About Us


Who is Million Dollar Millennial & How did we come along?
Well I've always had the blood of an entrepreneur since the early days. I've always wanted to do something with my life and be something with my self since I was literally 10 years old. To skip a lot of my childhood and get to when I was 17 years old. I started watching videos about entrepreneurship and realized I didn't have to go to school, I didn't have to live the 9-5 life to become successful. At the point I did everything I could to get out of high school as soon as possible and start becoming a successful entrepreneur. I've been scammed, I've lost money, I've had failures, I've had trials. None of it got to me, because I knew the payoff of becoming successful was greater than the bad days that I was going through. 
I was then working on one of my side businesses and realized, "No one wanted to help me become an entrepreneur". Don't get me wrong that was a great thing as well as a bad thing because I allowed me to think for myself and it allowed my to have an even stronger mindset. I didn't really understand it, but then I did think to myself as to why that was. It's because entrepreneurs don't like to have other people steal their ideas and make it better and run them out of business, which I totally understand. Even then, why is it that no one wants to help each other with at least a little bit of advice?? I find it kind of selfish, the ones who don't really help others and only think for themselves usually have short lasting success and the ones that really stick their hands out usually have long lasting success. I find that kind of odd in a way.
Then Million Dollar Millennial was born!
So then I was thinking what can I do about this? Open a website and start a brand that can fucking change that! This is THE community where people can come to help each other, where people can come to give each other advice, help each other's on their journeys. Success is not easy, but helping someone else below you is. 
Another Note About Success.
Please remember this paragraph as it is an important lesson as to what I have learned about success. For a very long time, I thought I was on the pre-determined path to success just because I had a successful mindset. I thought that no matter what I did or did not do, I was going to be this millionaire with a voice, who owned every Lamborghini and Ferrari I could think of just because I thought like successful people, been around successful people, and did what successful people did. Well let me tell you something. No body, is on a pre-determined path to success. I MEAN NOBODY! In the book The Millionaire Fastlane, it talks about the Law of Effection: to make millions, you have to effect millions. Meaning, you aren't successful until you've done something in very large amounts. Example, Lebron James plays in front of millions of people, Jeff Bezos business delivers to billions, Grant Cardone gives houses to millions, you can keep going. You aren't successful until you do something in a large amount in which large amounts of people give you money. The only other alternative is to give something in extreme high value, aka venture capitalists or other businesses like such. That's what being successful is. Please remember that on your journey because it would've helped speed up mine!