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How to Do the Millionaire Math

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If you’ve made the decision to become wealthy, at some point you either have or will need to do the math. What will it take to get there? I want to suggest we base the math around you owning your potential rather than just being a millionaire. Why? Because millionaire IS the new middle class. I am willing to wager that if you lived life the way you want to live it, you will need more than a million dollars. I want to teach you the same thing I teach my clients: How to do the math.

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