The $3 Starbucks Millionaire



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What could passing on a $3 cup of Starbucks coffee do for you?

Could it make you a millionaire?

Me thinks not, but let’s find out.

But first: $3?

Here in Eastern Europe it’s $5 for a large coffee.

If you’re going to piss away money on coffee, at least make sure it’s good stuff; i.e. not Starbucks 😉

I’ll tell you this:

Those frugal and minimalism bloggers advising you to someone live your life on $10 a day are unrealistic. It takes a special kind of anomaly to be able to pull that off, and actually enjoy life on any level.

I’d wager that the number of people in the world who can do it is less than those who are truly capable of building a business. The percentage for that (biz) is low, too. Many folks aren’t cut out for it, and that’s okay. Hell, I have a pretty large family and I’m the ONLY one in it that has their own company…

What’s the bottom line?

$3 at Starbucks a day * 365 days a year = $1,095

That’s not even $100 a month, it’s $91.25 to be exact.

I know I like to poke fun at digital nomads who insist on living in Thailand so they can get a $175/month apartment, but. You can see that the Starbucks Saving won’t even change much for them – it’ll only pay half their rent!

The issue with all of this is the mindset.

Changing your Starbucks addiction puts you in the mindset of being being cheap, which doesn’t inspire you to work hard and build something.

It’s focused on the present, not the future.

And we all know the future is where the millionaires are thinking.

One more thing:

A website is a key part of any business, and I consult for free if you buy via one of my affiliate links.

It’s a great way to share the love, and affiliate marketing is one of the simplest ways to make sure you can afford your Starbucks.

Anyways, you can book your consult here or at the link below:

Keep causing Trouble,


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