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Millionaires Are Made Not Born

Jun 13, 2008
Everything that you want in life can be achieve only if you move forward and start walking everyday towards your goals. I want you to be a part of my journey and that's why I invite you to make your own journey to accomplishing your goals and dreams.

Everything you do should be in the intention to accomplish something. I believe that in these past months, my activity level has increased, my work habits have improved, but there's one thing that has yet to change drastically and that is my income level.

Investing in mutual funds, IRAs, 401k's are usually the safe slow-growth way to go. Invest in companies that are solid and respected and here to stay. Don't just invest in a company because your best friends' girlfriend's father did so.

Investment plus time coupled with perseverance shall make us rich and millionaire. In the end I will suggest what Benjamin Franklin once said:" Whether we like it or not we will all die sooner or later so let us strive to enjoy life while we can.".

Becoming a millionaire is ultimately dependent on taking the money you have saved up and investing it in a market that offers lucrative returns on your money. Leaving your savings in savings account that earns a paltry 2-3% each year is just not going to cut it if you ever hope to become a millionaire.

Becoming a millionaire requires creating your own luck. When being in the right place in the right time and having things constantly work out in your benefit happens all of the time, it is not actually luck. Becoming a millionaire is easy for the young if they know what to do.

Becoming a millionaire is the dream of most of the people. Anyone with at least a million units net worth of any currency is a millionaire. Becoming a millionaire is great, but I assume you have this goal because you have some ideas as to how to spend it once earned. Becoming a millionaire didn't happen overnight.

Start by purchasing a home that you can comfortably afford and drive vehicles that suit your lifestyle without straining your budget. You don't have to be pulling down $75,000 a year and drive a 1992 Civic Hatchback or live in a dump, but throwing your money at a 4,000 square foot home in a gated community and luxury cars or SUVs that cost as much as one year of your salary won't help you become a millionaire.

Start the discipline to day of expanding your thinking through learning. Read though the many posts on this blog, and visit back regularly to see the updated information that will be supplied here. Start with research, but as soon as possible, to find a product or service you can market and start selling! Quit dreaming of a millionaire, and then start doing.

Start with one and build slowly after you become proficient. Internet companies are fairly easy to maintain.See You in the Millionaires Club.
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Gregory Wadel
How You Can Be The Next Millionaire
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