I have also met many immigrants from all parts of the world – many of whom have no wealth whatsoever – but they display the same passion, eagerness of spirit and hope of a better future and wealth creation as millionaires I have met.
Time and time again, I have been asked by people of all ages: “How can I become a millionaire?” This question is almost universal. The passion behind this question planted the seed for writing this book. I wanted to shape my own understanding of whether those who achieve the status of millionaires share any common factors or traits, and it has become clear to me that you do not need to be rich to become a millionaire.
I have not only been inspired by those who have shared their success stories, but also by those who have been frank about their trials and tribulations.
In turn, I hope to stimulate others of all ages and generations with ideas that might provide a steppingstone for them to create their own wealth. What do we mean when we call someone a millionaire? Let’s begin at a basic level. The Collins Dictionary defines a millionaire as a person whose assets are worth at least a million of the standard monetary units of his country. The Oxford Dictionary defines a millionaire as a person