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“I remember making my first million dollars.”
Sure, it’s a sentence we’d all love to be saying sooner rather than later.
However, given the fact there are relatively few millionaires in the world, the dream of making our first million dollars, let alone a second or third, seems pretty far away, doesn’t it?
It doesn’t have to be.