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You Can Become a Millionaire WITHOUT Inheriting Money! (Hour 3)

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What is your grams? Usually luxuries. Would armored car relish rodeos debts that day, Ramsay show that is dumb cages. King paid off a mortgage probably means everyday millionaire. This is an everyday millionaire theme. Our we're gonna say calls only from people who ever now worth of a million dollars or writer, personality number one by selling author of the book every day, millionaires Chris Open, joins me to talk to these folks shook. When I'm not here to alter the intro? Absolutely redo, so you say
when that is done, can observe absolute. You like your home intro. There is no way I'm touch in that it was this good grounds, iconic statement and I'm not allowed? So what do you say we as we I am here and no, I actually have bone until you ve got your oh. I have my own and I tell them. I used to say that I'm fill in the end for the big man in the big chair, but now I tell people. So the day room to show I'm Krassotkin filling in four days, and I move on that's better than big and beg. Why I thank you for that. Irish, yes, even talk to my. Why do not automatically, albeit not at all megaphone, my much AGA chip, cookies that's? What I'm gonna take calls from those of you that I have a million dollar net worth or greater, because we want to learn how real millionaires became, that and a net worth is defined. Chris, as taking what you own, minus. What you owe and its real, simple and
She walked through that. You look at it and again what you own. That's your head, cars, your vehicles, your bank account you for one case, world rubies, subject out anything you o on and it number is a million dollars. More congratulation. Join everyday millionaire took a car another hour before you got in here from a guy worth one point: seven million, should it worked a lot of sixty hour weeks and he was trying to get like emotionally comfortable with blowing fifteen thousand dollars out of a million seven on understood, nothing. I'm a man just luxury item right, but it's hard to do that. It's hard once you ve,
what you ve lived like no one else. So later you can live and give like. No one also publish hard, let go, and so this one thinks he's gas that that started with nothing suffer from now. If you actually inherited your money, that's fine! We want to hear from you. I don't care, how you got the millionaire, maybe with the lottery. Maybe you took a company public or something or something like that. We don't get many of those, but I would love to talk to you. We have talked to a few handful that inherited it, but you know that in an in every case they honoured their parents as to how they did it in order to be able to handle too and so they were second Jen money in most cases, but that this mythology that everyone inherits their money. We have found to be not only with our research, but just on this million everyday millionaire, our we just found it to be a complete and utter lie. It really is Dave and I think it's easy,
people tend to look at some one that has worked hard overtime and built wealth to just rationalize and say well, they must have just headed handed to them, because then you, can't say will no one's given it to me, and so we d bunk that met. We did the law. To study? That's ever been done. We talked over ten thousand millionaires all across the country, and it's just not true, Sir Ninety percent of the millionaires didn't inherit a dime, nothing and what that means. Erika is that you have an opportunity to be able to build wealth yourself, and we have to stop me.
Excuses and really get work. You know, I think, that's what people get mad about this message and give you and us much hate me along. It is if it is true that ninety percent- seventy nine got nothing in ninety percent- did not get enough right to become a millionaire; in other words, they became millionaires on their own, starting from nothing. Basically, if that is true, then that means, if you haven't done, that it's your fault there, and that makes people mad, because you dont like them like to be told it's my fault that I haven't one and so the its healthy, though to be told that in those it makes you choose change! It gives you a chance to change what you're doing a win. You know and that's the beauty of this aren't must start where Russell rustles in Florida, Russia. What is your net worth? One point, six good for you well done and break that down for me. What's the mix, you're about nine hundred in cash, but getting to buy a new house on to fit the mutual funds
one twenty and twenty in is fifty Twenty nine and sixteen are current house, which he paid I'll, wait: a cow, actual alloy, I'm thirty, four and thirty five, this, your goodness, So how much of this did you inherit known, gee? I handed a good work after my mother. The about it so I want has been your incomes. Are you ve, killed it by thirty four I'm a little bit out on the edge there, because I actually for the company refilling. Ok, so you built a company had sounded is where they came from correct occur. How glad I my way way before than my goal was to be no inner status by forty five be wiped out. Ok. So what has been you're range of come in your working lifetime, men who have become forty when I first got a college in two hundred and two hundred, ok, so that you building accompany dont want supper
Ok, I'm not running early thought of technology companies, ok and then you shoulda for obviously make a million plus dollars. Yes, ok, why? Man? Congratulations! So what's the next adventure that the question so giving this parliament expect the greater part of the deal phone companies like to work a little bit on forget because it out. I want that traveling, getting that's my plan for me, my family! Everything had a daughter this year. So let's find how can I get freely watcher degree in suffering, Junior, give information system, pops up and you're JP three point: nine good for you! Yet Russell did have you ever worked with an investment professional. I have met some, but I always say my second life. I would have been a c o an accountant. I love numbers and so I have been doing it myself:
calculating how that I'm at this point that it might have on tackling efforts seeking to me job you mention you and your family, be giving his folk the focus. What are you all? Do you give now so faithfully the family and friends. Now I'm so. Basically, we gonna couple cars away stuff like that and when we have, if we get it, Why did you buy the cars to give away, or did you give them the money to lie get a new car and they were in a place where they needed a car. Swedish gave a top hat is fantastic. Journey and you ve been an entrepreneur, obviously, for while what was your biggest financial stake you made on this journey I would be not going to a state school. I went to a private school, has very expensive and went to a state school. I save me a lot of money, so how much do you estimate you overpaid for your degree, I'll, probably double when it should have paid,
does he does no numbers. This is great. This amazing now suffocation You come home from travel You got a million snakes and your thirty five thirty six years old. At that point things you're coming down when you think you're next careers. That is a good question I don't know yet said I want to spend some time to relax. Running a business. Years to get here. I this business been listen funny to Tom to relax, poor, even able even burning lot hours. I mean yes, I would say hard work. Thing I had that I was lucky. I found a good mentor and he's kind of gave me guidance and he was actually two partner in a business that we sold Thank you very general grateful to have as a good mentor allotted to congratulate international, very proud of you. Man regulations, millions
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number one by showing offered Russia in drawing me this hour. On the neighbouring, she shall each and every day, millionaire theme our. We talk to real millionaires, not your brother, in law, with an opinion not some more. The more the political axe to grind where there are trying to a class warfare. But what are the facts? statistics about where money really comes from an who really is a millionaire Michael, a real millionaire in Texas. Michael. What does your net worth? One point: three did good for you That down for me, how's that allocated eight hundred and funds, including early retirement, for one case for fifty in the house
if the legal understood either ensure wines and how are you, thirty, nine, young ones here, and so I, how much of this one point three did you inherent? where did ten thousand dollars in two thousand and ten you're, not a millionaire because of inherited money mathematically. We know that so what when the range of your income in your working lifetime
We four thousand dollars right out the college as a second lieutenant in just under two hundred this year and average sixty one thousand year. I've come up to what do you do for living and law enforcement, but you were military before that. Yes, for how long five years, ok, thanks for your service, you're welcome, show show your obviously on up the ranks in law enforcement and or your wife makes great money, which is it. I've moved up the ranks Nokia good, for you show your degree and criminal justice, bachelors and criminal Justice Minister, National Skirt, gotcha, our masters, Erika Mann, understanding, open
and your GPA during those times three point: nine coup. No, while ok we'll have you ever worked with an investment professional before Michael. No, I haven't ok and do you as a family to you all, do any giving? Yes, we get to our. Several local authorities, church and charities are fantastic. Looking back in your journey obsolete through law enforcement and in them Terry. What would you say as your biggest financial mistake that you made new cars? Ah, how many did you buy I think, for I haven't bought one. I found a bald guy if I had known that back then that would help me out a lot lot quicker. Yes, it is good to good knowledge
Well, congratulations! So what advice you have to the younger version you you're talking to younger police officers, younger folks and law enforcement. There are fifty years behind you? What are you telling them to do it if you never get control with your money. You never have to get back in the control of this stay. The course the telephone first show are you guys. Tv people are book, people you read or watch TV, Udo, abundant family with five children's or right now I dont really do a lot
either accept that Europe wide Eyed Young did he's gonna get together, whether I'm I'm I'm ok. What's the last Non Ramsay bookie Red extreme ownership by dark, allowing jargon he's been around here a couple times into an ipod, guess, he's a character, that's a good book to its worth its worth. He read very good good. Good stuff. I man, congratulations were proud of you very, very, very well done good stuff and again thanks for your service Doesn't Ohio Chris, what you're not worth I do have my net worth is about one point: nine million ok perfect and give me a break down on that as an alligator it's about? One point: three and retirement and qualified accounts, mostly mutual funds, about a hundred thousand and see these and savings. Three energy
de in our house, and not about a hundred fifty innovation, cars and personal property gadget co? Algeria, I am fifty seven- and watch when you're range of income in your working lifetime. Whom my working life times, but I know I must shut your marriage with my wife since two thousand and seven and then that Span R r incomes been between about a hundred and forty in a little over two hundred. We all do for a living my wife's, an administrator and I m- I t manager, just retired recently, grandma from a large corporations to show how much One point nodded you inherit. I have not inherited anything Dave Gulf at what does What was your degree in Greece?
Well, I do not have a degree. I was I mean I t, and I were self taught back in the nineties and I believe, the tough life of not having a degree. You made it buddy that looked like you needed it What was your GPA in high school Jean Pierre, was about three point: five, ok, three point five and have you ever worked with him? Vestment professional in your career Yes, I have worked with investment professionals, and actually that was one of my careers before IP. So I have a lot of you know a lot of another area, good stuff, fantastic, you and your wife. Do you all do any giving as a family? What time is the first thing on our budget each and every month, and then, above and past that we try to give a lot. We try to give what our kids and and family members just to make a part of our lifestyle Kashmir. Nor gradually you come out
you're in a society that tells you you can't win without a college degree, fifty seven years, only worth almost two million dollars. What's the secret you tell the young version of you, love strategically? I tell people to tide and live blow. Your means and tactically I tell him use your for one case, don't borrow money and, more than anything, the intentional. You know the thing you talk about more often than not in life. You went out and ass, a society. We just don't typically talk a lot about budgeting and money, and how are you doing any really need to do that with the biggest mistake you made along the line? Money was Probably harm hide. I asked my wife about that the other day, because we were, we ve, been pretty conservative for most of our stuff but apply the worst thing we ve done is, as we did not leverage Roth's any at any level so were were pretty pretty leverage.
The four one case wine in the world, which is good, but I think we'd be looking better in the next few years. If we were a little more, even rob who poor one cage They came along later. They ve been up for I'm home about the same age and for us to have a high percentage of our money in wrath would be unusual what our age, because they that hit the that sorry at the forefront of the finance we're a little bit later, but I'm a java look a little bit about your worst mistake. You're dead, gonna, genus! Well done! very well down were proud. Ivy, Chris Excellent, actual, an excellent job, during the years, Greece, we find at home that that, even these informal surveys like taking these calls on them. They make it our theme, our that the vast majority of these people are not lawyers there, not doctors. We almost never talk to a professional athletes or an actor. Maybe they wouldn't talk to you and may huddled her, but a negotiable umbrella laden. They don't call in on this,
and a lot of em, but that are less than one percent of the millionaires are and what we would call famous jobs. The show me there look there like professional athletes. A lot not our door, locked Knocker lawyer on the list, but that professional athletes actor. The music star right. You know, I'm gonna, make and my garage band and that's how you gonna become a billion air, it's a it's very, very few m do most of the people that are millionaires. Are you know these gas by police and law enforcement software? We have to act together, visual for others today. But it's not unusual to hear that. No really, I am an ad in thus the reason the book was titled everyday millionaires because you're not too about these dangers. People you're not talking about high and careers you're, talking about regular every day hard working men and women all around the country. You go to church with them. You live bustle,
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study of millionaires ever done in North America. No one has studied as many as we did in their research process that we use air tight for those of you that have some kind of crazy but leftist syndrome, and you think that people can get ahead and you think we made all this up. You cannot defeat the research process that we used a solid airtight and then all we ve got proven statistics and that the these this is not merely statistically significant. The conclusions were so
off the charge, was it wasn't like with fifty one percent of anything you know it was like you is: seventy nine percent one hundred percent. Ninety two percent: ninety six percent of millionaire said that they believe they control their own destiny. When, when doing the control group with the public, we said how many of you think you control your own destiny. Sixty nine percent do big difference. That's that's! That's not a lack of two tenths of appointment or something A presidential election were for the whole house met in everyone's right. It's not what it is. This is. This is like every freaking body. Yes, you know everybody. Yes, this is just not so far off. It is, and so that the numbers in this book or absolutely amazing. Now some of you are super nerves and you
Just the white paper off of the research you can buy that on our website. It's a downloadable pdf for like nine dollars or something if you have trouble sleeping. You should get it because as a research paper- and it will put your but to sleep. But if you super nerdy like coming through all the data from it it's there, If no study, a millionaire, PDF downloaded nine dollars was ten dollars. Ninety nine at diagrams you got comes on pledging, get it wouldn't really care. If you bought or not but it just more satisfied from you, the rope whining about only a hundred and Fortys. That's been in your book. No, they wanted more information, and so you got access to it, but I would encourage you to read it read the book. I love the information and end that the facts from the study are amazing, but I'm the two southern the stories about these every day. People that took this extra very journey is apps. Lately. Mindboggling, where you think appearing Will that were homeless get this homeless at some point, but yet they were.
To work their way through and reach everyday millionaire status is not an accident, and I talk about. Five characteristics of these millionaires inside the book, and so look at this and you digging in you, ve got an awful ready to make a decision to have those five characteristics right now get the book and read it and open your eyes? My colleague, mothers in Rhode Island, Michael what your net worth one point. Five million is me and break that down for me by how it someplace? So one million between the retirement and brokerage accounts, probably about five and each bought a hundred thousand in cash and a home that's paid for worth about four hundred gadget very good. And how are you fifty four perfect and how much of this did, did you inherit zero Dave? ok and your range of income since you started working household income to now, while started working. Eighty seven
for about nineteen thousand dollars a year from in technology till now, the household a hundred and seventy good? What do you do for a living in technology but more system administrator type, Dave, ok, cool, so what you're degree intact? Yes, computer science, computer science and your ear gpa in that. Three point: five, nor can it nice carbo shot. You sent us in their when we're even Kaaba that was may of last year day. We travel a lot and enjoy that it's a beautiful spot rather of Dover spot a couple times. Some beautiful start. Very is amazing. Word for you! That's living well, brother child. If you started with Nothing. How do you
I've been a millionaire at fifty for my wife, the key Dave right savour. Ah, like you said, being on the same page, she's a favor. I was more spending. We got married a little later in life, but we ve done well. We ve saved. We ve lived with them. These. Our newest cars are two thousand ten right now I drive a two thousand to accord with two thousand miles on and on a daily basis, and you know we take a couple vacations a year, but we might spend ten twelve thousand on that, and that's really the only We cannot allow ourselves so very cool very is Michael, Do you work with an investment professional at all? We have fatality but actually manage the money myself. Chris, how do some trading and some options I've been doing since the Ladys Roger and you are doing?
giving as a family? Yes, that's one ass day visit, you say ten percent of the EU. Ro so net I've never really hurt. You specify what tithing when you're giving out. I tie there's a christian ten percent. And I give more than that total. But that's striving to my local church as as a person of faith, a guideline but as logically giving somewhere in that range, whether your personal faith or not. That keeps the rhythm and she'll of giving moving out there, for you My wife wanted me to ask you quickly. She wants to a home edition per sixty K. Is that ok, she says Japan Cash for sure all right, I'll, get it on the record here that he began to my you got the money Mamma you can spend sixty cave. We got a million and a half minutes movement had she should she take it out of a hundred k in cash, it's getting less than a hundred left the one percent, or should come out the brokerage worm do in pretty good with it. That's the question:
we take it out that hundred your boat euro thick on your emergency fund, I would agree. Justice is often for the record. I mean a forty emergency fund that brokerage funds fully liquid. If you had a big blow up, you could get to that of that money. That's true! about the vacations twelve carrier years outright: Potu vacations. I think it's enough, ok, good! What makes back then, I want to make our spending all your money is added to the house down your dad. Go savings account now use both by conditions up is giving you. Don't you just go down column, I'm losing traction, your brother, your wish, you hadn't call the drivers they give three requests to its is Nick. I mean he bit. We walk to me a good, really good, very good. Congratulations are very well the very, very proud of you very good, very good about as good as it gets our lives.
Again with Keith Keith is in Minnesota case what your net worth network by one point: one million arrogant and break that day for me allocated just a little Under seven hundred in the forum on pay, and now the Roth I raise new elements a forty grand in savings three on fourteen and fifteen, some property and the rest is vehicles and tools to at how right fifty three and how much of this de jure inherit five thousand bucks nature you're, not a millionaire. Because of that and your rage. You know your range of income and you're working lifetime household income worst year, bestir old income, were steers, probably around eighteen thousand back and nineteen. Eighty five, an hour hustler it was, while ninety seven thousand nevermind over a hundred. Not over a hundred. Yet what do you do for a living
I am my engineering specialist. I have a two year degree out of attack from nineteen eighty five and my wife. Why does a schoolteacher? How can a clue what was your GPA three: nine nine five I think I'll have or are alive regulations. Did you ever work with an investment professional? We our with one and we are blessed to have him because he's made wonders in the last four years with our account. So we really appreciate him, that's fantastic, and do you do in giving us a household we do. What are you gonna pick our special, Well, I don't know the number exactly, but no, I said where journeys charity than usually there in all christian related character and grow. Lotion brother were proud of. You very well done the millionaire Elam under sixty so far the shower. I wish you would get further excitement right here
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They have a day of really sitting down and learning about all these topics, all this information, you ve been doing it for years and when I'm not on state, I'm sitting out there taken notes and I'm learning something from these thought leaders every single time. I saw unusual, say three generations now: don't bring little kids know size, not a little kid event, but a few seems like a thing is of these events, and it is absolutely is a? U just commotion. Order, because these are some of the people that I have gone to either the books. I have read that of impacted Mylife and that's how we start putting together cock, Dave's, all storage and the sense and, of course, a lot more empty personalities nowadays, and they things that Christie Right Rachel cruiser covering are off the chain. This is this is gonna, be an incredible incredible. Events make sure your lined up for this its April. The fourth in Orlando Orlando's, not a bad destination site, can comment, of course, will be speaking on careers. You don't want to miss that became calm and shows exploding the podcast
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a range of income, household income in your working lifetime, bestir worker, when I started out about, maybe twenty five k knows thirty three years ago, and I'm up by one fifty now, ok, cool and watch been your career. I am in the sheep e g industry so the consumer benefits good to large chewing based in software style. Ok, very good that might be very good. You're degrees? And what more can we agree? Marketing earlier. What wizardry ba? maybe not I did you ever with an investment professional at all. John I do now yeah. Ok, I value the advice that they give me very much ripe, and do you
do any giving us a family or we're gonna get our early. I I don't want it to us Where are they ended up? My dad told me when I was just a kid, always your first and done that my whole life and I think I have avoided the another failure. Love is law a little bit from that. The just lot of a troubled it didn't come helps from this being generous. So that's probably The number one priority for me is that we do the person. I think the rest of it was a great while shed very well that will show what are you tell the twenty five year old
Some of you may look at you and I go away on. You can do this anymore. Can you do it now? There s a twenty five year old son and determine this. I said there like you, ve got your first and then you didn't save and then to track the dealers flings it it doesn't, take their large income. You just have to be delivered with all this It does fall into place and surrounded by a budgetary volume. The ones that are willing to listen and there you that's what I told you a can be done and bigger, then take a lot of income and show you gotta be very intentional, in which I have. Yeah. I did one thing: the guy that led my uncle's name is Jim from this area and he had a crack in his kitchen granite and it called updates crack, and he probably remember that
like you, I like around my house, I will, but we got the car, but somewhere with a buyer, nice car- maybe I do but maybe do, but that the other that's the Dave Car the junkie. One is not that I have car when you're successful. When you get a good car, that's the Deva car congratulation. He felt so much the beggars and looked out over the airwaves, adjusted so good for everybody in allowing people out there listening in an Iphone appreciate it. So much thank you, and I treasure and you're here story which, what is the biggest mistake? You guys ever may when money home again how good
the common good luck for about a month I owed to house I own, I had my house, it was paid for found another ones where life like not another. What we like, then it's not a kind of taking the time to kill a boy. At the other month I had to physically We say I got over, it turns out there, but how little while there are some stuff I brother, congratulations were very, very proud every thank you for sharing, so Chris nobody over three today, no lotta ones and lot I'm on the ones accepting something he showed me in the two million that worth so there there, but fifty seven, fifty four
with regard to six thirty, four unusually young guarding on the average millionaire and our study, which, what fifty to fifty two years, all fifty two that's right, something that was the average across the thing. So that guides that can I get this today and I look at the career, Dave, we got software engineer, law enforcement and I t manager a systematic straighter. Someone who consume packaged goods. And why journeyed? Your wife was a teacher which goes along with again there. Not a job? There is not a role that you have to have to do it it's over little to all medical doctors did not make the top five no in an owner. Research shall because there are notoriously stupid with money. We are, I mean, there's some amr smart though either it's like a stereotypes and stereotypes come from truth and its obligations and show their just notoriously dumb.
The guy that was huge fan of yours- I love this. He acknowledged that he overpaid for school Bosnia Apple. I was like thirty four yoga, did the math on it audit realize it was sorry to go to that private school? so. I love that knowledge of him talking and a hope. There's some you, people out there. Listening to that, were you dont go for that path? To think that that's gonna be your way. That's not true. Get that's just an opportunity to add your education. Your path is intentional, with money understanding their importance, Investing in how compound interest can be your best friend and avoiding the pitfalls waiting believing that debt is your friend, avoiding believe that you need a new car. You dont need those things. What you need is a plan. You'll get em all lighter down and you get the car lighter. Its live like no one else. Later, you can live and give like no one else. These Gascon whatever they wonder. I've never seen you couple million dollars, you can drive or Rwanda
That means that it has to change that. Now you re candidates at yes to be broken. Its live like no one else will later you can live in, give like no one else. The book is everyday. Millionaires is number one best seller of course, result in as women and muscling hotter of that rooms you first now, Chris thanks, rang out on every day may enter theme our day. Thank you for having made it can be done folks, you can do it. That's what this is.
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