Inspiration Station: Grant Sabatier

He went from having less than £3 to his name to being a millionaire in 5 years; Grant Sabatier has become a huge influential figure in the financial freedom community thanks to his incredible story and his popular blog

He has published a book called ‘Financial Freedom‘ that got some very positive reviews from readers on Amazon. I have yet to read it but I have definitely added it to my ‘To read’ list.

I watched a couple of his interviews on Youtube and I highly suggest watching this one, which really captures what he believes in and the process by which he became a millionaire by the age of 30.

He also has some cool calculators available on this website including:

To conclude: I love a ‘rags to riches’ story, proving that anything is possible!

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June 2020 (b)

A very short post to say that I have another £100 invested this month.

This brings me to a grand total of… £200 invested towards my £1,000,000 goal.

So this is 0.0002% of my goal; better this than 0% I suppose.

Consistency, consistency, consistency.

June 2020 – My first £100

I have this very ambitious goal… of becoming a millionaire! I am just an ordinary woman, with an ordinary just-above-minimum-wage job.

Is it possible without becoming obsessed with money?

Can I do this whilst sticking to my values?

Can an anxious 30-year-old-something person really become a millionaire?

The short answer is: probably not. However, I wanted to find a resource somewhere that would enable me to do that. So why no create it myself? A diary of the ups and downs on this journey, which will lead to growth and better self-awareness whether I succeed or not. I realize that I am in a better starting position than most people as I live in a European country and don’t have any consumer debt. I can also afford to save something every month, for which I am very grateful. I am doing this for my future-self to ensure a good life for my future children and our retirement.

So I am officially starting at £100 with my first investment in a stocks and shares ISA. Wish me luck!

Fun fact: it would take over 833 years for me to become a millionaire with my current rate of saving …