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Four steps to be a millionaire
Agencies
Melbourne, April 05, 2013
First Published: 01:17 IST(5/4/2013)
Last Updated: 02:25 IST(5/4/2013)

 A professional speaker, who is also a self-made millionaire has said that anyone can get rich, the condition being that the person has to remove money out of their heart.

Pat Mesiti told News.com.au that money is like a seed, and if a person invests it or gives to charity, it will come back to them.
He has listed 4 steps in which a person can reach their goal of becoming a millionaire.

Firstly, the person should get an education to learn how money works. Secondly, the individual should get around the right kind of people, as their associations in life will equal http://www.hindustantimes.com/Images/Popup/2013/4/05-04-13-pg-14a.jpgtheir assimilations in life.

Thirdly, an individual should get good advice from people who have done it.

Fourthly, the person should work on themselves and should work on their attitude and their belief system.. ANI

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