How You Can Go From Dead Broke and Homeless
to Becoming a Part-Time Millionaire
in 10 Easy to Follow Steps
(If you’re not “dead broke and homeless”, you’ve already got a head start on your way to becoming a “part-time millionaire”!)
=> Alex is getting married soon and needs to be able to afford a home for her family.
=> Tammy wants to be a stay-at-home mom and raise her own children instead of shipping them off to a daycare facility every day.
=> Sarah is working two jobs and still doesn’t make enough money to support her two children.
=> Mark has no retirement nest egg and wants to buy and pay off five houses quickly so he and his wife can live in one and rent the other four to have a secure retirement income.
All of these people have one thing in common…
They all need a plan to bring in more money, and they need to do it now and not later.
You CAN have just about anything you want if you set your mind to it. You may not feel like this is true because you may have been “beaten down” and defeated by what life has thrown at you in the past. You can change all of that right now.
If you really think about it, and maybe observe a child persisting until she gets what she wants, you can look back throughout your life and remember some things that you really, really wanted, that you did indeed get…
Like maybe your first car, or your first apartment or home, or even a fine pair of shoes you saw in a store window at the mall…
You have gotten a lot of things that you didn’t think you had the resources to get, when you REALLY wanted it.
And this is exactly what this series of articles is all about.
We’re going to outline 10 easy to follow steps to enable you to reach your financial goals, whatever they may be.
It doesn’t matter if your financial goal is to earn $10,000.00 per month, or you just want to have an extra $500 a month coming in so you can get the bill collectors off your back or buy a new car or get your own home…
This is a plan, a very simple plan,
that will take you from where you are
to where you want to be.
Here’s what we’ll show you how to do:
Step One – Determine WHAT you really want to accomplish financially (and otherwise)
Step Two – Determine WHY you want what you want (in Step One)
Step Three – Determine exactly WHERE you are right now
Step Four – Determine what your definition of “wealthy” is.
Step Five – Determine how much you need to earn each month to meet your current needs
Step Six – Determine how much you need to earn each month to pay for what you want (in Step One)
Step Seven – Make a plan to get out of debt (without cutting up your credit cards or doing without the things you love)
Step Eight – Make a plan to repair and/or improve your credit score
Step Nine – Make a realistic plan to earn all of the money you need without having to work a second job
Step Ten – Show you how to use your home to create a retirement nest egg that will safely and securely fund your retirement
We’ll publish a step every week on our blog located at –
(Bookmark this site, because you’ll want to come back to get the 10 other lessons.)
This will give you time to work on each step, and to get any questions that you may have answered and to give me your feedback on how we can improve this training.
I have done, and am doing, these steps myself and am having a great time growing our family’s wealth and providing a secure future for generations of my family.
It’s my hope that you will be able to do the same with this blueprint.
I have been blessed to be able to provide for my family, from a beginning of being the “dead broke and homeless” person characterized in the headline of this series…
…to owning a home and real estate and nice cars and nice stuff and we take fun vacations, with money in the bank and a solid retirement nest egg and income.
I truly want the same for you and your family.
I would really appreciate your feedback, ideas and suggestions on how I could make each module better and easier for you to grasp, learn and implement.
Please post your questions and/or comments in the “Leave a Reply” area below and I will personally respond and answer any questions to the best of my ability.
Best of success,
PS – I recommend you save these Steps to your computer, and even print each step and you can put them all together in a binder or folder and have a hard copy workbook for future use.