Sure, when all is said and done, you can't be buried with the money you've made throughout your life, but that doesn't negate the fact that being obscenely rich is pretty freaking awesome—not that I'd know, but I'm just using my imagination here. In fact, I'd venture to say the dude who declared, "money can't buy you happiness" wasn't exactly making it rain at the club. The problem is, the idea of being a millionaire just seems so out of reach for some people. Of course, this has a lot to do with wage gaps and unemployment and all of that depressing, let's-not-talk-about-it sort of stuff, but coincidentally, it also has to do with the fact that thinking you'll never BE a millionaire is actually aiding in the prevention of BEING a millionaire. You know, it's the whole "I think therefore I am" thang.
MORE: 'A Man's Guide To Spending: How To Limit Yourself To 50 Bucks On A Friday'
According to Entrepreneur there are certain REALISTIC steps that can be taken in order to achieve your Daddy Warbucks dreams. I went ahead and hand picked the ones that actually made sense. I'm not exactly what you'd call a finance guru, but I know a good idea when I see one! Of course, I thought it best to kindly share them with ya'll. I figured I'd do a good deed before I join the snotty upper echelon of the world. You're welcome.
MORE: 'Bill Gates Says If You Want To Be A Billionaire You Need These Three Skills'
MORE: 'Looking To Lead A 'Richie Rich' Lifestyle? Man Interviews 177 Self-Made Millionaires For The Key'
"Wealth-building is as much a mindset as anything else, so it's important to make sure you eliminate beliefs that will work against you. If you want to make your first $1 million:
MORE: 'How To Manage Finances In Your Late-20s (Because, Face it, You Have Zero Clue)'
To read the full article, head HERE