How do I earn £2M/year after all biz costs, biz taxes and personal taxes

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Dear like-minded friends,

I am going to relocate permanently from London, UK to Santa Monica, CA and live my heart's chosen abundant and balanced life. I have calculated that in order to live the lifestyle my heart has decided and achieve everything it wants, it is best to plan to have £2M a year. Either via all at once pile amount (such as a windfall wealth of £70M- £111M via a tax-free lottery win). Or an accumulative amount of £2M/year.

To clarify, I am seeking either the windfall amount or the accumulative amount to reflect as such AFTER any/all taxes and costs have been accounted for in order to produce the final personal wealth figure (so net ...everything really).

I've got my beliefs in check. I know that I've got to work smart instead of hard (this means small hour days). I know this can be done. My intuition has confirmed it. I know that this is what I am born to become.

I am starting from scratch.

This is a genuine query.

Dear like-minded friends, please suggest what are the best (legal) ways for me achieve this intention?

- Sincerely
#£2m or year #biz #costs #earn #personal #taxes
  • Profile picture of the author Mark Singletary
    You had almost the exact same goal 2 years ago: http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...al-1000-a.html

    What have you been doing during this time to reach your goal?

    Mark
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    • Profile picture of the author Bethy
      Everybody and myself would like to know too. Share with us if you discover it because lots of people are here and there trying to get there too.
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  • Profile picture of the author heevyhivy
    Hi Mark, now I've changed that figure to be net and after tax and in gbp because I've learned things.
    Since my last thread, I learned to love myself. Changed my habits to become productive. I have consulted all sorts of people and strategies to achieve this goal. So I've Studied. Worked on my mind, spirituality, and physical health. I have almost won the lottery. My health has worsened and I am still working on improving that. Fact of the matter is, and I've invested 8 years trying to improve it. My health needs to improve. I've got time to learn as much as I can because when my health takes a turn for the better, I will be taking action.
    Now is the time to refine my questions and research.
    I recently bought an ecommerce training system thinking I would earn $2M a year in personal income. But it was actually a revenue figure. After costs and taxes it ended up £16k-30k.
    I am now opening my question to any forms of wealth building, not just IM/AM.
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    • Profile picture of the author DABK
      Divide 2M by 16k and you end up with your answer: do whatever you did to get 16k a year 125 times faster, so you can squeeze 124 times more of it in one year.

      Alternatively, learn how to get your hands on a few free-floating 0's and, next time you go to your bank, stick them to the right of the cent - dollar divider.



      [QUOTE=heevyhivy;10731541
      I recently bought an ecommerce training system thinking I would earn $2M a year in personal income. But it was actually a revenue figure. After costs and taxes it ended up £16k-30k.
      I am now opening my question to any forms of wealth building, not just IM/AM.[/QUOTE]
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      • Profile picture of the author heevyhivy
        Originally Posted by DABK View Post

        Alternatively, learn how to get your hands on a few free-floating 0's and, next time you go to your bank, stick them to the right of the cent - dollar divider.
        Thanks! I didn't understand the free floating comment, please clarify?
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  • Profile picture of the author Sven300
    You seem to be more of a dreamer than a doer.

    If there was a method, a recipe, a strategy, anything that allowed webmasters and internet marketers to make as much money, no one would give you the magic recipe anyway. But this recipe does not exist ...

    Few people manage to make a living on the internet. Very few manage to become wealthy. It is possible to achieve your dreams but it is unlikely.

    I suggest you lower your expectations to a more realistic level.
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  • Profile picture of the author EPoltrack77
    Play lotto...

    hey you never know
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    • Profile picture of the author heevyhivy
      Originally Posted by EPoltrack77 View Post

      Play lotto...

      hey you never know
      Thank you EPoltrack!

      My friend, I'm telling you, I've predicted the numbers and played too late or too early or sometimes not played at all and the numbers came up! But I've done it multiple times!
      So I am ignoring the naysayers and the encouragement to be realistic. Because nothing about highly successful people seems realistic. The only thing in my way is me. So I have worked on that more than anything else!
      One week 2 years ago I locked myself up in my room for a week. I decided to work on my inner game and just write down (commit) to how much money I want and why I want it. As soon as I left my room I started seeing loose change, people literally dropping money and nobody to pick it up. That's the power that keeps me motivated.
      So I'm choosing to focus on the goal, because it is not just a dream any more. The law of attraction brings me aspects of my dream life whenever I step foot outside my house (and sometimes without even leaving my room).
      All I need to do is find a strategy that my intuition agrees with. And I'm good to go!
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      • Profile picture of the author Gambino
        Originally Posted by heevyhivy View Post

        Because nothing about highly successful people seems realistic.
        What? How does nothing about highly successful people seem realistic?

        Stop living in la la land and actually do some work or you'll be back here asking the same question in 2 years.
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        • Profile picture of the author heevyhivy
          Originally Posted by Gambino View Post

          What? How does nothing about highly successful people seem realistic?

          Stop living in la la land and actually do some work or you'll be back here asking the same question in 2 years.
          Many successful people redefine what can and cannot be done. Look at the entertainment industry and youtube stars they're getting younger and younger. Eelon Musk privatised the space industry and has kept it going without the need for government funding. And google X every day they're redefining what realistic is. I've learned that being realistic is just a limiting belief.

          Please note, I'm actually here for strategies and ideas, not motivation or comments encouraging me to just take action. Thank you.
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          • Profile picture of the author BigFrank
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            Originally Posted by heevyhivy View Post

            Please note, I'm actually here for strategies and ideas, not motivation or comments encouraging me to just take action. Thank you.
            Oh, I see. You're even to lazy to come up with your own ideas. We need to give you a blueprint.

            How stupid of us to not figure that out.

            Oh, and about Elon Musk. He possesses something important in achieving his goals. Intelligence!

            Cheers. - Frank
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          • Profile picture of the author CaRTmAnBrAh
            Originally Posted by heevyhivy View Post

            Please note, I'm actually here for strategies and ideas, not motivation or comments encouraging me to just take action. Thank you.
            Follow this plan and soon you'll be sipping piña coladas by the pool in Santa Monica while bikini clad hotties dance around you to Kanye West music.

            Stage 1.

            As you know, to achieve the success you desire, you must first commit to your goal. The ultimate in commitment especially when it comes to cosmic ordering is you must put your order out into the world. You must tell the universe exactly what it is you want and ask for it, nay, demand it. BUT, you can't just do this in a half-a$$ed fashion, you must really tell the world. Really make your demands known to all...

            How do you do this for maximum manifestation?

            You must create a youtube channel, use your own name for maximum commitment, then start making videos outlining exactly what you are doing. In one video you must go to the top of the largest hill in your area, and get someone to film you shouting to the sky what it is you want. You must literally scream your demands to the sky. You should probably wear some sort of costume like druid robes or something, maybe even a wizard style hat as well. Whatever makes you feel the part of a cosmic orderer. After this video is online you will start getting subscribers. I will definitely subscribe. Then you can move on to stage 2.
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            • Profile picture of the author Sven300
              Originally Posted by CaRTmAnBrAh View Post


              You must create a youtube channel, use your own name for maximum commitment, then start making videos outlining exactly what you are doing. In one video you must go to the top of the largest hill in your area, and get someone to film you shouting to the sky what it is you want. You must literally scream your demands to the sky. You should probably wear some sort of costume like druid robes or something, maybe even a wizard style hat as well. Whatever makes you feel the part of a cosmic orderer....
              Yes excellent idea!

              Because the only thing OP wants is a clear strategy in line with intuition, I'll suggest one:

              The book "The Secret", which speaks of the " Law of attraction" has sold only 19 million copies. I think you could do as well or better by talking about your personal experiences. I already found the title of your book:

              The Biggest Secret of the Universe for Unlimited Wealth.

              (With such a title, success is certain.)

              So this is a clear strategy, no?

              P.S. Since you are more of a visionary, a thinker and a leader rather than just a writer, you could get help from a member on Warrior forum to write the book for you. You give him 20% of revenues and you keep the rest. It's a fair deal, I think.
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              • Profile picture of the author heevyhivy
                Originally Posted by Sven300 View Post

                Yes excellent idea!

                The Biggest Secret of the Universe for Unlimited Wealth.

                (With such a title, success is certain.)

                So this is a clear strategy, no?
                I see that is a strategy. Law of attraction and the secret was created by those who had already conquered it! So I need to fulfill my life story in order to write about my success.
                And although the spotlight of writing a bestseller puts me slightly on edge, it's something I haven't ruled out.
                Infact, at the moment, my intuition is telling me the universe is bringing me £70M via a lottery win. That leaves the remainder of £40M. I think I could use a book deal to help me achieve that! My only argument about your strategy proposal is that the title should not be about unlimited wealth. It may get more opens and create buzz but I'm not aiming to be a billionaire, I'm not even aiming for a quarter of a billion. And wealth is soon going to be measured in trillions. So unlimited wealth would be an entirely different goal and a different thread. But yeah, this is a plus strategy I could consider. Thanks!!!!
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            • Profile picture of the author heevyhivy
              Originally Posted by CaRTmAnBrAh View Post


              You must create a youtube channel, use your own name for maximum commitment, then start making videos outlining exactly what you are doing. In one video you must go to the top of the largest hill in your area, and get someone to film you shouting to the sky what it is you want. You must literally scream your demands to the sky. You should probably wear some sort of costume like druid robes or something, maybe even a wizard style hat as well. Whatever makes you feel the part of a cosmic orderer. After this video is online you will start getting subscribers. I will definitely subscribe. Then you can move on to stage 2.
              What is stage 2?

              Pewdipie is raking in the subscribers but he's not making the same kind of money I'm talking about.

              Alternatively, there's a story of a youtuber who simply posted a video of him self asking for 1 million dollars, no reasons other than the fact that he wants it. According to internet news he got his million after a rich person replied to his request.
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      • Profile picture of the author BigFrank
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        Originally Posted by heevyhivy View Post

        My friend, I'm telling you, I've predicted the numbers and played too late or too early or sometimes not played at all and the numbers came up! But I've done it multiple times!
        Well, you never told us that you have been mentored by Shane McMars. I'm sure your billions are right around the next corner. You simply need to get your ass out of bed and actually play those lotto numbers that you so conveniently and accurately envision.
        So I am ignoring the naysayers and the encouragement to be realistic. Because nothing about highly successful people seems realistic. The only thing in my way is me. So I have worked on that more than anything else!
        Still a wee bit more to travel down that road.
        One week 2 years ago, the authorities locked me up in my room for a week.
        Fixed that for you!
        I decided to work on my inner game and just write down (commit) to how much money I want and why I want it. As soon as I left my room I started seeing loose change, people literally dropping money and nobody to pick it up. That's the power that keeps me motivated.
        No, that's the delusion that keeps you from actually achieving anything. To anyone on this forum that I have ever accused of making the absolute most ridiculous post, ever - I sincerely apologize! Also - 'loose change' should be your middle name as it is the only thing you will ever have in life.
        So I'm choosing to focus on the goal, because it is not just a dream any more.
        Uh - sorry. It is.
        The law of attraction brings me aspects of my dream life whenever I step foot outside my house (and sometimes without even leaving my room).
        Apparently your 'dream life' revolves around sitting in your room, masturbating.

        Do you read your crap, before hitting 'submit?'
        All I need to do is find a strategy that my intuition agrees with. And I'm good to go!
        Please come back in another 2 years and tell us how that has worked for you.

        In one post, everything that is wrong with WF. Well done!

        Cheers. - Frank
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  • Profile picture of the author Sven300
    Do not forget to return to the forum to say "Hello" when you will be a millionaire through "the law of attraction".
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  • Profile picture of the author Mehdib
    Dude I truly hope you achieve what you are looking for, but you only have 0.01% of what it takes and that is dreaming about it all day. 5 years ago you had the same goal and you just said you had changed the figure, is that your plan for the next 5 years?
    There is no recipe to get rich and live happily ever after except hard work, knowledge open eyes and some guts. and what has given you the idea that people would just share their hard earned experience and methods just because you wanna live good and rich???
    I had a student like this (he was studying his MBA at the time), he was a big dreamer and in the beginning of the year we had a similar discussion, he said I have an idea (he had an idea for real) and I want to implement it so can you help me, I was like why not. Called couple of friends and set up a meeting, discussed his idea and it was not bad, worked a business plan FOR him to help him achieve something. After 6 months, I realised well he is not really a doer and doesn't want to do anything so I dropped it. He called and asked what happened, we had a meeting and he said something that I never forget, he said:
    "I have a ton of expenses, luxury house, car and girlfriend, so you guys need to work harder to make this thing happen and I can afford this life. " and when I asked why don't you work yourself, he said "I'm a leader and thinker, you guys can do it and I supervise" well he has been working in an office admin job for the past 2 years to be able to pay rent and run the car he doesn't wanna give up.

    Just don't be like him, work towards what you wanna achieve. Good luck
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    • Profile picture of the author Ashok Panda
      Originally Posted by Mehdib View Post

      Dude I truly hope you achieve what you are looking for, but you only have 0.01% of what it takes and that is dreaming about it all day. 5 years ago you had the same goal and you just said you had changed the figure, is that your plan for the next 5 years?
      There is no recipe to get rich and live happily ever after except hard work, knowledge open eyes and some guts. and what has given you the idea that people would just share their hard earned experience and methods just because you wanna live good and rich???
      I had a student like this (he was studying his MBA at the time), he was a big dreamer and in the beginning of the year we had a similar discussion, he said I have an idea (he had an idea for real) and I want to implement it so can you help me, I was like why not. Called couple of friends and set up a meeting, discussed his idea and it was not bad, worked a business plan FOR him to help him achieve something. After 6 months, I realised well he is not really a doer and doesn't want to do anything so I dropped it. He called and asked what happened, we had a meeting and he said something that I never forget, he said:
      "I have a ton of expenses, luxury house, car and girlfriend, so you guys need to work harder to make this thing happen and I can afford this life. " and when I asked why don't you work yourself, he said "I'm a leader and thinker, you guys can do it and I supervise" well he has been working in an office admin job for the past 2 years to be able to pay rent and run the car he doesn't wanna give up.

      Just don't be like him, work towards what you wanna achieve. Good luck
      Good stuff . The example you gave here are present in abundance. People have big dreams but dont want to work hard , rather want others to work for them to achieve this . eventually they end up being led by others . or simply the system consumes them.
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
    You want to net £2M/year? It's simple math.

    Since you talk of moving to the USA, I'm going to convert that £2M/year into US dollars.

    That would be, at Google's exchange rate, $2,928,800.00 per year. Let's round that off to $3M to keep the math simple. Since I'm guessing that you want this fantasy business of yours to be online, your fixed business costs should easily fit into this rounding allowance.

    Which leaves business and personal tax rates.

    You'll be living in Santa Monica. According to Google, the average corporate tax rate in Cali for 2015 was ~9% (rounded again).

    Which leaves personal taxes. California has a top marginal state tax rate of 13.3%, and at this level, most of your income would be subject to this rate. Let's call the average 12%.

    Federal taxes will set you back ~30%

    This totals out to 51%.

    As a rough estimate, that would mean you would need to accumulate annual gross income of about $5.5 to $6 million dollars. Per year. Every year.

    Given what you posted about what you've already done, I'd suggest you hustle on down to the convenience store and buy those lottery tickets.

    Here's a story for you to think on...

    For years, Joe prayed he'd win the lottery. He thought about winning. He meditated on winning. He asked the almighty to let him win.

    Finally, after Joe spent yet another prayer session beseeching God to let him win, he heard a rumbling voice from above...

    "Joe, you gotta meet me halfway on this lottery deal. Go out and buy a Me-damn ticket!"

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    • Profile picture of the author heevyhivy
      Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

      You want to net £2M/year? It's simple math....

      As a rough estimate, that would mean you would need to accumulate annual gross income of about $5.5 to $6 million dollars. Per year. Every year...

      Given what you posted about what you've already done, I'd suggest you hustle on down to the convenience store and buy those lottery tickets...

      Thanks for the math, I hadn't yet calculated that figure! And haha nice story about the lottery winner.
      As I understand it, a lot of the winners had an intuitive message that prompted them to buy a ticket, they also had higher than average positivity and were creative visualizers. But ultimately most of these winners had never bought a ticket before. It's got to be down to intuition!
      So I've been working on honing down my intuition recently so that I only play when it's appropriate to play! God and my higher self knows when this is! Last

      Past 2 years, for the first time ever I decided to experiment with the lottery. I won many small amounts very quickly. But nothing big.
      I decided to see if buying random numbers would create a trend.
      2 months later, I analysed every ticket and draw. I spotted a trend!
      I saw the same numbers turn up on my random ticket and took note of the ones that matched draws every time. So I now know my money numbers! I wanted to know why they were my numbers, so I investigated my spirituality and my oh my I certainly know why those numbers kept turning up.
      Then it was time for my final experiment.
      Once I realised what these numbers were, I chose them every ticket that I played for a few weeks. Nothing matched. I stopped playing.
      The third/fourth week when I didn't play, all those numbers of mine turned up on the same ticket. Had I played 2 additional weeks, my numbers would have netted me £24M.
      I decided I would not play again with my logical mind. I would only play when my intuition tells me to. If my intuition says 'play your spiritual numbers' I'll play them. If it says 'buy lucky dip' I will buy lucky dip.
      When it's meant to be, it's meant to be.
      I'm probably going to have to write an autobiography about my story once manifested haha. 'How I won the lottery on purpose.'
      So in the mean time, I can look into other ways to earn my wealth. After all, I may end up netting £20M but then I will still need know how to make the remainder of my £111M lifetime goal.
      So thank you for those encouraging me to take action. I do take action, when my intuition says so. I'm motivated by my heart, I have zero need for a drill sergeant I'm here to learn strategies. And the support I've received on here and offline has been amazing! Thank you, and keep those ideas coming!
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    • Profile picture of the author Gambino
      Originally Posted by cjsparacino123 View Post

      i have a solution for you, im giving out test copies to see how successful others will be with it, message me!
      How successful have you been with it? $6,000,000 a year?
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      Originally Posted by cjsparacino123 View Post

      i have a solution for you, im giving out test copies to see how successful others will be with it, message me!
      I'm listening
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  • Profile picture of the author AnniePot
    Another expense that needs to be factored in is health insurance. The OP mentions he is in not especially good health and this is continuing to deteriorate.

    If you want 100% coverage for doctors, specialists, hospital, prescriptions, etc., your premiums will be prohibitive.

    But that aside, how do you plan to live in Santa Monica? Do you have a Green Card? As part of the application process, you will be required to prove either an employment status or significant means of supporting yourself. Green Card applications often drag out over a very long period of time.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sven300
    For those who want to live a life of "millionaires", here's what I suggest.

    1) Make your living online.

    2) Live in a poor country where the cost of living is lower.
    Here are some suggestions:

    Chiang Mai in Thailand
    Tagaytay, Baguio, or Bacolod, in the Philippines
    Goa in India
    Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic
    Medellin in Colombia
    San Jose in Costa Rica
    Mendoza in Argentina
    Cuenca in Ecuador
    Merida in Mexico
    Panama City in Panama

    I intend to implement part two of my own suggestions soon...
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    • Profile picture of the author heevyhivy
      Originally Posted by Sven300 View Post

      For those who want to live a life of "millionaires", here's what I suggest.

      1) Make your living online.

      2) Live in a poor country where the cost of living is lower.
      Here are some suggestions:

      Chiang Mai in Thailand
      Tagaytay, Baguio, or Bacolod, in the Philippines
      Goa in India
      Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic
      Medellin in Colombia
      San Jose in Costa Rica
      Mendoza in Argentina
      Cuenca in Ecuador
      Merida in Mexico
      Panama City in Panama

      I intend to implement part two of my own suggestions soon...
      Intriguing, I considered india before i realised there were omre stumbling blocks to trade and business services. I guess the country depends on the method used to generate the income.

      I'm very pleased for you, hope the migration works out smoothly for you!!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Originally Posted by heevyhivy View Post

    The law of attraction

    This explains it all.

    Do nothing but think about being rich and your wildest dreams will come true right before your eyes.

    Honestly, the very best advice I can give you:

    Seek therapy.

    Steve
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  • Profile picture of the author heevyhivy
    Wow guys, I'm touched. I LOVE the enthusiasm and dedication you have all taken into helping me. So many helpful posts here!
    Truth is it doesn't need to be an online business, it doesn't even need to be a business!
    It just needs to be portable. So as long as it doesn't require a bricks and mortar! It's fine.
    I have spoken with a reliable real estate agent and a solid immigration worker.
    Part of the reason I chose £2M/year is to be able to fund an EB5 Visa process (not completely ruling out all other green card routes). The plan is to invest $1M into the economy.
    The idea of owning a business that runs without my input or funds is welcome!
    I know plenty of Brits have moved by buying a franchise or a business but they end up running 7days dusk to dawn (what a waste).
    I'm not moving there to live the American dream of long hours, I could have done that if I chose to be a musician or a filmmaker.
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    • Profile picture of the author AnniePot
      Originally Posted by heevyhivy View Post

      . . . . The plan is to invest $1M into the economy. . . .
      Ah, you already have $1M lying around, ready to be invested. You didn't mention this. Actually the EB-5 category is one of the most difficult categories under which to get a Green Card, Has your advisor explained to you that:

      • a). You must maintain your investment for at least three years and be actively engaged with it.
      • b). The business must employ at least ten full-time workers, produce a service or product, and benefit the U.S. economy. Full-time employment is defined as requiring at least 35 hours of service per week.
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    This thread is amusing
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  • Profile picture of the author kilgore
    This thread should be moved to "Off-Topic". It has nothing to do with internet marketing. It's just a lot of dreaming and new-agey garbage -- though I strongly suspect that the OP is just having fun at all y'all's expense.

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    • Profile picture of the author AnniePot
      Originally Posted by kilgore View Post

      This thread should be moved to "Off-Topic". It has nothing to do with internet marketing. It's just a lot of dreaming and new-agey garbage -- though I strongly suspect that the OP is just having fun at all y'all's expense..
      And don't for one moment imagine we are that gullible. My responses have been very much tongue-in-cheek. I'm a US citizen now, but my family and I were originally Green Card holders and the process of obtaining them took a full two years, hence I speak with a good deal of experience. We too moved from the UK.

      The reality is, relocating legally from the UK to US is a long, difficult journey through acres of red tape and I understand that since 9/11 it's even more difficult.
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      • Profile picture of the author heevyhivy
        Originally Posted by AnniePot View Post

        And don't for one moment imagine we are that gullible. My responses have been very much tongue-in-cheek. I'm a US citizen now, but my family and I were originally Green Card holders and the process of obtaining them took a full two years, hence I speak with a good deal of experience. We too moved from the UK.

        The reality is, relocating legally from the UK to US is a long, difficult journey through acres of red tape and I understand that since 9/11 it's even more difficult.
        Thanks for writing this!
        It brings me great joy to know another uk to usa expat success story!
        I've definitely looked into the requirements of an eb5. As I understand it there are more regional centers than ever before and plenty in Los Angeles! I figured with the £2M/year I could easily invest into legal, financial and business advisers to help choose the best investment opportunity! Full disclosure, I have yet to make the EB5 money. As I said in my first post, I'm starting from scratch!
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    • Profile picture of the author celente
      Originally Posted by yukon View Post


      Is this dude still alive....LOL...no but seriously.

      Maybe secretly he is making more from all the WINNING stuff and controversy than he did on two and a half men show.

      I loved that show, and his a great actor.

      But after all this HIV thing, he could make way more money from creating controversy, headlines and curiosity.

      You must agree, there is something very magnetic about charlie sheen, how he his life is like a train wreck in SLO-MO...... LOL.

      Dont get me wrong, he is awesome, and his movies are fantastic, but he should go out and buy a marketing book, with the situation he has been put in. With those skills, he could make a killing with all this news about him in HIV land.

      His marketing team are onto it....as we speak. LOL.
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  • Profile picture of the author PatrickTaylor1
    Most people that make money online are more like factory workers with lunch pails drudging off to work every day.

    They dig in, learn, experiment, and move the ball forward.

    It takes WORK to succeed.

    You're not going to make $2M per year by sitting on your hands and wishing for it.

    Was it Thomas Edison who said, "The harder I work, the luckier I get..."

    You need LEVERAGE and SCALING to build a successful business, but first you need to have a business proposition that would cause people to want to give you money.

    All the best,

    Pat
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  • Profile picture of the author iAmNameLess
    Originally Posted by heevyhivy View Post

    I've got my beliefs in check. I know that I've got to work smart instead of hard (this means small hour days). I know this can be done. My intuition has confirmed it. I know that this is what I am born to become.
    Intuition is never wrong my friend. For example, every time I've gone to a strip club, I knew there would be a black girl with the stage name ebony, or chocolate.. and a handful of other girls with names like Roxy, Honey, and Diamond.

    Keep harnessing those positive vibes. If you want a short cut, you could just do some astral projection, and since the astral plane is a little bit ahead of the physical plane, maybe you can game the system and pick the winning lotto numbers.

    Remember me when you make it big. You don't even need a plan... the universe will take care of all of it.
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  • Profile picture of the author CaRTmAnBrAh
    Originally Posted by heevyhivy View Post

    I am going to relocate permanently from London, UK to Santa Monica,
    Why Santa Monica though, makes no sense at all. You live in the UK, Monaco is just a stones throw away, much more refined and of course completely tax free. Have you learned nothing from the recent BHS pensions debacle. I think you should rethink your plans with all the money you're going to manifest.
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
    If you truly have chosen winning lottery numbers repeatedly, but only when your intuition tells you the time isn't right, you may want to get that intuition fixed.

    Or, you could go the George Costanza route. Figure out what your intuition is screaming for you to do, and do the opposite. You'll be paying those 50% taxes in no time...

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    • Profile picture of the author heevyhivy
      Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

      If you truly have chosen winning lottery numbers repeatedly, but only when your intuition tells you the time isn't right, you may want to get that intuition fixed.
      Thanks. I to follow 2 out of 3 Intuitive messages to live my life. One that signals a brilliant opportunity. Another to signal a terrible opportunity. One more that tells me I'm afraid which simply means I'm nearing the edge of my comfort one. I just need to be aware of the difference of fear vs wrong so that I don't accidentally turn down a great opportunity because I mistook it as fear.
      Already my intuition has proven psychic and saved me from unnecessary disappointment. It was an illogical choice but trusted it anyway. The decision made logical sense 24hours later when logically unforseen events occurred.
      I've learned intuition works best when fully trusted. Richard Branson swears by it and he's a successful billionaire.
      I almost died of agony when I didn't follow my intuition. From that day on, if I survived I had to trust my intuition. That horrific night was only 2 weeks ago. So I hadn't followed my intuition whilst I was experimenting with the lottery. I was using spiritual guidance systems such as numerology and cosmic ordering synchronicities. But not intuition! Nowadays, I don't think about buying the ticket and then ask my intuition. If I get inspired to buy a ticket then I test it with my intuition which is a growing muscle but it can be trained to become super reliable! And if I mistake my interpretation of my intuition and buy a ticket, no harm done. It's only a couple of bucks! But it's unnecessary to ask my intuition every day 'is it time? are we ready yet?' I rely on the universe bringing me that information, because it does nonstop for everything else anyway.
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    Step one, if you want to live in a sunny ocean side state then why not try Florida instead of Califoria it will cut your initial living expenses in half. And why 3 mil, you could have a pretty good lifestyle for a couple hundred grand

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  • Profile picture of the author jenlpan
    Set up a business you can run from home.
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  • Profile picture of the author Winning34
    Originally Posted by heevyhivy View Post


    I've got my beliefs in check.

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    • Profile picture of the author BigFrank
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      Originally Posted by wartest View Post

      Dear Like-Minded Friend,

      You may wanna shoot me a PM regarding this. I have something to sell you that will change your life, forever and make you rich beyond your wildest dreams.

      ~ Your like minded friend
      Fixed that for you.

      Cheers. - Frank
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    ... there's a story of a youtuber who simply posted a video of him self asking for 1 million dollars, no reasons other than the fact that he wants it. According to internet news he got his million after a rich person replied to his request.
    ...about that story....

    HOAX: Guy Who Asked YouTube For $1 Million & Got It… Was Lying | SocialTimes

    The Staggering Bullshit of "The Secret"

    The Pyramid Scheme of Positive Thinking

    If you're desperate enough to feel better about yourself by adopting a philosophy of delusional positivity, that philosophy will appeal to others around you who are also desperate to feel better about themselves. In this way, by adopting a delusional positivity, you attract and surround yourself with others who are also delusionally positive.
    Yup - that sounds about right.
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    • Profile picture of the author BigFrank
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      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      The Pyramid Scheme of Positive Thinking

      If you’re desperate enough to feel better about yourself by adopting a philosophy of delusional positivity, that philosophy will appeal to others around you who are also desperate to feel better about themselves. In this way, by adopting a delusional positivity, you attract and surround yourself with others who are also delusionally positive.

      Yup - that sounds about right.
      Brilliant. Thank you.

      Cheers. - Frank
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    • Profile picture of the author Robscom
      1. Find 2 million people.
      2. Get $1.50 from each of them.


      You're welcome.
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    • Profile picture of the author Sven300
      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post


      The Pyramid Scheme of Positive Thinking

      If you're desperate enough to feel better about yourself by adopting a philosophy of delusional positivity, that philosophy will appeal to others around you who are also desperate to feel better about themselves. In this way, by adopting a delusional positivity, you attract and surround yourself with others who are also delusionally positive.
      LOL Yes.

      Another problem with all these people who adhere to the delusional positivity is the following:

      after dreaming awake for three, five or ten years, they may eventually realize that it will never work. At that moment they fall into deep depression because disappointment is immense. I knew two or three people who did this. The distance between their dreams and the bitter reality was terrible.

      It would have been more profitable for them if they had spent these 3, 5 or 10 years:

      1) to undergo therapy
      2) to study
      3) to work

      I guess it is normal that a forum such as this one also attracts fools, dreamers and supporters of magical thinking.
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    • Profile picture of the author heevyhivy
      Thank you for all the suggestions and ideas. That insurance settlement one sounds crazy but it worked for her. So that's amazing!
      Whilst I'm grateful for the forum's interest, I'm especially grateful for those bringing me these interesting nuggets which are so unique but seem to bring about the money that they were hoping to achieve.
      More of these stories are welcome!!

      P.S. It's comical that so many are posting about taking action, when the whole point of this thread was to find a method to execute. What action is there to take without a method to execute lol. It's like someone asking 'how do I cure diabetes' and someone else responding 'take action'. Hahaha
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      • Profile picture of the author Sven300
        Originally Posted by heevyhivy View Post


        P.S. It's comical that so many are posting about taking action, when the whole point of this thread was to find a method to execute. What action is there to take without a method to execute lol.
        1) There are no online or offline method that will allow you to earn 2 million pounds per year.

        2) If this method really existed, I would not give it to you on a forum. I would tap it for my personal gain. For example, if I discovered a roulette having a statistical bias, I would exploit it, but I would not give you the tip. And everyone will do the same as me. Watch these two videos, they will probably interest you:

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVjd...ature=youtu.be




        3) If I gave this magic method (a method capable of providing 2 million per year) on a forum, 100,000 people would read it as well as you and 100,000 people would compete to achieve it. The 100,000 people would not succeed simultaneously... And I'm not sure you'll be the winner of the battle.

        What's the meaning of "take action"? This means do anything but dream. And that's what you should do if you want to get results. Even if you want to find a roulette wheel that will earn you money!
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    • Profile picture of the author salegurus
      Originally Posted by Hemantkumar View Post

      Wooww...
      That's awesome... 😀
      Is this ^^^ one of those people you were talking about Kay?

      Originally Posted by KinneyJ2014 View Post

      Sorry your calculation does not add up 4.3Mil x 300Mil is not 1.3Bil
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    • Profile picture of the author KinneyJ2014
      Originally Posted by salegurus View Post

      Is this ^^^ one of those people you were talking about Kay?



      Sorry your calculation does not add up 4.3Mil x 300Mil is not 1.3Bil


      YOU ARE RIGHT!






      Which means that if the Powerball jackpot were divided evenly amongst the entire population everyone would get about $4.33.


      1300 million / 300 million
      = 1300/300
      = 13/3
      = 4⅓

      So if the projected Powerball prize of 1.3 billion was distributed to 300 million people, they'd each get about $4.33

      Answer:
      $4.33 each
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    • Profile picture of the author Sven300
      I think OP and all his dear like-minded friends should read this thread:

      http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...s-quit-im.html

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  • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
    The good news for the OP is with the Pound being devalued so much after Brexit, his goal of £2 million a year is what he'll get paid for a minimum wage job.
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    It'll just knock over all the pieces, poop on the board, and strut about like it's won anyway.
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    • Profile picture of the author BigFrank
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      Originally Posted by whateverpedia View Post

      what he'll get paid for a minimum wage job.
      Which, more than likely, would be his best bet.

      Cheers. - Frank
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  • Profile picture of the author Regional Warrior
    Think the Op is doing it the hard way , girl i went to school with decided she wanted $2 Mill by her 21st

    Went to LA with her mum and dad for a holiday and outside a bar/club she walk around the corner and into a slow moving car which knocked her over and the insurance settled before court the grand total of $6 mill

    Jason
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  • Profile picture of the author Hemantkumar
    Wooww...
    That's awesome... 😀
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