Find Your Direction

What I hear most from Young Adults and Students everywhere is “I don’t know what to do,” meaning “I don’t know what Direction (career, job, path) to choose for my life, what’s right for me.” Here’s how you can discover what path to take in your life that is right for you, and why it cannot fail you.

Your path must come from within you. It must be yours and yours alone, and not one that someone chooses for you.


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4 Years to Your First Million Dollars!

Could be 3. Could be 5. Does it really matter? 4 Years is a reasonable amount of time to go from the Decision to be a Millionaire, to making your First Million Dollars.

Remember Why this is important enough to even bother. You are a unique individual with the complete package: personality and youth, gifts and talents, interests and passions, ready to live a life that blesses others and makes this world a better place by making your unique contribution to it. And being a Millionaire is more about the freedom to live life on your terms rather than living it by someone else’s.
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It’s more about Freedom than money

Looking back over the past couple years at the reactions I’ve gotten over starting, writing and promoting The Student Millionaire from people is interesting to say the least.

One of the first reactions I got from a friend about teaching Young Adults to become Millionaires was “Not in this economy!” He didn’t understand that it neither depends on nor has anything to do with the economy.
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Think for Yourself

If you think about it, we are the product of our parents, our upbringing, our friends, our church, our neighborhood, our schools, our family, and our environment. Taken together, all these elements shape our thoughts, our way of thinking, our expectations, and help make us what we become.

We are expected to go to school, get a job and do all the things society expects of us: get married, raise a family, and essentially exchange our lives for a paycheck. And anyone who deviates from this expected norm is considered an oddball.
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