Make your money earn you money. You alone will likely never save up a million dollars. Therefore, the only way you will get there is by turning your money into little factory workers who show up each day and go out to make you more money. You can do this through business or investing — but make sure your money isn’t sitting around doing nothing.
The chart above also demonstrates the value of compounding interest, one of the most valuable tools to accumulate significant wealth – the key is to start while you’re young and stay disciplined. Stick to your plan! The ride may be slow and boring at times, but you’ll be pleased with the long-term results. (Read: Delay in Saving Raises Payments Later On.)
In the sales video the spokesperson tries to act like its some limited time offer that is by invitation only. He talks about how its not open to the public but it obviously is. You don’t have to be referred to this program like he says.
Specifically, there are three things about you that you must change if you want to become a millionaire. I call this “The Wealth Tripod” because without all three, you’ll never become wealthy. All three steps are required if you want to build and maintain wealth. Like a camera tripod — if one of the legs is broken, the entire tripod will fall down.
“The only reason to save money is to invest it. Put your saved money into secured, sacred (untouchable) accounts. Never use these accounts for anything, not even an emergency. This will force you to continue to follow step one (increase income). To this day, at least twice a year, I am broke because I always invest my surpluses into ventures I cannot access.”
An electric car conversion would cost between $10,000 to $20,000 without considering the donor car price. If you make such conversion to more than 100 cars (and add some other cool stuff of your own), you can become a millionaire.
Before I get into this review you should know that there are multiple websites that are promoting this My Millionaire Mentor System. They all have the same sales video, just with minor changes. Usually the testimonials are different, other than that they are identical and they all promote the same scam system.
http://tairita25.msociety.hop.clickbank.net, it’s not free, but it’s not much to invest as well. You won’t make millions out of it, but it will pay your bills every month, which I was looking for. I am using it, and am satisfied with it. You should try it yourself! 🙂
If you want to give it a try here are a few of the things to keep in mind: You must be at least 21 years old, have at least one year of licensed driving experience in the U.S. (three years if you are under 23 years old), have a valid US driver’s license and pass a background check.
I charge that much as I deserve it, and also I prefer to work on my own business as an affiliate marketer. I find this better for me as it allows me to control more of my schedule and not get involved in price wars.
Becoming a millionaire will NOT make you happy. It will not make you a better husband, a better wife, a better mom, or a better dad. It won’t fix your low self esteem. It won’t cure your illness, your weight problem, or your depression. Money is not the answer to all of life’s questions — and can even cause more problems than it fixes.
Get a roommate. If you have a spare room in your home or apartment, getting a roommate is one way to raise money fast. Not only can they help pay the rent, but they can also help with other bills like utilities, cable, and Internet service.
Great episode, Lewis! Your guests are great, but the solo episodes work too. This was very valuable and I think it will help anyone who listens to it. Glad you mentioned building an audience – very important for being successful. After all, what good is your website if no one sees it! Hope you do end up doing an episode on building your audience as I think that would be really valuable as well. Keep them coming!
A little long winded but just stay with me… My wife and I came to the US (to a small farm community in northern CA) as an immigrant 35yrs ago with 3 young kids (1yr, 2yr, 3yr olds), no English speaking skills, just a 3rd world high school education (which is probably equivalent to an 8th grade education here), no marketable skills, and just enough money for the plane ticket here and a 4yr old car when we got here. We first stayed with my sister in law and her husband for about 4 months while my wife and I worked in the fields in the summer harvesting fruit. After scrimping and saving we found our own old and broken down rental out in a peach orchard – it was the only one we could afford that would allow us to save. We continued working in the fields each summer thereafter and, as our 3 children grew , they helped working in the fields on the weekends and summers. Each child started helping out at about the age of 5 yrs old, so we could increase our earnings. The younger ones would play in the field where we worked. The farmers didn’t care, so they let us bring our kids. Over time, we, all 5, would work in the summers harvesting fruit and getting paid for each box filled. We were the slowest among the workers and filled the fewest boxes, but we persevered summer after summer. Then about 4-5 yrs after arriving in the US I got a farm job for the off season but on days it would rain, I didn’t have any work at all, so no pay. We never had health insurance so we tried hard to stay healthy. But at least I was able to earn some more money in addition to the summer earnings. So there we were, about 4-5 yrs after arriving, working in the fields, I made minimum wage with my farm job and my young family making a combined of less than minimum wage in the summer (remember how I said we got paid piece work and filled the fewest boxes?) – essentially, one min wage job and another 1/2 min wage job. But we persevered. Our kids would start working weekends at the start of summer and miss the 1st 2 weeks of school at the start just to get that extra income before the summer came to a close each year. But we all pulled together, saved for enough of a down pmt on a small house in town so we could afford the mortgage pmt and still be able to save. We splurged here and there (eating out a few times a year, buying a few nice things and keeping them FOREVER (new TV, new car, new furniture, new appliances), new clothes for school each year (never the trendy ones though – they cost too much – the kids knew how hard it was to earn a buck so they were happy for just the new clothes even if they weren’t trendy). Needless to say, we didn’t 1) buy morning coffees, 2) go out to lunch, 3) take vacations, 4) Waste stuff only to have to buy a replacement, 4) waste money on junk food, only the nutritional basics (we just couldn’t afford to do that AND save some for when there was no work due to rain). We ran into some medical problems, needing a few surgeries that ended up costing as much as a new car each time. But we needed it, didn’t have insurance, and had the savings so we had to pay. But we still persevered. We lived simply and saved simply. We didn’t get into investing in anything other than CD’s. I couldn’t even begin to understand that stock stuff so I avoided it. This continued for over a decade. Then my kids were in high school and got jobs at fast food so they made min wage – a step up from the field work and we saved their earnings as well. They would work 2 jobs in the summer – fields during the day and fast food during the evening/night – it was tough but it was only for the summer. As time went on, our WHOLE FAMILY COMBINED, FINALLY STARTED EARNING maybe about 2/3 of what an elementary school teacher earned (my uncle was one and I remember him alone earning more than our whole family earned). But we persevered. While my kids were in high school, we saved and eventually bought a bigger and nicer house in a nicer neighborhood and eventually paid it off. I still made min wage, wife worked doing seasonal work, kids help on weekends/summers. My kids went to a local community college and drove from home each day – the traditional going away to college was WAY TOO EXPENSIVE. All 3 still worked weekends fast food and both, fast food and field work, during summers. I still earned min wage and my wife worked seasonal during the summers. With a few scholarships, financial aid, we were able to pay for college. They then transferred to a nearby university, still drove each day from home to college, while maintaining the weekend/summer work. Again, with a little from scholarship, some financial aid, and working ALOT we paid for their college. Upon finishing college, all 3 moved out to where the jobs were. I still worked min wage, my wife, seasonal work. But we saved and didn’t waste it and lived simple lives. We then bought a bigger house, paid cash, in a nicer neighbor hood (with doctors, dentists, and pharmacists as neighbors) but we still live the same, no reason to change lifestyles. We also have enough for retirement but we continue to work. My neighbors don’t believe I work in the fields. I don’t care, it’s not my job to make them believe. To make a long story even longer, my WHOLE point is that you can STILL DO IT EARNING MIN WAGE! You don’t have to go as extreme as we did but you CAN STILL DO SOMETHING TO GAIN WEALTH! People who will NEVER have any wealth will only focus on excuses and come up with ALL kinds of holes and weaknesses in my story. People who WILL generate wealth will see the same story and come away encouraged to do better.
Put computer skills to use on Fiverr. If you know how to do almost anything online, you can sell and market your services on Fiverr.com. While Fiverr’s $5 minimum service charge means you won’t earn a lot at first, you can add additional perks and services once you get a steady flow of clients and a few positive reviews.
Of course, just buying some real estate will not give you all of the above benefits. Different strategies in real estate will give you different benefits. For example, when you “fix and flip houses,” you are most likely not paying off a loan, thus you will not get the benefit of the “loan paydown” nor are you getting cash flow or many tax benefits. Instead, flipping relies mostly on the “forced appreciation” you get by fixing it up.
It is very vital that everybody positions themselves for success by finding a mentor that has been there and done that in the industry that they are in. Most people don’t have a mentor because they either don’t know who to find as their mentor or they don’t know how to approach one.
When you buy this overpriced bullshit product and hosting, this “mr x” makes a commission from every sale. Some of the money go to the hosting company and the rest goes to “mystery man” Ryan Mathews himself.
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.
Perhaps you enjoy writing, managing Facebook pages or doing a little bit of graphic design in your spare time. There are so many freelance jobs out there that require simple skills or just time that someone else might not have.
In it, Tim encourages you not to swing for the fences, practice discipline in trading, and how to take “the meat of the move”. Now I like detailed, concise, and verbose learning materials. As I watched How To Make Millions, I kept looking for concise details and in-depth trading methods/technical analysis to satisfy my usual desire for complete information, and was initially put off when I didn’t find that. However, I am very glad I kept watching, as it turns out that what Tim presents is actually very effective, and the details and verbosity I was looking for (as important as they are) would have short-circuited my trading education.
I started out at age 22 in equity investing. Got my investment funds (IFICS Canada) certification for my own benefit, and now it’s almost ten years later. I’m no millionaire yet, but I’ve also been in university the whole time. I can’t wait to earn a real salary, because how to become a millionaire without winning the lottery what I know now about how to invest, whhooosh! My accounts will grow like gangsbusters:)
“Dan Kennedy can make dreams come true. You’ll get a million dollars worth of value from this book. A must read for entrepreneurs and CEOs.”—Joseph R. Mancuso, founder of Center for Entrepreneurial Management/The Chief Executive Officers Club, author of How to Write a Winning Business Report
So, the first thing I had to do was recognize an incredibly harsh truth. I had to recognize the fact my father was giving me bad advice. He loved me, but that doesn’t mean he was in a position to help me manage my money.
Videos – This could be an entire section on it’s own. Many people have made money by creating YouTube videos. Evan of EvanTube is a kid and he has made millions by creating reviews of products that other kids his age would use. It’s not easy to get views into the millions, but once you do, you’ll start seeing some cash come in. Many bloggers have completely turned to videos to get their point across by starting a video blog.
Good list. Some definitely good examples, if people really want to try. I think “interview other people and sell the interviews” will work the best. Or just build a website and post those interviews. I have managed a few websites where we interviewed people and those get a lot of visits from Google searches. For anyone out there willing to interview people I would recommend it, it will make you money.
Hire great people. One of the biggest way to go from a $60,000 a year income to a multi-million dollar business is by hiring great people. This is why all the large corporations focus on team-building and leadership. It is the only way to have a great team is to be a great leader.
Try http://www.cosmictopia.com you can earn money by inviting people other people to join and the commission is recurring so once you have created an invite list you will always earn from them everytime they spend -Pretty cool
But what is great about this is car is the fact that it doesn’t need any fuel – it is an electrical car, which means you can save your money and you may feel proud that you don’t harm the environment. There is all this fever about the global warming, right?
If you’ve visited Amazon, you have seen products sold by third-parties with the comment “ships from Amazon.” These are sellers who send their products to Amazon fulfillment facilities, then Amazon lists the item and ships it when a buyer is found.
The big thing to remember when starting your own business is to make sure that you’re providing value and solving a problem. There’s a lot of money to be made if you can solve a problem for people. You can also do it on nights and weekends, when you’re not in school.