6 Ways To Become A Millionaire In One Year


    Wizzed report – We have all dreamed about what life would be like if money was no object. The thought of donating to your favourite charity while sitting on a beach in the tropics sounds incredible.

    Unfortunately, most of us may strive to become a millionaire but never actually quite get there. In fact, there is a common saying that states the first million is the hardest to earn.

    What if I told you that is no longer the case and you can actually become a millionaire within a year?

    Just follow these 6 pieces of sage advice and watch your life transform right before your eyes.

    1. Think Like a Millionaire

    This is by far the biggest and possibly the most challenging hurdle to becoming a millionaire. If you have never been wealthy before then how in the world do you know what a millionaire thinks like?

    Similarly, how in the world do you think like a wealthy person when the debt collectors are knocking on your door?

    I didn’t say it was going to be easy but here are a few things to help you get in the right mindset.

    • Read books and follow affluent people such as Sir Richard Branson, Mark Cuban, Will Smith and anyone else that will give insight into the wealthy mindset.
    • Stay positive and show gratitude. Instead of looking at your electricity bill with contempt and negativity, show gratitude for being able to enjoy the perks of having electricity. This shift in the way you look at bills will go a long way in preparing you to be wealthy.
    • Visualize the future. Practice visualization techniques where you can actually feel what it is like to live the wealthy lifestyle.
    • Give this money manifesting game a chance. Follow the rules of this game found here and experience what it is like to have millions of dollars.

    There are many other things you can do to help get yourself in the right mindset but it is key to fully commit to this endeavour. Taking becoming a millionaire seriously and go after it with all of your passion and persistence.

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