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Knowing Numbers

Published on 4/7/2018
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I alway's heard that english/reading was the most important subject in middle school growing up. Looking back at it, I have to disagree. I have to say that "math" is the most important subject. Knowing math can help you with investments, saving, business, accounting, and making you rich or wealthy. Do not get me wrong, reading is very important, but if I had to pick between the two, I would pick math.

 

How will you earn $1,000,000? What are you numbers to becoming a million? Below are some numbers that you could work to help you become a millionaire, let me know in the comment section, which one you prefer, and which one is better:

 

$25 product/service x 40,000 people = $1,000,000

$50 product/service x 20,000 people = $1,000,000

$100 product/service x 10,000 people = $1,000,000

$250 product/service x 4,000 people = $1,000,000

$500 product /service x 2,000 people = $1,000,000

$1,000 product/service x 1,000 people = $1,000,000

$2,000 product/service x 500 people = $1,000,000

$5,000 product/service x 200 people = $1,000,000

$10,000 product/service x 100 people = $1,000,000

$20,000 product/service x 50 people = $1,000,000

 

There's no right or wrong, but depending on the person, the work ethic, strategies, what type of product or service it is, and their schedule. I wouldn't want a product to cost too much to the average person if it is not in high demand, but I also wouldn't want a product to be very cheap, because you would need way more people to make 1 million $. I would way a $250-$1,000 product range would be a great goal to aim for to get you to $1,000,000. Almost any product/service no matter what the cost is can make you a lot of money, you just have to market to the right people.

 

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