Meet Fanny!

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Meet Fanny!

If you’re in Colorado, tune your dial to KRYD FM tomorrow morning (that’s May 22) @ 7.15 am when 7 Millionaires … In Training! hits the airwaves!!

If you listen in, you’ll find out that I have a face for radio and a voice to match … c’est la vie …

Fanny is just one of the many applicants to my unique 7 Millionaires … In Training! ‘experiment’ (keep reading to the end of this post to find out more!). Applications close at Midnight CST on June 2nd after which I will start the short-listing process … good luck Fanny – and, good luck to everybody who has applied and will apply!

American dreams are very real and alive in hearts of many immigrants.

I deeply believe that in the land of the free, the honest & the brave will find a way.   I am a first generation immigrant from Indonesia.

My goal is to be financially free so I can be involved in things that matters the most: promoting Indonesian culture.  I believe, with God’s grace, I can achieve my goal while helping other people to pursue the same dream.


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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April 2nd is past, or a long way off depending on how you look at it. Did you mean June 2nd?

@ Jason – Nice catch, thanks! Did anybody else spot the deliberate error?! 😉

Good to hear your story, Fanny!
Many of the most successful people I’ve met have been first generation immigrants, many of whom owned their own businesses.