If you follow my blog, you know that the word, “millionaire” — as in, Happy Sexy Millionaire — has a special meaning to me. It’s partly about money, of course, but don’t get caught up on that… it means much more.
It doesn’t necessarily mean having a net worth in excess of one million dollars. It means something much broader. It means having the means to live the life of your dreams, whatever those dreams may be.
It could mean a million dollars, but not necessarily. It could mean much more… five million, ten million… or maybe just $50K. (But then, Happy Sexy Thousandaire doesn’t sound as good, eh?). The specific number is up to you, if you have a number in mind (for net worth, annual income, monthly income, whatever).
I do have my own number, for goal-setting purposes, but more importantly, for me, “millionaire” is like a code word. It’s shorthand for a whole cluster of associated ideas and emotions: abundance, generosity, success, lifestyle, travel, and so on. And one word in particular…
“Millionaire” is my label for the mental and emotional state I evoke when I want to feel empowered and free to do whatever I want to do in life. To go wherever I want to go, to be the sparkling, golden woman that I want to be… to attempt bold things, to dream big, to be a badass, and to generally live an epic life. It is this millionaire mindset that allowed me to, among other things, travel the world for a year. And then settle down in a picturesque, medieval hilltop village in Umbria, Italy — the kind of place you thought only exists in movies.
None of this actually required a million dollars… it only required that I think big, picture my millionaire lifestyle, and then plan accordingly. Step by step, it all just fell into place. Because, in my mind, it was not only possible — it was easy.
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