I want a million dollars


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Well, here is my personal wish. Take it or pass it along.

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I want a million dollars

  1. 1. I want a million dollars<br />…or one percent of your wealth<br />
  2. 2. How much is one percent?<br />For someone who has one million dollars, a percent is ten thousand.<br />For someone who has one hundred million, a percent is one million.<br />For someone who has one billion, a percent is “only” ten million.<br />The trick is really simple: just cut two zeros from your wealth and give the percent to someone who needs it – me.<br />
  3. 3. Does it have to be dollars only?<br /><ul><li>No, euros and/or pounds are welcome.
  4. 4. Besides, there are a lot of rich people in the world: at least 200,000 are super-rich.
  5. 5. At least one of them have to read this slide show in order to accomplish the first step: somebody is asking to someone.
  6. 6. The second step is to decide to do some charity. Whoever is willing to give me some money, I’d be forever grateful to.</li></li></ul><li>Why do you want money?<br /><ul><li>I live in a poor country and I have big dreams.
  7. 7. I wish I’ve seen the beauty of life.
  8. 8. If I ever get this amount of money, I’d see that life is really wonderful and the gift you’re to give is a proof for fulfilling dreams.
  9. 9. There are a lot of things I wish I’ve done.
  10. 10. Two problems: the lack of money and missing opportunities.</li></li></ul><li>Why would I give you money?<br />Maybe you want to set a world record for the most extravagant charity ever given to an individual (not to an institution).<br />Maybe you simply wish to help someone who wants to start from a relative small amount of money and make it big in the future. Though there is no guarantee.<br />Maybe you think you are too rich and want to get rid of the excess. <br />
  11. 11. Do you have a goal?<br /><ul><li>I’m not sure whether it’s a goal or a dream, but I’ll lay out. (Plutocracy… I like the word.)
  12. 12. First, I want to renovate my home.
  13. 13. I want to buy an apartment or a house and put one tenant or more inside.
  14. 14. I’d like to invest in gold, stock market and other niceties.
  15. 15. I like having beautiful things, like paintings, and put them somewhere for admiration.</li></li></ul><li>Why don’t you make money on your own?<br /><ul><li>Well, it’s a complicated story. The short version: I don’t have a job and I highly doubt I’ll ever get one. Why? Because I’m deaf (with hearing aid) and I wear glasses. Also, that’s why I’m quite hardened by life, being antisocial…
  16. 16. My family home is sustained by grandfather’s pension and the money come here as long as he lives. But he’s getting closer and closer to his own funeral… and because there is no inheritance I’m afraid that someday, because of the burdens, I’d be out of my own home, where I live since birth. And my mother has debts. No kidding. I’m neither exaggerating nor dramatizing.</li></li></ul><li>You’re not funny.<br /><ul><li>I know. I didn’t mean to be funny.
  17. 17. I can’t expect anything good to happen in my life without doing something. I was praying to God asking for an idea to make some money. And I’ve stumbled upon some news about a guy, Craig Rowin, who asked a million dollars on YouTube just for the sake of fun. And I thought: “Oh, what a funny guy, why shouldn’t I do the same, especially if he got so much for nothing?” Then it occurred to me that I can do the same with a different approach, with the sole intent to ask for something meaningful in my life. “Ask and it will be given to you”, a genius said.</li></li></ul><li>Well, good luck, here is your bucket. How do I contact you?<br />My e-mail address is Queeditch@gmail.com<br />Thanks for reading all the slide show, it means you are a patient person.<br />Thanks for your donation!<br />