When it rains it pours! Since doing an interview with The National Post, I've been contacted by other media sources for interviews and this is the latest scoop.
The main local newspaper, The Telegram, has featured me and this site on the front page of yesterdays newspaper in the article "Becoming a Million Dollar Man".
Here are some snippets:
…A St. John’s man is on a Million Dollar Journey and is taking thousands of people along for the ride.
…Through investments and frugal spending, the 28-year-old is working towards being worth a million bucks by his 35th birthday.
…He suggests that people aim to save at least 10 per cent of their gross income. He and his wife try to put away 20 to 30 per cent of theirs. A key to doing that, he says, is following a credo he learned at 15 from David Chilton’s classic personal finance book “The Wealthy Barber” — “pay yourself first.” He considers that among the soundest advice he has ever heard.
I'd like to thank the journalist Mr. Bartlett for doing the interview and keeping my anonymity intact. Most of all, thank you, the readers, for visiting and supporting Million Dollar Journey.