A nice little video that shows you how to become wealthy the Surprise Millionaire way. Saving and investing over the long-term is the key. So what are you waiting for? Time to get started!
Those of you who are new to the Surprise Millionaires may not have had a chance to meet one of my heros, Mr. Earl. I profiled Mr. Earl on this blog years ago and consider him to be one of my original Surprise Millionaires. So sit back and get ready to be inspired!
I think we can all agree that when stress takes it’s toll on our lives it is nice to have a place to recharge our batteries. For many of us a long walk in nature where we can quietly pray or contemplate is the perfect therapy. This was certainly the case for today’s Surprise Millionaire John Repetski.
The retired western New York auto worker walked the grounds of his assisted living apartment complex every day that weather allowed. So it was only natural that part of his nearly $3 million estate was used to widen and extend the existing “friendship path” at his senior living facility to give access to more residents.
Read more about Mr. Repetski here
A word to all of you potential Surprise Millionaires out there. Remember, the key to wealth accumulation is long-term, consistent investing. Markets may rise and fall, but the long-term, consistent investor will achieve the goal of wealth accumulation by practicing these simple habits. Remember the mantra of the Surprise Millionaires, “anyone can accumulate wealth”!
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