Why You need a $1M in your life.

I love owing people money. I get to not buy what I want so I can give the money to the rich people that own my credit cards every month. Nobody ever says that. Yet, every month that’s what we do. Remember those sunglasses you saw last week? Why didn’t you get them? Don’t lie. You told yourself that you had to “take care of a couple things first” and then you’ll “come back and get them”. Fuck that. Really, you’ve been trying to ‘take care of a couple things’ for years now. When are you going to take care of it?

Guys, it’s time to stop lying to ourselves about the life we want. It’s time to stop telling ourselves that it’s normal to have ‘a couple bills’. Yes, it’s normal. But you know what else is normal? Normal is 62% of Americans have less than $1,000 in their savings accounts.  According to a survey of more than 5,000 adults conducted by Google Consumer Survey (2015) for personal finance website GOBankingRates.com, most Americans, can’t afford a $1000 problem. 

I won’t bash you because that may be your current situation. And that’s why you’re here. But it is no longer an excuse. Other people’s definition of normal is not yours. You need to figure out how you want I live and get excited about finally making that happen this year. 

Before we can get rich, we have to get excited.  We have to figure out what gets us excited. What gets us out of bed. People don’t buy a drill to get a drill. They buy a drill to get a hole. Same thing for you. You won’t make a Million Dollars to have a Million Dollars, you will make a million dollars to have something important in your life. 

Tonight, before you go to bed, think about what you want to have, what you want to do, and what you want to be within the next year. Tomorrow I will show you exactly how to train your mind to get it. 

— Q. 

Please share this with people you know are trying to get it with you. And Join the official Millennials to Millionaires FaceBook group.


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