There was a story on MSNBC recently where they did a study and found out that most Americans believe their "net work" won't reach 1 million dollars in the next 10 years.
Most believe it's very unlikely, extremely unlikely, or very difficult to become a millionaire in the United States "today".
That's bullhockey. I mean come on, there is so much room in this world for people to become millionairs, it's ridiculous. You just have to see it.
And if you don't become a millionaire, who cares? (maybe you do, but you shouldn't)
Just the fact that you believe in yourself is all that truly matters.
For example, doing a wheelie for the first time on a motorcycle was "very difficult" for me at first, but once I got the hang of it, it was easy. I can do a wheelie on any type of bike now.
Making my first $0.23 online was very unlikely to me in the beginning, but it happened. It just takes effort.
If I had never lost my job at that trucking company in January, 2010, I would not be able to say that I had a $3,000 day a few weeks ago my niche websites. But I did.
So, seeing as a large majority of people thing it's unrealistic, stop whining. Wake up, smell the coffee, get out of bed, stop daydreaming, and focus.
Here's the original article on MSNBC: Bottom Line - Being a millionaire a longshot, most Americans believe
Also here's a story on Yahoo News about 5 "secrets" to becoming a millionaire. Let's just say.. they aren't secrets, they are just common sense: http://shine.yahoo.com/event/financi...naires-1370279
Get out there and show me, your friends, your family, and most importantly, yourself, that you have what it takes!