1. Start with only one dollar.
2. Buy something that you can get for a buck, then use your genius to turn it into a few more dollars.
3. Use that amount to buy more valuable things and continue the process.
4. Get clever, get excited, and race to one million dollars!
5. If you need supplies to fix something up, it has to come out of your current amount (e.g., out of your 3 or 10 or 50 dollars if that's where you're at). You cannot use extra money because that would defy the whole point.
6. Don't give in to the temptation to spend the money before you get to 1 million. Go big, or go home.
7. Make this a journey of personal improvement, not a greedy quest for wealth.
8. Share with us your successes, failures, and insights.
Featured Success Story.
Laura Palmer, 46, Idaho
Laura is a wife, a mother, a grandmother, and a homemaker. To date, she has turned her $1 dollar into $1752.82 dollars! Her trick, she says, "design on a dime." She has learned to thrift shop like nobody's business and turn 'diamonds in the rough' into something beautiful. Laura has fought against years of financial hardship, a more recent development of an auto-immune disease, and the heartache of extended family struggles.
Laura's advice is, "Find little miracles in every single day. There's always something to be grateful for; there's always something to be happy about."