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How to Become a Self Made Billionaire in 5 Years [ideas Included]

How would you feel, what would you do if you had a billion dollars overnight? Do you want to be a billionaire in 5 years or less? If YES, here are 11 proven ideas & tips on how to become a self made billionaire starting with no money or experience

“We are self made, or never made.” – Dr Sidney Newton

I am Ajaero Tony Martins, an entrepreneur, investor with interest spanning the following sectors: Oil & Gas, Digital Media, Publishing, Real Estate Development. I am a stickler for pushing beyond one’s present reality. I love achieving big things, things that initially was deemed impossible. But it was not always so. I have come a long way.

I find it surprising that most people still live with the perception that money is scarce and making a billion dollars is impossible.

It is also more surprising that most people hate aiming above average. Since the year 2010, I set a personal goal to become a billionaire in my lifetime and penned down this article, I have been bombarded with criticism, encouragement and questions. Two questions being asked frequently were:

  • How do you intend to become a billionaire?
  • What are your plans?

Now you see, i believe in stretching my mind beyond my reality; I believe in going way beyond my comfort zone. More importantly, I am a stickler for thinking big and pursuing big goals. That’s why I have people like Donald Trump, Aliko Dangote and Robert Kiyosaki as business mentors. I believe that with the right perception and idea, making a billion dollars is achievable.

What Does It Take to Become a Billionaire?

After understudying the lives of billionaires such as Aliko Dangote, Bill Gates, John D. Rockefeller, Henry Ford, J. and Paul Getty; I came to a conclusion that it takes nothing special to become a billionaire fast. After all, most of the richest people in the world today were school dropouts.

To do it, all you need is a dream, a strong will and a fast plan. Once these three things are in place, the journey has commenced.

“It is my utmost desire to become a billionaire in my life time and also give away millions of dollars. I don’t think any paid employment on earth can help me achieve that dream. If I become a billionaire in my life time, I will just be another self made entrepreneur on the list. But if I don’t; I will die knowing I gave that goal my best shot.” – Ajaero Tony Martins

The truth is that there’s no outlined format, path or pattern to becoming a billionaire. In the book “Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing,” Robert Kiyosaki highlighted that there several ways to become rich. He stated that you can become rich by inheritance, by being a crook or by marrying someone rich.

Well, I see some truth in the statement above. The Walton family today are billionaires; thanks to an inheritance from the founder of WalMart, Sam Walton. There are also billionaire drug lords and ladies; who acquired wealth by crooked means and there are billionaire sports personalities and music stars like Tiger Woods, Jay-Z, Dr Dre, etc.

Now in retrospect, there are those who marry for money; that is why the media is occasionally filled with stories of billion dollar divorce lawsuits.

“I think it is a man’s duty to make all the money he can, keep all that he can and give away all that he can.” – John D. Rockefeller

“If you want to successfully go up the mountain, ask the man who has gone through it to and fro.” – Zen Master

How Long Does It Take to Become a Billionaire?

You see, the path of becoming a billionaire is not an overnight journey. It is not like enrolling in college or having a paid job; where you know that you will promoted based on years spent or achievements made. In the world of business and investing, there are no guarantees; no promotion plans, no hope for pension or gratuity. In fact, there’s no paycheck for you especially when you are just starting out

“Of the billionaires I have known, money just brings out the basic traits in them. If they were jerks before they had money, they are simply jerks with a billion dollars.” – Warren Buffett

It took Aliko Dangote approximately 30 years to become a billionaire and emerge the richest black man in the world. It took John D. Rockefeller 25 years of oil drilling and distribution to become a billionaire. It approximately took 10 years for Bill Gates, Larry Page, Sergey Brin, Jerry Yang and David Filo to become billionaires. But Mark Zuckerberg became the youngest billionaire in the world in less than five years.

“Twenty years and $40 billion; they seem like good round numbers.” – Michael Dell

“I was worth about over a million dollars when I was twenty-three and over ten million dollars when I was twenty-four, and over a hundred million dollars when I was twenty-five and it wasn’t that important because I never did it for the money.” – Steve Jobs

So if it’s your goal to become a billionaire in your lifetime, then just start the process and forget about the time it would take to get there. After all, Entrepreneurship is a journey, not a destination.

“The most important thing is to enjoy yourself and continue to work. Life is a journey, not a destination. That’s also true in business; your objectives keep moving.” – Thomas J. Burrell

What Skills are Required to Become a Billionaire?

“Most people think small because most people are afraid of success, afraid of making decisions, afraid of winning. And that gives people like me a great advantage.” – Donald Trump

“Money was never a big motivation for me except as a way to keep score. The real excitement is playing the game.” – Donald Trump

“Build wealth as a by-product of your business success. If wealth is your only objective in business, you will probably fail.” – J. Paul Getty

“Skills make you rich, not theories.” – Robert Kiyosaki

As I pursue my goals and build a business, I have also taken some proactive measures to enhance my skills. I have attended seminars, read books, listened to tapes and held one on one consultation with experts. I also receive mentorship advice from other entrepreneurs and investors who are ahead of me in the game. Now what exactly are the skills I am striving to develop? You will find your answers below.

“One of the most stupid things to do is to pretend you are smart. When you pretend to be smart, you are at the height of stupidity.” – Rich Dad

“Seek advice on risk from the wealthy who still take risks, not friends who dare nothing more than a football bet.” – J. Paul Getty

Steps to Become a Self Made Billionaire in 5 Years

i. Start With a Dream

“I intend to be, the richest man in the world.” – Howard Hughes

“It does not take money to make money.” – Robert Kiyosaki

Becoming a billionaire begins with a dream. One of the free gifts given to us by our creator is the gift of imagination. It costs nothing to dream. Yet, most people don’t dare to dream and those who do, dream small.

“People who dream small dreams continue to live as small people.” – Rich Dad

“Aim for the highest.” – Andrew Carnegie

On several occasions, I have shared my dream to create wealth and be a billionaire with friends and all I got were fingers pointing at me saying; “you must be a joker.” Do statements like that deter me? My answer is no. I still continue to dream big and pursue that dream vigorously. If becoming a billionaire is your lifetime goal; then allow your mind to wander; dream big and shut your ears to critics.

“I always knew I was going to be rich. I don’t think I ever doubted it for a minute.” – Warren Buffett

“You are nuts and you should be proud of it. Stick with what you believe in.” – Trip Hawkins

“All men dream, but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake up in the day and find out that it was vanity. But the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dreams with open eyes to make it possible.” – T. E. Lawrence

ii. Develop the Billionaire’s Mindset or Thinking Pattern

“If I lose a billion dollars, I will have it back in less than five years.” – Henry Ford

The second step to becoming a billionaire is to develop the mindset of billionaires. Do you know that the thinking capacity of millionaires differ from that of billionaires? To become a billionaire, you must develop your mindset to accommodate that status. You must think big and you must also increase your capacity to handle the corresponding risk.

“You must take risks, both with your own money or with borrowed money. Risk taking is essential to business growth.” – J. Paul Getty

Becoming a billionaire means being willing to risk failure; you must also bear in mind that achieving any worthwhile goal in life requires sacrifice. You must see possibilities in the actualization of your dreams and ultimately, you must train your eyes to see opportunities disguised as problems; you must see opportunities others don’t see.

“Someone asked me, ‘how can I find a good business opportunity? I replied, ‘go and look for adversity.’ If you can handle adversity, you will find opportunity. Adversity and opportunity are two inseparable twins.” – Ajaero Tony Martins

“A good businessman must have nose for business the same way a journalist has nose for news. Once your eyes, ears, nose, heart and brain are trained on business, you sniff business opportunities everywhere. In places where people see a lot of obstacles, I see a lot of opportunities.” – Orji Uzor Kalu

“If you want to go broke; go it big. I will prefer to lose a billion dollars than to lose a million dollars.” – Ajaero Tony Martins

iii. Increase your Business Skills

“Skills make you rich, not theories.” – Rich Dad

Increasing your business skills is essential to the entrepreneurial process. In fact, becoming a billionaire requires more than just business skills. It require financial intelligence, strong intra personal skills and investing skill. Making money is a skilled act; making money is all about utilizing your acquired entrepreneurial skills.

“The ability to sell is the number one skill in business. If you cannot sell, don’t bother thinking about becoming a business owner.” – Rich Dad

iv. Develop a Fast Business idea

“There are fast ideas and slow ideas, just as there are fast trains and slow trains. When it comes to money, most people are on the slow train looking out the window watching the fast train pass them by. If you want to become rich quickly, your plan must include fast ideas.” – Robert

From my personal point of view, this is where the work begins in the entrepreneurial process to becoming a billionaire. To achieve your dream of becoming a billionaire, you need a fast business idea; accompanied by a fast plan.

“All achievements, all earned riches have their beginning in an idea.” – Andrew Carnegie

Now what do I mean by a fast business idea and a fast plan? In previous articles, I stressed the point that the world is filled with brilliant ideas but the world lack seasoned entrepreneurs. This is why I emphasized you increase your business skills before ever starting a business; the world is filled with brilliant ideas.

Any idea can take you to the place of your dreams but if becoming a billionaire is your priority, then any idea is not enough. You need a fast business idea. A fast business idea is an idea that’s hot in demand; an idea that’s in line with the growing trend.

A fast idea solves a very critical problem and most times; fast ideas are usually the pioneer solution to people’s problems or needs; or let me rather say innovated/improved versions of other people’s idea. As an illustration to prove the importance of developing a fast idea, I will share with you the following stories.

Early 1900, there was a growing demand for oil throughout the world and entrepreneurs such as John D. Rockefeller and J. Paul Getty took advantage of this growing demand; and they became billionaires. When the demand for affordable means of transportation came up, Henry Ford took advantage of it and became a billionaire; so also did Cornelius Vanderbilt.

“I have no complex about wealth. I have worked very hard for my money; producing things people need.” – J. Paul Getty

Aliko Dangote saw a growing demand for commodities in Nigeria and he positioned himself as a fast solution provider; today, he is not only a billionaire but also the richest black man in the world. Computers came as a trend and Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Larry Ellison, Ted Waitt and Michael Dell developed fast ideas to take advantage of this trend; and they ended up becoming billionaires.

“I’m the NO 1 developer in New York. I’m the biggest in Atlantic City, and maybe we will keep it that way.” – Donald Trump

The internet came as a trend and Larry Page, Jerry Yang, Steve Case, Jeff Bezos and Pierre Omidyar developed fast ideas to take advantage of the trend and they became billionaires. Mark Zuckerberg saw a there was a growing need among people to reconnect with their high school mates or lost friends. He stepped in with a solution (Facebook) and became a billionaire.

So if you want to join this list of billionaires; you need to develop a fast business idea. I don’t know, but a great way to start is to ask yourself the question; “What is the next coming trend? Will it be biotechnology, alternative power, genetic engineering, artificial intelligence or something else? Only time will tell.

v. Find a Business Coach or Mentor

Let me divulge a secret to you. If you are mentored by a billionaire; chances are high that you will end up a billionaire. I have seen young entrepreneurs perform excellently simply because they are being mentored by billionaires. So when looking for a business coach or mentor; find one that’s a billionaire already or has direct access to billionaires

“Seek advice on risk from the wealthy who still take risks, not friends who dare nothing more than a football bet.” – J. Paul Getty

A good way to go is to seek business mentors who are Venture Capitalists, investment bankers, angel investors and deal makers. Getting a business coach from any of these fields will do you good and you will learn tremendously from their wealth of experience. Now how do you break into this circle of great men? My answer is I don’t know. All I can say is to repeat what Winston Churchill said:

“He who must dig will surely find a spade; where there’s a will, there’s a way.” – Winston Churchill

If you still can’t get access to exclusive mentorship, then buy books authored by those entrepreneurs and investors you look up to as role models and soak yourself in their knowledge. Read and read as if your life depends on it; and put what you have read into practice. This was exactly what i did and still do to this day.

vi. Start a Business

“To build wealth today, you must be in your own business.” – J. Paul Getty

What has starting a business got to do with becoming a billionaire? My answer is everything. Take a look at the successful entrepreneurs who are billionaires; take a look at the school drop out billionaires of this world like Larry Ellison or Bill Gates and you will observe a pattern.

They all built mega businesses and those mega businesses made them rich. To make you understand the point I am trying to buttress, take a look at the list below.

How Billionaires Made their Money

  • 1900 – Andrew Carnegie made his money from steel in the united states – 5 million
  • 1910 – John D. Rockefeller became a billionaire in oil – $1.4 billion
  • 1920 – Henry Ford became a billionaire in the auto industry – $1 billion
  • 1940 – Howard Hughes became a billionaire with military aircrafts, contract, tools and movies – $1.5billion
  • 1957 – J. Paul Getty became a billionaire in oil – $1 billion
  • 1962 – Henry Ross Perot became a billionaire with EDS – $3.8 billion
  • 1970 – Sam Walton took Wal-Mart public and became a billionaire – $22 billion
  • 1980 – Ron Perelman made fortune as a Wall Street deal maker – $3.8 billion
  • 1990 – Jerry Yang founded Yahoo! – $3.7 billion
  • 2008 – Aliko Dangote became the richest black man in the world as a manufacturer – $3.3 billion
  • 2010 – Mark Zuckerberg became a billionaire with – $6 billion

“”Build wealth as a byproduct of your business success. If wealth is your only objective in business, you will probably fail.” – J. Paul Getty

So if these men became billionaires simply by building businesses; then there’s surely a doorway to becoming a billionaire through entrepreneurship. Even Warren Buffett, the acclaimed richest investor in the world made his money as an entrepreneur, by building Berkshire Hathaway from scratch; and then using it as leverage to buy other businesses.

“The richest people in the world build networks; everyone else is trained to look for work.” – Rich Dad

While my peers and age mates are out there looking for high paying jobs in the oil and gas sector, I am critically thinking how to solve other people’s problem and take advantage of new opportunities i see around. I want to simply identify needs, create companies to satisfy these needs and then scale up. I want to serve more and more people.

This is exactly how I intend to become a billionaire; by solving other people’s problem and taking advantage of arising opportunities. It’s as simple as ABC. If you want to become a millionaire or billionaire, then start a business and serve other people.

vii. Assemble a Strong Business Team

A strong business team is vital to achieving your dream of building a business and becoming a billionaire. My mentor, Aliko Dangote; the richest black man in the world once attributed his success to his business management team and if you should take a critical look at his statement, you will observe the truth in its entirety.

No successful entrepreneur ever became a billionaire alone; they all have a team of professionals, who are smarter than they are.

“Successful businessmen share the ability to hire people smarter than they are.” – Dillard Munford

Your business management team will really prove vital to you especially in the game of raising venture capital. No venture capitalist or private investor will invest in a business that lacks a strong team. Just as a venture capitalist friend of mine told me in a discussion that:

VCs would rather invest in a business venture with an average product and a strong management team than invest in a business with an excellent product with a weak management team.”

So whenever a protégé ask me the secret of raising capital successfully, I reply; “Go and assemble a strong business team.” As simple as that answer may be, it’s the ultimate secret to raising capital and eventually becoming a billionaire.

Who is on your team? This is a million dollar question that most entrepreneurs take for granted. So are you still interested in becoming a billionaire? Then find a team that will work with you towards the actualization of your goal.

viii. Raise Capital for your Business

“If you owe the bank $100, that’s your problem. If you owe the bank $100 million, that’s the bank’s problem.” – J. Paul Getty

Raising capital is essential to the process of becoming a billionaire. In the points I mentioned above, I emphasized the need to develop a fast business plan and start a business. Now the flipside is that you will require capital to leverage the potential of a fast business idea. You can raise capital by approaching angel investors, Venture Capitalists and private investors with your business idea.

But I want to state clearly that there’s more to raising capital than simply approaching investors and asking for money. Raising capital is a process that requires continuous learning; you need to keep learning how to pitch investors. The manner in which you pitch angel investors is quite different from the way you pitch VCs; so you have to learn both.

But ultimately, expect disappointments. A good piece of advice I normally give to my protégés is to tell them to start a small business with whatsoever they have.

I believe in thinking big, starting small and finishing big; I encourage them to also do the same. Facebook, Google, Yahoo, Apple and Amazon all started small until the funding came. I also started small and grew my capital base with time, so I expect you to do the same. Start small but think big.

“Despise not the days of little beginning.” – The Holy Bible

ix. Take your Company Public

“Taking a company public is the rite of passage for any entrepreneur.” – Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing

“Unfortunately, we are not a public company. We are a private group of companies and I can do what I want.” – Richard Branson

I don’t believe going public is a key to becoming a billionaire, but since most of the world’s billionaires all started companies that went public; I had to become a believer. I think going public is a big leap in your quest to become a billionaire. Think of it as a kind of financial leverage; using other people’s money to grow.

“If you are acquired, a company validates you. If you go public, the market – the world validates you.” – Fortune magazine

Nobody can definitely force you to go public but if it’s a way forward for you, then you better start learning the rudiments of building a company that will end up going public because it is a task that requires great responsibility.

“The new issues and IPO market is just like other businesses. The market is always looking for the flavor of the month. If you want to be very rich, part of your strategy as a business owner is to be building a company the market want, before the market wants it.” – Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing

x. Invest in Other Businesses

“Once you have made it, you will understand that any business is limited in the challenges it offers. You will want and need other games to play, so you will look for other ventures to hold your interest.” – J. Paul Getty

This is probably the easiest part in the process of becoming a billionaire. Whether you go public or not, your business has the potential to make you a billionaire but to maintain that status; you will have to make a couple of external strategic investments. This is another scene where the need for a business team comes into a play.

“Men of means look at making money as a game which they love to play.” – J. Paul Getty

  • In February 1998, Warren Buffett disclosed that he had acquired 130million ounces of silver and stored it in a warehouse. Warren Buffett; at several intervals has made strategic investments in Goldman Sachs, Coca Cola and other companies.
  • In September 1998, Canadian business ran an article indicating that Bill Gates has made a buy in silver, acquiring a 10.3% stake for $12million of a Canadian silver company listed on the Vancouver stock exchange.
  • In 2010, a TV analysis on Oracle Corporation revealed that Larry Ellison has led Oracle to acquire 57 companies in a space of five years. If these self made billionaires are still investing even after hitting the pinnacle of success, why shouldn’t you.

No matter how smart I am, I can never know it all and I can never take advantage of every opportunity I come across. I am strapped for time; and I have limited manpower and resource to pursue every single opportunity. So what do I do? I simple put my money into other businesses or startup ideas that gets my nod.

I want to state categorically that i don’t invest primarily in the stock market, as it doesn’t suit my investment plan. Though in the early days of my hustle, i invested in the stock market. Today, i look at investments where i have more control over it’s workings like real estate and startups.

xi. Stick to the Process

“You must not only learn to live with tension, you must seek it out. You must learn to thrive on stress.” – J. Paul Getty

This is probably the most difficult task of all. Most people are very good at starting things but sticking to it until it yields result becomes a problem. Success does not come overnight; it’s a product of continuous unwavering effort. Just as every goal requires a process; so does the goal to become a self made billionaire requires a process, and that process is not an easy one.

“I built a conglomerate and emerged the richest black man in the world in 2008 but it didn’t happen overnight. It took me thirty years to get to where I am today. Youths of today aspire to be like me but they want to achieve it overnight. It’s not going to work. To build a successful business, you must start small and dream big. In the journey of entrepreneurship, tenacity of purpose is supreme.” – Aliko Dangote

Sticking to the entrepreneurial process of becoming a billionaire implies staying focused on your goal; while avoiding distractions and negative influence. Sticking to the process may imply making a few sacrifices; handling disappointments with a positive attitude and facing business challenges bravely.

“Patience; this is the greatest business asset. Wait for the right time to make your moves.” – J. Paul Getty

As a final note, i want to clearly state that becoming a billionaire is within the reach of every individual but unfortunately, many will not aim for it because anything worth having has a price tag; and many dread the price of success.

They would rather live in mediocrity than attempt to go beyond their comfort zone. Now that i have taken the pain to explain the process of becoming a billionaire fast, i believe the rest is up to you. If becoming a billionaire is your dream, I encourage you to pursue that dream vigorously and I will see you at the top.

“God is such a loving father. He gave everyone of us a blank signed check. Anything you write on that check will be yours. But unfortunately; most people die poor because they don’t dare to write something big on that check. That check is a gift called life.” – Ajaero Tony Martins

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What Business Ideas Can Make You A Billionaire?
  • Real Estate
  • CFD Trading
  • Cryptocurrency
  • Insurance Company
  • Oil and Gas Industry/Oil services and equipment
  • Telecommunication services/Communication equipment/software
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Semi-Conductors
  • Consumer Financial Services
  1. Is It Possible To Become A Billionaire In 5 Years Starting From Zero?

According to an analysis of the Forbes’ 2020 Billionaires List by British sports betting firm OLBG, it takes the average billionaire 21 years to make their first billion. Though there are some people who have beat that odds and have done it faster than this. People like;

  • Mark Zuckerberg – 4 years
  • Jeff Bezos – 4 years
  • Mark Cuban – 4 years
  • Li Weiwei – 4 years
  • Evan Spiegel – 3 years
  • Evan Spiegel – 3 years
  • Gary Winnick – 1.5 years
  • Jay Walker – 1 year
  1. Can You Become A Billionaire With No Money?

Yes, of course. A lot of billionaires became one without having prior help. Some of the ways you can become a billionaire with no money include;

  • Get your money mindset right.
  • Create a financial plan
  • Get on a budget
  • Live below your means
  • Create multiple streams of income
  • Boost your current income
  • Invest your money
  1. What Jobs Make You A Billionaire?

While a lot of people argue that a mere employment cannot make you a billionaire, but there are certain jobs that can get you those figures down the line with perseverance, wisdom and frugality. They include;

  • Investment Banker
  • Athlete
  • Lawyer
  • Real Estate Developer
  • Surgeon
  • Inventor
  1. What Is The Secret Formula Behind Becoming A Billionaire?

There are five strategies most billionaires have used to go from broke and hopeless, to absolutely on top of the world. If you’re looking to replicate their success, then you need to heed the following strategies and take them to heart.

  • Create something that adds an abundant amount of value to the world.
  • Create a consumable product that people love.
  • Insert yourself as a service provider into a high-growth industry.
  • Find a way to improve communications or connection online.
  • Invest in real estate and grow your portfolio over time.
  1. How Can One Become A Billionaire In The 21st Century?

Some of the strategies you can apply to become a billionaire in this 21st century include;

  • Start your own business
  • Join a fast-growing company
  • Become a specialist
  • Secure a management position in a big or highly profitable company
  • Take the frugal and slow way to wealth
  • Get into the financial industry or become an investor
  • Start with real-estate trading
  • Get famous
  1. How Do You Become A Billionaire From Being A Writer?

Of the 2,604 billionaires in the world right now, only one of them is a writer, J.K Rowlings. That just goes to show that the word ‘writer’ and ‘billionaire’ don’t go together that much. But then again, since one person has done it, then you can also do it. Here is how;

  • You MUST hone your craft
  • Find the right balance between meeting commercial imperatives without compromising your vision as an author
  • Enrol a creative writing course
  • Develop the ability to write quickly
  • Learn to write under the pressure of a deadline
  • Get your book published
  • Self-publish your books
  • Be careful when going through a publishing house
  1. How Do Most Millionaires Get Rich?

Half of the income of most billionaires comes from wages that result from business, and the other half comes from interest, dividends and capital gains. Those numbers have not changed much since 1989. Saving is also a great way to become a millionaire.

  1. What Are The Benefits Of Being Super Rich?
  • Financial Freedom
  • Greater Options and Opportunities
  • Increased Time Leverage
  • Higher Quality Health
  • Education And Self Development
  • Crisis Management
  • Join the Wealthy
  1. How Much Does The Average Billionaire Make A Year?

When you break it down, Bezos raked in over $107 million per day in 2017. This can go for most billionaires too.

  1. How Do You Go From Broke To Billionaire?
  • Mentally commit: Getting rich starts with your mindset. You must believe that you really can accumulate wealth
  • Do the math
  • Increase your income
  • Find out who has money and spend time with them
  • Stay broke: That is, greatly limit your expenses
  • Save to invest, don’t save to save
  1. How Can You Become A Billionaire Quickly If You Are Young?
  • Find your own niche, and don’t try to copy what has worked for other people
  • Dream Big
  • Be Totally Committed to Success
  • Don’t Be Afraid to Fail
  • Pay Attention to the Details
  • Build a Trustworthy Team of Advisors and Partners
  • Never Forget the Customer
  1. What Are The Specific Steps You Have To Take To Reach This Goal?
  • Learn as much as you can
  • Start saving money
  • Have retirement plans
  • Eliminate credit card debts
  • Make a long term plan
  • Consider real estate as an option
  • Business investment
  • Learn more about the stock market
  1. What Is The Fastest And Easiest Way To Become A Billionaire?

Inheritance is the fastest and easiest way to become a billionaire. Being born to a multi billionaire who who dies soon thereafter and leaves everything to you, requires no effort on your part. You can literally be a billionaire before you know it.

The easiest ways to become a billionaire doesn’t exist. Successful men don’t make their fortune effortlessly. Success doesn’t happen in one second but takes efforts and a bit of luck. You need to slow down and understand the fundamentals, get to your first million and scale it up from there.

  1. How Can You Be A Millionaire In 3 Years?

The fastest way for a regular person to do it is to build a massive business. You need to;

  • Find a problem
  • Figure out how to solve it
  • Figure out how to solve it at scale
  1. Can You Become A Millionaire At An Old Age By Living Frugally?

No, frugality alone cannot make you rich. However, practicing frugal habits such as, budgeting, living below your means, eliminating wasteful spending, and placing a high priority on saving money can all have a positive (and significant) impact on your ability to build wealth.

  1. Who Is The Youngest Billionaire?

Kylie Jenner was the youngest billionaire in the world as of 2020, with a networth of one billion U.S. dollars.

  1. What Salary Is Considered Wealthy?

Those who earn more than $373,894 are considered rich.

  1. Who Will Be The First Trillionaire?

For now, no trillionaire exists in the world.  But Social Capital founder says the world’s first trillionaire will be either Elon Musk or ‘someone like him. With a networth of $195 billion, he now beats out Jeff Bezos by about $10 billion.

  1. What Really Drives The Already Rich To Keep Striving?

After a point, money is no longer a motivator when it comes to being rich. In fact in psychology it is considered a negative motivator in that more money does not make you work harder. What really drives rich people to keep striving is the desire to continue being on top, an for some, the fear of losing everything.

  1. Can You Get Rich In Your 20s?

Yes, you can get rich in your 20s. This is how you can do it;

  • Put your social life expenses on hold
  • Build multiple revenue streams
  • Save to invest
  • Learn how to increase your income
  • Move out of the paycheck cycle
  • Aim higher than one million
  • Surround yourself with successful people
  1. If You Are 20 Years Old Now, Can You Become Billionaire By 30?

Yes, of course. Here are some of the steps you can follow:

  • Introduce a product or service that can add value to the lives of people.
  • Market your product/service aggressively
  • Note down the feedback from your customers, and make relevant changes to your product/service
  • Keep building positive connections with the people who may become your potential customers tomorrow
  • Don’t get demotivated when you fail
  • Once you start getting the profit, ensure that you reinvest the majority of profit to expand the business
  • Build a good team who are skilled and interested to work together with you
  • Target bigger goals and start investing on new business models
  1. Was Anyone A Trillionaire in 2020?

No. There were no trillionaires in 2020

  1. Can A Doctor Make 2 Million A Year?

Yes definitely. A lot of doctors earn that much. Cardiologists, heads of minimally invasive surgery, spinal surgeons and the like, can pull down those kinds of salaries in the United States.

  1. Is 500k A Year Rich?

$500,000 a year or higher is considered rich. Anybody who thinks otherwise has no concept of financial reality.

  1. What Job Gives You 1 Million Dollars A Year?
  • Managing Director, Investment Banking
  • General Partner, Private Equity
  • Portfolio Manager, Hedge Fund
  • Public Company C-Level Executive
  • Self-Help Gurus
  • Professional Athletes
  • Entertainers
  • Doctors Who Own Their Practices
  1. How Much Money Is A Zillionaire?

A zillionaire is a person who has an extremely large but unspecified amount of money. It is a person who has an immense, incalculable amount of wealth.

  1. Who Is The Richest Youtuber?

Ryan Kaji, 9, was named by Forbes as the highest-earning YouTuber of 2019, with a reported estimated income of $26 million.

  1. What Are Off Market Properties And How Can They Make You Rich?

Off-market properties are ones which trade without ever being publicly advertised for sale. They are secret opportunities that take place behind closed doors for a variety of reasons that benefit both sellers and buyers.

Apart from privacy, the most notable benefit to house hunters is that a low-profile sale sees less competition. The interest drummed up can create a competitive frenzy for the seller. Off-market deals tend to be more level-headed affairs without the emotion and mayhem of an on-the-market situation, presenting buyers the chance to negotiate terms without having to look over their shoulder.

  1. What Is The Difference Between A Large Brokerage House And A Boutique Investment Advisor Firm?
  • Large, brand-name brokerage houses are globally recognized firms that employ thousands of people and tend to be public traded companies. On the other hand, a boutique firm is a small financial firm offering specialized and personalized investment management, banking, or niche financial services.
  • Large, brand-name brokers are globally recognized and employ thousands of people and tend to be public traded companies. While, a boutique investment firm is a smaller financial advisory firm that provides specialized financial services to a particular market.
  • Large brokerage firms market their products all over the country usually through hundreds of local offices, while, boutique firms typically have a lower advisor to client ratio than the big firms.
  • Big brokerage houses offer a wide variety of financial products on their platforms as the model involves selling many different products through their large distribution systems. While most boutique firms focus on certain specialties or niches.
  • The larger firms often employ far more layers of management and support staff as well as their overhead of rents of prime high street office spaces in city centers and large advertising budgets. While boutique advisors generally have less overhead structures.
  1. How Old Do You Have To Be To Invest In Business And Buy Stocks, Real Estate, And The Like?

You need to be up to 18 years old to buy stocks in every state of the nation (and in most cases 21). However, you can still get started early if you have someone to put you through.

  1. What Do Rich People Eat?

Wealthy people tend to be more educated about diet and nutrition, and with money comes freedom of choice. And so, the rich eat mainly fresh produce (from Whole Foods), and they don’t eat lot of processed food. They eat a huge variety of sustainably grown fruits and vegetables, fancy cheeses, wild-caught fish, fresh bread etc.

  1. What Are The Best Real Estate Investment Strategies For Making Quick Money?
  • Long-term residential rentals
  • Lease options
  • Home-renovation flips
  • Contract flipping
  • Short sales
  • Vacation rentals
  • Hard-money lending
  • Commercial real estate
  1. Which Jobs Will Disappear By 2030?
  • Drivers
  • Printers And Publishers
  • Cashiers
  • Travel Agents
  • Manufacturing Workers
  • Dispatchers
  • Waiting Tables And Bartending
  • Bank Tellers
  • Military Pilots And Soldiers
  • Fast Foot Workers
  • Telemarketing
  • Accountants And Tax Preparers
  • Stock Traders
  • Construction Workers
  1. Where Will The World Be In 2.8 Million Years?

There is an idea that 2 million years from now, humans on different planets will have evolved into entirely separate species that may or may not know the others exist. In other words, we will turn into aliens.

  1. What Jobs Make 200k A Year?
  • Anesthesiologist
  • Cardiologist
  • Periodontist
  • Dentist
  • Physician
  • Certified nurse anesthetist
  1. What Is It About People Like Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Or Jeff Bezos That Makes Their Perceived Value So High?

The world loves success, and people Like Bill Gates, Elon Musk, or Jeff Bezos are the world’s definition of success. They are all in an exclusive club that only few get to enjoy.  So invariably, they continue to make the news as far as finance, business and entrepreneurship is concerned.

  1. But Does That Mean We Should Be Envious Or Enraged At The People At The Proverbial Top?

Of course not. We can only aim to be like them. The fact remains that you cannot become what you despise. If you despise the wealth, you cannot be wealthy.

  1. How Can You Make 100k A Year Without A Degree?

For you to make 100 thousand dollars a year without a degree, you should either get a job or start a business. Some of the jobs that can guarantee you 100k a year without a degree include;

  • Real Estate Broker
  • Sales Consultant
  • Air Traffic Controller
  • Virtual Assistant
  • Plumber
  • Firefighter or Police Officer
  • Site Manager
  • Owner operator driver
  1. What Jobs Pay 300000 A Year?
  • Anesthesiologist
  • ​Nurse anesthetist
  • ​Chief executive
  • ​Marketing manager
  • ​Computer and information systems manager
  • ​Optometrist
  • ​Orthodontist
  • ​Surgeon
  1. What Jobs Make 100 An Hour?
  • Underwater Welder
  • Anesthesiologist
  • Commercial Pilot
  • Tattoo Artist: The top 10 percent of tattoo artists earn on average $130 an hour but, like pilots, they’re not working 40 hours a week at that rate. They usually negotiate a price per tattoo with the client.
  • Arbitrator
  • Orthodontist
  • Interior Designer
  • Hand Model
  • Life Coach
  1. What Return Should You Expect On Your Investments?

Most investors would view an average annual rate of return of 10% or more as a good ROI for long-term investments in the stock market.

  1. Does Bill Gates Carry Cash?

Bill Gates does not carry a wallet with him. He is enormously wealthy but he walks around with no money.

  1. When Starting Your Own Company, Is It Better To Do So On A National Level Or An International Level?

If you are a new entrepreneur, it would be best for you to start your company locally first before taking it global. The reason for this is that there are a lot of issues involved in taking a company global. Your due diligence should include research on language, local traditions and cultural differences that will shape your sales and marketing efforts.

A startup business would not be able to contend with these and many other complex issues, so it is better you get your business grounded first before going global.