At last count, there were nearly 10.4 million millionaires living here in the United States.
And 1,700 folks join that club as new members every single day.
Economic experts refer to those achievers as “Thrivers.”
Unfortunately, about 75% of Americans live and work and dream in a category that the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis has dubbed “The Strugglers.”
Thrivers are able to save, invest and muscle their way to bigger and bigger piles of wealth (the group will get another 3.1 million members between now and decade’s end, says the Boston Consulting Group).
But strugglers – while no doubt dreaming of better things – scuffle and scrape and barely have enough to get by.
As maudlin as it may sound, that breaks my heart.
There isn’t a person in America who wouldn’t rather be a “Thriver” than a “Struggler.”
But in my three decades as a trader, hedge-fund guy, author and an expert on wealth, I’ve come to a stunning realization – one that I want to share with you here.
The reason more people don’t make that leap, don’t become “Thrivers,” don’t become millionaires – is that they stop themselves from doing so.
You heard me correctly: They talk themselves out of becoming wealthy.
Today I’m going to show you how to wipe away that obstacle – forever.