Calculating Your Number

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Yesterday, one of our Final 15 asked for help with their spreadsheet – using their draft as a hypothetical, we made a couple of assumptions and came up with the following:

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The whole purpose of the 7 Millionaires … In Training! ‘grand experiment’ is to help this Finalist – and everybody else in the 7m7y Community (active participant or not) – to get to their Number.

Understanding the Number for you is just the first (but, most critical) step off the precipice …

… be warned, once you take that first little step there is no turning back 🙂

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