Why You're Never Too Old to Become a Millionaire Jack Canfield earned his first million-dollar check when he was 51.

By Jack Canfield

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Jack Canfield graduated from Harvard University when he was 21. However, he didn't earn his first million-dollar check until he was 51. It took him three decades to develop the skills, knowledge and connections he needed to break through. So, if you wonder where you are headed, or whether you have what it takes to become a millionaire, take heart in later-stage success stories like Canfield's. You can make it, so long as you continue to believe it's possible.

In this video, Canfield wants to make sure you stay in the right mindset by giving you tips on how to think like a millionaire. The first tip is perhaps the most important, and that's simply to believe you can do what you set your mind to. If you believe in yourself and your ideas, you will push forward when others quit, and you'll have a much better chance of making your dreams a reality.

Click play to learn more tips.

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