Hey Neil! Great post, and so approachable/doable too! I had the opportunity to go to some awesome events- actually one where you would soon be speaking, as a matter of fact! Lack of confidence held me back if I’m honest, which is weird as I know many successful people and am seen as successful myself. I have a list of people who agreed to be to interviewed/collaborate but I stupidly held back! A credibility thing I think- I was told by a media expert (paraphrased)-‘why would they give you https://youtu.be/uuwWWjFUXsQ time of day’. What would you advise around feeling intimidated and how to overcome it? And how to structire an interview- what to ask!
I think too often we look at a big number and then think it’s so big we’ll never get there. I think if people would set goals and then create a financial bridge to get there that we would have more millionaires walking around.
Thanks for the kind words, Duby. Changing IP may work here and there, but most companies will catch up. Besides, I personally don’t think it’s right to do that. After all, the companies who spend money to conduct the surveys are trying to get feedback from people in certain places, so if I live somewhere else outside of their targeted area, my feedback isn’t going to help them. In fact it will dilute the feedback from actual targeted residents.
5. The President of the Bank of International Settlement, admitted to the bar despite not ever holding a legal degree, was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for his volunteer war service, shot himself to death (many studies have connected insanity with success – how come no one recommends that path?!?). Alas, 120 GWII veterans kill themselves every week. Other ways soldiers self-destruct include depression, isolation, and chronic anger.
Through all of this experience he has developed a number of unique insights of his own, including some powerful reasons why traditional goal setting processes seem to fail for so many people both in their businesses and their lives.
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A little frugality and elbow grease goes a long ways. I feel like most self-made millionaires are the hardest workers in the world. They understand the value of their earned dollar and protect its value.
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In the “My Millionaire Mentor” video I saw, there is an endless stream of luxury cars, mansions, yachts, planes, beautiful women, diamonds, cash, and exotic vacations. It is as if Mr. Matthews is rubbing our nose in all the trappings of wealth. He’s trying to make us feel greedy.
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So if your self-imposed deadline for achieving $1 million (or any financial goal) is tight, instead of banking on optimistic returns, you’re better off trying to boost your savings as much as possible. Then invest in a balanced mix of 50% stocks and 50% bonds that can be expected to beat inflation by a modest two or three percentage points a year.