How To Become A Millionaire (On An Average Wage)
One of the toughest and most valuable questions that most people can ask themselves is, “How do I become a millionaire on an average salary?”
That’s because the majority of people eventually find themselves in a situation where they are living at or above their means, despite whatever amount of money it is they actually bring in every month or year.
And when you’re in that scenario it doesn’t matter if you’re making £25k per year or £125k per year.
That’s because your financial behaviours turn those numbers into the equivalent of generating a mid-level wage; you’re constantly tickling your overdraft, and yet you expect to create wealth without having to pay for it, so to speak.
Sadly, for the majority of people that model eventually breaks down; either when economies spin from cyclical ups to downturns, or as events like retirement arrive and spending regret sets in.
But there are those who come to realise along the way that if being in debt is considered a normal state of affairs, then they should move against the grain – and accept by doing so that the herd will likely judge their approach to money as being unusual or even unreasonable.
As George Bernard Shaw wrote: “The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.”
We have put together a short free guide entitled, How To Become A Millionaire (On An Average Wage) that’s designed to help you better understand your money and help turn financial fantasies into more realistic goals.
You’ll receive the guide immediately once you register, and thereafter we’ll send you brief updates, tips and financial strategies to help guide and remind you that creating wealth is a process that’s both real and achievable.
Your high net world awaits.
Ed Emerson, Director, HNW