Ill Liquidity candidly (yet, I am sure, at least a little tongue-in-cheek) shares his plan to make $7 million:
That’s the problem with most retirement plans. I figure I’ll be lucky to still want to be able to do the things I want to do now if I can make it to retirement. That’s why I, and everyone else, would like to have a 7million7year plan of my own. Right now it’s betting on the lottery.
Coincidentally, on the same day that I settled on one of my development sites (it was the $3 mill. one) I was offered a lottery ticket by a vendor … I declined, to which he said “it’s only $7 and you can win $15 mill.”
If anybody can afford $7 it’s me … yet, $15 mill. would offer a huge benefit to me, too … my blog would become $21 mill in 9 years, for example 😉
However, I still politely declined and the look on his face was one of clear non-belief i.e. “who in their right mind would turn down $15 mill. for $7”.
You see, most people’s only plan to make $7 mill. is “betting on the lottery” …
… but, that’s NEVER been my plan.
I wonder if that’s one reason why I’m rich today?