Meet Debbie!

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ANNOUNCEMENT: To kick off the final stages of the selection process, AJC is going LIVE!!!

That’s right, starting Thursday, May 29 @ 8pm CST 7million7years is coming to a web-cam near you! All you need to participate is a PC with sound and broadband connection – AJC has the web-cam!!

Click here for more details: be a ton of fun!

Now, for today’s Featured Applicant …


Meet Debbie!

I’m a full time freelance writer and mom of two boys. 

I currently work about 10 hours a day, but it’s all broke up around the kids schedules. I figure there is time to sleep later in life!

I don’t ever give up until I get what I’m after – sometimes this is a strength and sometimes it’s not!

Either way, I don’t believe anyone is “stuck” in their financial ituations – life is what we make of it and I’m prepared to earn financial freedom within the next 7 years (or sooner!)


What is 7 Millionaires … In Training! all About?!

Recently, I sent out a Casting Call (you still have time to apply!) for what I call my “Grand Experiment” … a real attempt to create 7 Millionaires in just 7 Years!

My desire is to ‘prove’ that my methods for real wealth are replicable (you can read about them on my blog: How to Make $7 Million in 7 Years) – naturally, not by everybody, but by anybody with a dream, a desire, a will, and a way. If you supply the first three, I will help light the way …

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Debbie you sure sound like a millionaire in the making!

Debbie, you sound like an absolute acheiver.Remember the words of Winston Churchill….”Never Give Up”. I totally believe that with your mindset and attitude, you will most definitely succeed in becoming a millionaire and more than likely, well within the 7 years that Adrian Cartwood has envisaged.

Yay Debbie! You go girl. If anybody can do it, it’s you.

@ All – Debbie’s a real ‘go-getter’ … as a contributor, or as one of our 7MITs, she’ll be a definite asset to this site. Did you know that she writes her own blog? Check it out here:

@ Debbie – I think that you found a ‘secret weapon’ for the little test that I set you … you are the most-visited page so far on this blog! I know what it is, but I ain’t tellin’ …. keep it up! 🙂

Good on you! Go for it! I wish you all the success and look forward to reading your blog on you path to riches!

Hi AJC.. you mean it’s not my charisma?!

@ Debbie – And, I thought that was going to be our ‘secret’ … 🙂

Hi Debbie,

Good luck!


Hey Deb, I wish you heaps of luck with this. You are so great to have on our Wonderful Web Women team as our writer. You’ll succeed at what ever you put your mind to.

@ Debbie – YouTube … a VERY NICE/IMAGINATIVE idea!


perhaps imaginative.. but very poor video-making skills!

[…] of them was Debbie, who received a ‘good luck’ comment from ‘Janet’ … I followed the […]

I thought i’d check back just to see how you are doing. I love the idea of the You Tube Video. It was a great idea. Keep up the good work Debbie.


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Hi debbie, i’d always want to visit your blog. Thank for sharing tips on how to reduce budget in order to pay off debts gradually.