4 Quick And Easy Tips That Will Make You A Millionaire Fast

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Everyone wants to be a millionaire. Wouldn’t it be great if you could do it quick and easy?

Well it’s not. But why are people attracted to things like the title of this post? Once you get past looking at these types of articles you can move onto actually becoming financially free.

Nothing in life is easy. It takes hard work whether physically or mentally. You have to be prepared to recognize opportunities and seize them. Nothing helps that better than hard work.

Read, listen, and watch as much as you can about successful people. Learn from their mistakes and from their successes. Work what they have done into your own life

Here are real tips that will turn you into a millionaire….over time or at least make you better in life.

Be different

Don’t just do what everyone else does because then you’re not you. Still learn from others but add your own twist to it.

Persist

Like I said before, getting rich isn’t easy. So if you don’t want to work hard you will never be financially well off. It’s just not in your cards.

On that note, there will be times that you run into walls. When that happens you need to run through it. If you don’t stick through those hard times you shouldn’t even be trying because you will just be wasting your time. Just go back to your regular life until you’re motivated enough to want what’s on the other side of that wall. Success is filled with a lot of ups and downs so you need to be able to stick out those down times

Think Positive

If you don’t support yourself no one else is going to. You have to believe in yourself. You are going to be trying new things so always believe that you can do it.

Do you know why?

Because you can do it. There is no difference between you and Bill Gates other than that he seized on opportunities because he believed he could.

Have no fear

Remember “The only thing we have to fear……is fear itself”. If you truly believe that, then you can conquer fear.

I was scared to start this blog because I didn’t know what people would think or if anyone would even read it. And it really took me a while to get it started, but you know what? If I kept focusing on the fear I would have never started. Instead, I focused on “can you imagine how many people could end up reading what I write and have their lives touched?”.

I turned that fear into motivation.

If you do all of these things you will be successful. Being successful takes a lot of character, so when you do become successful don’t forget those that were there for you along the way. And always give back to those that don’t have the same opportunities that you had.

So, enjoy your success and be happy to know that your hard work has made you that way instead of spending a bunch of money on get rich quick schemes that never amounted to anything.

What do you think?

photo credit: Simon Davison

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Jason @ Redeeming Riches

I think some folks are fearful of success too. Why? Because of the unknown – what if I become too busy, what if I can’t keep up, what if I dont’ have the right systems.

Good post – persistency is a great reminder!

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Nick

I think being positive and persistance are great ways to prosper. I work in a fairly competitive industry and have seen a lot of folks come and go.

The ones who seem to stick around and make the most money aren’t necessarily the ones who are “the best” at the “work,” but the good ones who have personalities and who people actually want to be around.

Good motivational post.

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Kevin

Thanks! Loving what you do will help to drive you to do better which will result in more money. Doing what you love should be the first priority and then the money will follow.

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Ryan

I mean for this comment to be respectful – Prior to posting this, did you think to yourself that you are posting un-original crap.

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Kevin

I appreciate the constructive criticism and I apologize that you didn’t get anything out of this post. Perhaps a future post might work for you.

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Ariella (Dr. Brown)

This reminds me of the children’s book Be a Perfect Person in Just Three Days by Stephen Manes. It’s worth reading — even if you don’t have a kid at home.

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Kevin

I’ll have to check it out. Thanks

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Financial Samurai

Hi Kevin – How do you know these are the correct tips? Perhaps this is what we think is right, but really aren’t sure?

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Maggie@SquarePennies

You and I have a similar way of looking at blogging. I had a real desire to help when the economy started going down the tubes. I kept thinking of people who would be under the stress of trying to make ends meet. I’ve learned a lot about saving money yet having a rich life in 64 years. So I decided to reach out to those who might benefit from that experience. I have never lost the passion to help. I never get blogger burnout because there are so many things to share. I hope that I will have helped people with all of this. That is my success. I may never know how many people were able to deal with their financial situations better because of my blog, but just knowing I did what I could makes me happy.

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Nunzio Bruno

My favorite of those tips was thinking positive. I really believe that your attitude is one of the biggest drivers of success – regardless of tough times or not. I think trying to be positive also allows you to approach obstacles a little more critically and even creatively. Even when I’m lecturing about financial statements I’m always encouraging students to not let the financials stress them out and that there is always a way to make a situation better, easier, or more profitable that can benefit everyone.

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KC @ genxfinance

Great tips. I believe a lot of millionaires reach that position because of these values. They never stopped believing, they persisted, and they took risks.

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