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Steve Harvey - How to Make a Million Dollars [video]

TonyStark

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So I know the math in the video is a little wrong, I think he just wasn't clear enough....

TL;DW:

Take what you can do for $10, and do that 10 times.

Take that $100, and do what you did to get that $100, ten times.

Take that $1000, and do what you did to get $1000, ten times.

Then exponentiate that effort into a fast lane system. :smile:

Stop focusing on making big dollars, and instead ask yourself (and do), "What can I do that will make me $10?"

Keep going until content.

"There is joy in the process."

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vC_44E2N4OY&t=172s
 

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@Andy Black has a great quote by Mother Theresa 'Never worry about the numbers. Help one person at a time, and always start with the person nearest to you.'

Probably what this guy is trying to say in financial terms. We can forgive him though. Being American, English is not his first language. :smile2:

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A little bit simplified but I like the idea behind which is break down the process into small achievable goals.

thanks for the video :)
 

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(Meat and potato pie launched 100,000 feet into space)
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The 10x10 theory is a good theory for people who have a hard time imagining it.
@MisterBHZ also posted a video on Tai Lopez who explains his goal idea which is very similar.
Summarized you take $100 ---> $100k a year
Then $100k yr ---> $100k a month

And nothing says you cant break these down into smaller sections

Get to Baking! :)
 

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