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August 24, 2005

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I think the typical American millionaire is very common in the west simply because all the opportunities are there - the economy is the number one in the world, the dollar is stronger than ever before, the politics are stable and entrepreneurship given time, enthusiasm, persistence and sound managerial skills will prosper. More importantly, America is rich with natural resources where all the ingredients of becoming rich and affluent is simply the fertile ground to flourish. It is also rational to believe that becoming an employer is one reason in making it big in the business world less be a top notch professional or CEO in big business empire is not that distant dream to become a typical American Millionaire.

I think the typical American millionaire is very common in the west simply because all the opportunities are there - the economy is the number one in the world, the dollar is stronger than ever before, the politics are stable and entrepreneurship given time, enthusiasm, persistence and sound managerial skills will prosper. More importantly, America is rich with natural resources where all the ingredients of becoming rich and affluent is simply the fertile ground to flourish. It is also rational to believe that becoming an employer is one reason in making it big in the business world less be a top notch professional or CEO in big business empire is not that distant dream to become a typical American Millionaire.

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