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Millionaire By Age 30? One Blogger Offers A Few Not-So-Easy Steps

Grant Sabatier was a broke college graduate when he decided that he was going to make $1 million by age 30. Now, he's a successful blogger and digital strategist.
Grant Sabatier. (Courtesy Nick Hurwit)

Grant Sabatier was a college graduate, living with his parents, too broke to buy a burrito, when he decided that he was going to make $1 million by age 30. He says the first thing he needed to do was change his mindset to one of saving — which he refers to as “paying yourself first.”

He’s now a successful blogger and digital strategist who offers six steps to wealth, which include side jobs, stock market investment, lifestyle changes and daily saving goals.

Sabatier (@sabatier), vice president of digital

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