I’ve heard immigrants are four times more likely to become millionaires in America than native born Americans. I believe it. I think it’s a matter of hunger and perspective. Case in point.

On the front page of the Saturday December 26 Albuquerque Journal, the feature article was centered on a Muslim refugee who came to Albuquerque in 1999 from Afghanistan. His name is Salim Ansari. His kids suffered through some persecution after 9/11 at a local Albuquerque High School. He told his kids, “Americans have minds,” so things will settle down.

He now lives in Ann Arbor Michigan. He is months away from graduating with a doctor of dental surgery degree from the Univ. of Michigan. He would like to return to Albuquerque and set up a dental practice. Listen to what he says about his experience in the U.S.

“The United States is one of the greatest countries in the world. You are free. You are surrounded with opportunities. People have choices and options. Honestly, I couldn’t have hoped for a better life for my family and I. I am happy and living my dream.”

Double and triple Wow, Wow, Wow!

You know what G5t is about? It’s helping clients believe what that man just said. I’m dead serious. Our limitations are more mental than anything else. We’re surrounded by options and opportunities – but generally – we don’t see them. We’ve been programmed not to see them.

If you really want to understand what I just said and if you’re hungry (read motivated) to improve your money making prospects, then G5t Online is for you.

Mr. Ansari was right – to a degree. Americans do “have minds,” but financially speaking, our minds are commonly programmed in a way that doesn’t illicit our best efforts or dreams. G5t can help.