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It’s a new year, and if one of your resolutions is to increase your income in 2014, then you’re in luck! Join us as career/lifestyle expert and creator of the annual Design Your Life Summit Cornelia Shipley discusses how you can earn more money by changing your mindset and following nine simple steps. Whether you’re unemployed, an entry-level employee, a CEO or self-employed, anyone can improve their financial standing with a well thought-out action plan. She’ll help you get over your fear of money and how to earn it, get you thinking about different revenue streams (such as turning a hobby into a business, or buying a franchise or even launching an online venture), and put you on the path to being knowledgeable about your finances in terms of stocks, bonds and even real estate investing. Here’s some of what you’ll learn:

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Despite the hype and online advertising trying to convince you that you can get rich working from home and earning some astronomical amount of money every two seconds (yes, this is an exaggeration), the fact still remains that most millionaires earn their money the old-fashioned way – by working hard for it. According to Thomas J. Stanley's book, The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America's Wealthy, only 20% of millionaires inherited their riches. The other 80% are what you'd call nouveau riche: first-generation millionaires who earned their cash on their own. Many millionaires simply worked, saved, and lived within their means to generate their wealth. Think accountants and managers: regular people going to work every day. According to Yahoo! Finance, just about half of all millionaires are either self-employed or own their own business. So, the truth of the matter is you can become a millionaire whether you own a business or you choose to work for someone else. Here are some tips on how to be a millionaire, no matter what you do for work:

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