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Jacka87 wrote: »
Oh just a thought, anybody wanting to accept the millionaires challenge may wish to read "Think & grow Rich" I have unfortunatly never read the full book, as I just get so far through and end up getting distracted with busy life. However it gives a guide on the principles of succeeding in becoming rich or achieving big goals.
MikeR71 wrote: »
I have read this book, by Napoleon Hill. To me it's a little bit too much in the dream fantasy world. The main advice seems to be to think about money, and imagine how much you want and tell yourself this every night. This will motivate you to go after it.
I can tell you for a fact, that I have been dreaming of being a millionaire every day for many years and am still no closer to doing anything about it!
rictus123 wrote: »
Well iv had some financial lessons already. Although I turn 20 soon and have a debt free date of march 2012 along with saving 10k in that time. Then its onwards and upwards. I don't think il shoot for million straight away, i could get there on my 50th birthday, I would just have to work out what to put away every year for 30 years. A million won't be that much when I'm 50 but itl still be an amount some and most people will never get near. I'm putting away 450 or so a month into long term savings...eventually I can see me using it to buy a buy to let hopefully no t long after I turn 30. What would u guys do if use wete just 20 to get rich?
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