Grant Cardone is a multi millionaire. He has trained thousands of people on how to become a millionaire and also owns his own private jet. I’m truly inspired by Grant Cardone and he’s directly influenced my bank account for the better.
If you’ve come across Grant in the past, I’m sure you’ve seen his products and books online. One of my favourite books is his “The Millionaire Booklet” which is a condensed version on how to become a millionaire.
One of the best chapters in his book is calculating the millionaire math. In order to achieve millionaire status, you need to figure out the math behind earning a million dollars.
The reason why it’s important to know your numbers is because you’ll end up doing activities that are not congruent to your utmost desire which is having a million dollars.
Below is Grant Cardone’s list of how to achieve a million dollars.
Salary $50k x 20 years
Salary $100k x 10 years
Salary $250k x 4 years
Earn $114 per hour, every hour of the year
5,000 people buy a $200 product
2,000 people buy a $500 product
10,000 people buy a $100 product
1,000 people buy a $1000 product
5,000 people pay $17 per month for 12 months.
2,000 people pay $42 per month for 12 months.
1,000 people pay $83 per month for 12 months.
500 people pay $167 per month for 12 months.
300 people pay $278 per month for 12 months.
As you can see, once you’ve outlined the millionaire math, you can get to work on hitting those numbers. Clarity is power and without a clear target, you’ll end up like a ship without a rudder just drifting aimlessly throughout life.
With Grant’s millionaire math, you’ll stay focused and eventually achieve millionaire status.
Stay Strong and Be Relentless.