Fair enough -- I love the financial samurai btw :)
Alright, enough derailing.
I don't make a million bucks yet but I've made six figures so I can't exactly answer this question, yet.
I think the scale idea makes a lot of sense though. Doing what you are successfully en masse will bring riches.
Not to derail, but where is that true? Even in San Francisco, $64,177 to $192,530 is considered middle-class. It's kind of hard to believe $308k more than the top-end of middle class is 'slightly-above'.
Hmm...I’m not so sure about cold emails these days. I think having a website with a lead magnet, blog post etc would be better to warm up the prospect.
Different channel but I’ve secured some sponsors for web properties I have via LinkedIn cold messages. I’d say the ratio is around 20 to 1 - 3
I've read it. I read it at 19 and bought a house at 21. Not that it made me rich, I just grew up very quickly. I found it really useful. It might be a 'slowlaner' book but being in the slowlane is better than the sidewalk. Where I'm from in the US, most people are sidewalking it up and...
I'm pretty much echoing what was already said but saving 3k/mo and paying cash seems insane. Take the debt and be smart about it. The market could crash and you could lose your a$$ but I'd take the debt and buy the place, rent it out and use the difference between mortgage and rent to invest...
I currently work full-time as a Network Engineer and have begun to pickup some side work (usually for an hourly rate). The work that I do is often technical configuration of network devices (routers, switches, etc). I'm usually able to do this work remotely.
I've had an LLC for...