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Created by raza49712, 361 days ago, 858 views

I want to become rich.
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kidcrowd361 days ago

Have a rich father.

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Aravi361 days ago

Hi @raza49712

1) born rich

2) get married to rich life partner

3) Work hard and safe the money for longer time

4) Save amount by buying multipurpose gadget and adjust to it in life.

5) Avoid grant party expenditures.

So either you should be lucky in life or you should be good money saver with money making knowledge.

Regards,

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vickyph84361 days ago

check this out http://vickyph84.theconversionpros.com/sl/ONEK/

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Meow360 days ago

500.000 best answers could make it

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verden360 days ago

Believe that you are doing it! Invest a couple of bucks in a little tiny paperback booklet (at any major bookstore) called: "It Works" Then spend a few minutes reading it, and follow the instructions daily. if you DO it, IT will WORK! Most people don't do it because it sounds too simple and they don't believe it will work. Simply summarized, it gives you a practical plan to live out the SIMPLE FACT that THOUGHTS BECOME THINGS! Lots of people have made millions selling their version of courses to people, all just repackaged ways of convincing people that their thoughts really do become things! And very few people actually succeed at it, because they simply do not believe it. But I can tell you from experience that it is indeed FACT. Thoughts have energy and cause changes in every aspect of life. Need more? Read a little bigger booklet by James Allen - "As A Man Thinketh." Another simple example of the same teaching. If you really want something enough to think about it enough, you will have it! The thought-results process cannot fail. So be very careful what you continually think about! --- Because it WILL definitely appear in your life, and much sooner than you would expect! You have nothing to lose by using your mind to THINK! Just try it, and keep it up. It DOES work!

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igor359 days ago

Steal a Million.

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gegefit359 days ago

O senso comum nos diz que acumular dinheiro é algo que leva tempo, é por isso que as pessoas conseguem construir um império financeiro quando já estão em uma fase mais madura da vida. No entanto, mesmo que isso se aplique a uma boa parte dos casos, existe quem consiga se tornar um milionário antes dos 25 anos de idade! Mas qual será a sensação que essa conquista proporciona? Como é viver sendo tão jovem e com tanto dinheiro? Como isso é capaz de afetar o cotidiano?

Um levantamento intitulado “Qual é a sensação de ser um milionário antes dos 25 anos de idade?”, da Quora, conversou com diversos jovens milionários, convidando-os para dividir essa experiência. De forma anônima, eles contaram como o dinheiro influencia na vida que levam de diversas formas, e você vai conferir a seguir os principais resultados que apareceram!

Na escola/universidade

Um dos jovens relatou que alguns professores descobriram que ele era milionário e isso mudou o tratamento. Ele podia atrasar entregas de projetos e os professores pareciam não se importar, enquanto os colegas precisavam seguir rigorosamente os prazos. Esse milionário disse que reconhecia que essa postura não era justa com os demais, mas que acabava beneficiando-o. Além disso, ele também contou que os professores perguntavam como ele tinha começado a construir essa fortuna e se teriam chance de fazer o mesmo e obter esse sucesso.

No banco

Ir ao banco pode não ser algo tão normal para quem é um milionário com menos de 25 anos! Uma das experiências compartilhadas durante o levantamento foi justamente sobre isso. O jovem disse que precisa passar por um verdadeiro interrogatório! Os bancários o questionam sobre o que faz, como começou e outros aspectos que podem gerar algum desconforto.

Gastando o dinheiro

Quem vem de família mais humilde aprende a economizar muito desde cedo e esse pensamento permanece, mesmo depois que a pessoa se torna milionária. Um jovem contou que passa por isso e mesmo sabendo que hoje ele pode gastar mais do que antes, sempre se surpreende evitando fazê-lo. Ele contou a experiência de quando reservou um hotel luxuoso e caro, que podia pagar, mas relutou para utilizar o mini-bar.

Jornada solitária

Você não tem 25 anos e já conquistou (materialmente falando) aquilo que a maioria das pessoas leva uma vida toda para conquistar ou nem mesmo consegue. Então o que fazer? Isso pode gerar um grande vazio e uma sensação de solidão. É preciso encontrar outros projetos que preencham a vida.

A felicidade não depende do dinheiro

Essa é uma das conclusões à qual um jovem milionário chega: eu poderia ser muito feliz, mesmo sendo pobre. E por que isso acontece? Porque a pessoa percebe que aquilo que lhe traz prazer e satisfação é simples e independe do dinheiro que se tem. Um dos jovens relata que suas grandes conquistas foram aprender a fotografar profissionalmente, dançar salsa, falar italiano e cozinhar comida tailandesa, e tudo isso ele teria conseguido mesmo que trabalhando por um salário modesto.

Os amigos aparecem

Ser jovem e milionário é quase um sinônimo de viver rodeado de amigos que lhe tratam bem! Mas será que são verdadeiros amigos? A dica desses jovens milionários é jamais se esquecer das pessoas que estavam ao seu lado quando você tinha uma vida modesta, daqueles que estiveram com você nas dificuldades e que lhe ajudaram a chegar onde está atualmente. Esses são os verdadeiros amigos.

Adaptação

Tendo muito dinheiro, é natural que esses jovens subam os seus padrões de vida. Comecem a voar de primeira classe, frequentar lugares mais elitizados, comprar coisas mais caras e se acostumam com tudo isso. Em pouco tempo, não é mais qualquer coisa que os deixam satisfeitos e aquilo que pode ser grandioso para outras pessoas, para eles, não é bom o suficiente. Isso é perigoso, especialmente se, por alguma razão, esses jovens precisam retomar o padrão mais humilde que viviam antes. Pode gerar uma grande frustração, o que com certeza não é nenhum pouco saudável para esses milionários precoces!

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Rasofficial355 days ago

so make your plan to the way you can Income more ?
make you plan ,work hard & you will

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voineaadi355 days ago

@vickyph84
That must be real. It's on the internet, so it must be true!

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msrosy352 days ago

Work alot or work hard long hours and invest as much as possible elinimate debt Spend wisely

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jerry45351 days ago

Research past and current trends.The biggest thing is that you keep records of paying taxes on all services rendered. Also make sure that you consult with a pro, especially tjose accountants, business management fields, and those who have been in business a long time,don't thinl you can do this tyourself.
@raza49712

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charlielan351 days ago

Play "Who wants to be a millionaire".

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Razsaheel351 days ago

It is difficult. But not much. First study the life history of all the Millionaires; and get inspired. Then think like them, and you will start working like them. One day you may achieve your goal if not soon.

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Traummacher351 days ago

earn 999,999 dollars. Then ask on the the street for a buck. Seriously now, I've heard, "flipping" houses. You do need to put in alot of work. After. however it then goes as you hire people. I'm just too lazy anymore

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Danyil338 days ago

How to become a millionaire in 7 easy (hah!) steps
By Laura Bruce • Bankrate.com

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The road to wealth is not paved with infomercials. Those wee-hour TV staples would have you believe that you'll become rich by buying -- for no money down -- distressed property and selling it for millions.

Unfortunately, the only thing you're likely to get from watching those infomercials is dark circles under your eyes from lack of sleep. If you actually go to the seminar or buy the tapes, you'll probably just have more debt.

7 steps to becoming a millionaire:
Develop a written financial plan
Save, save, save
Live below your means
Lay off the credit
Make your money work for you
Start your own business
Get professional advice
The truth is, unless you're lucky enough to receive a sizable inheritance, you'll need to navigate your own route to prosperity. But while Bill Gates-style megawealth may be elusive, becoming a millionaire is definitely within reach of those who start young and develop the right habits. And anyone, at any age, can develop the traits that increase wealth and decrease debt.

"You can have money or you can have stuff, but seldom do you have both early in life," says Jason Flurry, a CFP professional and president of Legacy Partners Financial Group in Woodstock, Georgia.

"Part of our culture is, 'Fake it until you make it.' Debt holds people back. They buy liabilities and they make those payments forever. Spend less than you make, live a modest lifestyle and don't live up to every raise. Some people have spent their prosperity for the next 10 years and they've done it on credit."

It's a matter of choices
Flurry isn't suggesting you decorate your home in plastic lawn furniture, forgo cable TV and dine on macaroni and cheese every night. But do you really need to buy a car that's so expensive that you must stretch the payments out 5 or more years? Do you have to have that 50-inch ultrahigh-definition TV right now?

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Many people who choose wealth over "stuff" wouldn't consider spending money on the "latest and greatest" because they know their money can be put to better use elsewhere. Buying a "liability" would probably cause them stress because they'd rather buy an asset -- something that will appreciate over time and give them a return on their investment.

Flurry says he has a hard time getting some of his older clients to spend their money.

"They've been savers all their lives and the thought of spending $5,000 or $10,000 on a vacation is ridiculous; it doesn't matter that they're worth $3 million. They're really the last Depression generation and it's burned in their memory that they need to squirrel away money."

Paring it all down, we've come up with 7 steps to becoming wealthy. Remember, wealth is relative, it doesn't necessarily mean "millionaire." The goal for many people is financial independence, says Stewart Welch of The Welch Group in Birmingham, Alabama.

"That's the point in time when your cash flow from investments is equal to or greater than your income from work. Look at the statistics: 95% of the population never achieves financial independence. For 65% of retirees, Social Security is their largest source of retirement income."

The No. 1 reason people don't achieve financial independence, says Welch, is they don't have a written financial plan. That is step 1 on the path toward financial freedom.

1. Develop a written financial plan
Saying you want to be wealthy isn't good enough. You need to come up with a workable plan and put it on paper.

"The written plan forces you to do something," Welch says. "Calculate what you need to earn and how to invest. The plan isn't just the goal, it's the whole thing -- the dream, the goals, the options. The options are scenario planning -- all the ways you can accomplish that goal -- open a Roth IRA, contribute to a 401(k).

2. Save, save, save
The end result of your financial plan should be systematic investment. Get in the habit of saving money. Build an emergency fund in a money market account so you don't have to raid the rest of your savings and investments when there's an unexpected major expense. Make it a point to save at least half of every pay raise.

3. Live below your means
Don't be a walking billboard for overpriced designer clothes, shoes, sunglasses or jewelry. Don't allow your house or car payments to be budget-busters.

4. Lay off the credit
Some people say that if you can eat it or wear it, don't put it on your credit card. That's good advice, but take it further. Try not putting anything on your cards that you can't pay off in 2 or 3 months. You need only 1 or 2 credit cards. If you have a fistful, pay them off. Remember, debt holds you back.

"It reduces cash flow for other things, including investing," says Welch. "If no one gave you money to borrow, you'd be better off and the economy would be smaller. If they only let you borrow 75% of the value of your home, you'd be a heck of a lot better off."

5. Make your money work for you
It takes money to make money, but that doesn't mean you need a lot to invest. Open an account with a mutual fund company that has no-load funds and low expense ratios. Build a diverse portfolio and you can reasonably expect to earn 8% to 10% annually on your investments over the long haul.

6. Start your own business
In the 1996 book "The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America's Wealthy," the authors state that two-thirds of the millionaires are self-employed, with 75% of them entrepreneurs, and the remainder professionals, such as doctors and accountants.

Forget inheriting a pot of money; entrepreneurs create most of the wealth in the country. Most millionaires in the making, 8 out of 10, earned or increased their assets on their own, a 2015 survey by Fidelity Investments found. That's true for millionaires and millionaires 10-times over, as well.

7. Get professional advice
A good financial planner can help you fill your portfolio with the right investments and dump the wrong ones. You don't need to relinquish control, but you do need to form a good working relationship with someone who has expertise in this complicated area.

Not quite half of the individuals with $250,000 of investable assets surveyed by Fidelity in 2015 work with a financial adviser. But 71% of those with deca-millionaire-status have a financial adviser.

Maybe finding the right adviser could tip the scales toward 7 figures. If you can't afford to have a financial planner manage your money, many of them will review your portfolio and make recommendations for a one-time fee.

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charlielan337 days ago

Be Donald Trump

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thaison2001337 days ago

Build a business model automatically

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SelenaGomez337 days ago

Get a millionare's Luck

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willie334 days ago

GOOD LUCK .... start singing :-)))

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toribio333 days ago

get a cardboard.. a pencil. write " I am a millionaire" on the cardboard... hang the cardboard to your neck.. get a camera, capture yourself with the cardboard.. post in social media.. boom! you are a millionaire!

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sa332 days ago

work, learn, work, learn, anytimes, sometimes sleep a little, and if you married have a deal, don't have childrens......

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nuklin329 days ago

@raza49712

To be rich you must plan to be rich and play "who wants to be a millionaire" : To be an investor, an inventor or to save and buy an estate with mineral deposits.



It starts with a roadmap to greatness from where you are right now.



Use the SWOT Analysis:



S: STRENGTHS,
What do you like doing; reading (learn how to write fiction, life experience, work experience and sell e-books on payhip, kobo etc), tech (become a virtual assistant) etc.




W: WEAKNESSES,
What don’t you like doing; fighting, quarreling, football. Avoid these things cos you must not do everything to be rich.




O: OPPORTUNITIES,
Look around you for writing jobs or tech jobs and start saving from your earnings.




T: THREATS,
What are your fears, no computer system, no internet facilities, virus attack etc. eliminate your fears by getting all you need to start.



Also, to be rich, you must be a constant learner, you must be patient and you should aim at solving peoples’ problems that way you can charge a premium for your services.



Learn a trending skill and become a consultant or a trainer while you engage in other trades.



Finally, Engage in tournaments, contests, join groups like innocentive, international award winning solution innovations from Governments, independent sponsors etc. Goodluck!

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