Have you ever dreamed about what it would be like to be a millionaire? Well stop dreaming and start doing.
Today 8.5% of American households are millionaires. That’s up from 3.5% in 1996 according to “The Millionaire Next Door” by Thomas Stanley and William Danko. However according to bankrate.com, 76% of people are living paycheck to paycheck and many have virtually nothing in savings. Answer Two Questions: 1) Which group are you in? 2) Which group will you be in 10, 20, or 30 years from today? The millionaire group or the paycheck to paycheck group? If you can’t definitively answer “Yes” to question #2, then it’s time to make a financial change.
With the right knowledge, financial plan, hard work and discipline, you can become a millionaire. Yes. Believe it. You can be financially free. You can be wealthy.
There are two primary views of wealth in America today. 1) I will never be wealthy and 2) wealth is wrong, bad or even evil. Both of these views of wealth are wrong. While some wealthy people are not people any of us would want to be, most wealthy people work extremely hard to build their wealth, and most of them are extremely generous in sharing that wealth. After all, wealthy people can help more people in need than poor people.
In the end, it’s your choice on whether or not you become a millionaire and become wealthy. I’m just here to tell you you can do it, show you how, and inspire you along the way.