmates and professors to interfere with their goals yet used them towards the fulfillment of their dreams.

Manage Money Well

Successful and financially stable people have one thing in common: they do not spend more than what they earn, and they invest! You may realize that indulging on expensive clothing, cars, house accessories, technologies, etc, are stripping you of your valuable resources which can otherwise be used to other means and make them multiply.

Not living beyond your means is one way of putting yourself at risk of unstable financial situation, worst, bankruptcy. Give up those luxury and start managing your finances.

Take the Risk

About 4% of all Americans, that is around 11 million of the entire population are rich. The secret? They invest! Put up your own business or take on a partnership role with a reliable friend.

Buy some stocks or have others use them for you while gaining some amount of percentage out of the borrowed money. There are limitless possibilities to becoming rich and one valid way to doing this is by taking those little risks and opening yourself up for a possible blow on the waist when things work hard for you.
About the Author
Daegan Smith is an Expert Internet Network Marketer. "Learn How To
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