Daisy Chan, of Woman’s Day magazine, profiled me, along with two other people who turned a small amount of money into…more than a small amount.
Self-made fortunes all begin the same way: with a good idea and some startup cash. Steal these savings tips from three millionaires who made a little into a lot.
Winning the lottery is everyone’s fantasy, but the better bet is on a plan that relies more on pluck than luck.
”You can become wealthy if you’re disciplined, consistent and patient,” says Andrew Hallam, who pulled it off on a teacher’s salary.
These qualities are especially important when you’re starting out and trying to save the money needed to get your business idea (or investment strategy) off the ground.
Read more in this Woman’s Day magazine article