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Updated on August 30, 2017

Money, Money, Money

Money is such an interesting topic. Some people hate money or those with it. Some say they are not interested in it. Others seem to have good luck when it comes to money and an ability to attract or make high amounts of money. Billionaires and millionaires are such people. I find them and the thought of having alot of money an interesting topic and thought. I love the thought of mansions, expensive things and all that money can buy.

Some of the world's billionaires inherited their money, others such as Oprah Winfrey and Bill Gates are self made building their empires. Warren Buffet, the richest man in the world with a net worth of 62 billion and one of the self made still lives in a house he bought many years ago for $31,500.

Billionaire Secrets to Success

There have been plenty of books written on the topic of Success & Failure. This book is remarkably different from all the rest. Billionaire Secrets of Success is the first success and failure book written by a person who has personally experienced being a millionaire three times, being bankrupt twice, and being a billionaire once. Bill's successes have been the subject of more than 470 news articles in publications ranging from Forbes, Fortune, BusinessWeek, Inc., People, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today. The author's unique journey from poverty to being the twenty-fifth wealthiest person in America, with several ups and downs along the way, has given him an amazingly unique perspective from which to share his experiences and the lessons he learned. He shares with the reader his nine principles for attaining success.

How I feel about billionaires

They say Money does not buy happiness

I agree with this statement, however if you are already happy it does add to your happiness. It gives you an ability to travel, do fun things, dine out, buy better homes, cars and clothes or afford these things.

I don't begrudge people who have money having money. I am not wealthy but I am not the type of person that thinks that just because I don't have neither should anyone else. Not only do I want money for all it can do to enrich your life but also I would help people. I am much more attracted to the Oprah's of the world with generosity in their nature and I like to be generous when I can.

Some people truly get angry and bitter towards those with money and look at them as bad. These people do not know what those people with money are doing to help others as a matter of fact most of them do put their money to worthy causes. What I aspire to be is one of them. Some will say that a strong spiritual nature is all they want and they have no desire for money.

Some accuse those with too much money as greedy. But I disagree. Greed can be found in the wealthy, the middle class and the poor.

How we feel about a group of people can tell us whether or not we have poverty consciousness or wealth consciousness...


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Money Issues

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Pink Flowers in the Sky

Do you wish you were a millionaire or billionaire?

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Problems with the rich

Some people feel that rich people are bad, greedy, dishonest, uncaring. I personally know this is not true and can be found in the rich or poor, but what are your thoughts on the subject?

Do you have problems with people with lots of money?

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How do you feel about money?

Do you like money?

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How do you feel about having alot of money?

Would you be okay with having billions of dollars?

Or does the thought of that make you uncomfortable?

Would you like to be a billionaire?

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Think Like a Billionaire, Become A Billionaire

Billionaires Think Differently About:

Money we look for ways to spend money. Billionaires look for ways to invest money.

Investing we invest just a little. Billionaires realize investing is the key to abundance.

Jobs we think a better job will make us wealthy. Billionaires know that a job will never make them wealthy; investments will.

Risks we stay away from risks because we might fail. Billionaires know if they don't take risks, they've already failed.

Problems we try to avoid problems. Billionaires see problems as opportunities to make millions.

Preparation we prepare today for today. Billionaires prepare today for the opportunities of tomorrow.

Time we waste time. Billionaires see time as their most valuable asset.

Oprah Winfrey

Oprah Winfrey
Oprah Winfrey

Billionaires


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A list of the richest americans...

See more of the list here 400 Richest Americans on Forbes

  • William Gates
  • Warren Buffett 40,000 79 Omaha Berkshire Hathaway
  • Lawrence Ellison 27,000 65 Redwood City Oracle
  • Christy Walton & family 21,500 54 Jackson Wal-Mart
  • Jim C. Walton 19,600 61 Bentonville Wal-Mart
  • Alice Walton 19,300 60 Fort Worth Wal-Mart
  • S. Robson Walton 19,000 65 Bentonville Wal-Mart
  • Michael Bloomberg 17,500 67 New York Bloomberg
  • Charles Koch 16,000 73 Wichita manufacturing, energy
  • David Koch 16,000 69 New York manufacturing, energy
  • Sergey Brin 15,300 36 Palo Alto Google
  • Larry Page 15,300 36 San Francisco Google
  • Michael Dell 14,500 44 Austin Dell
  • Steven Ballmer 13,300 53 Seattle Microsoft
  • George Soros 13,000 79 Westchester hedge funds
  • Donald Bren 12,000 77 Newport Beach real estate
  • Paul Allen 11,500 56 Mercer Island Microsoft, investments
  • Abigail Johnson 11,500 47 Boston Fidelity
  • Forrest Edward Mars 11,000 78 McLean candy, pet food
  • Jacqueline Mars 11,000 70 Bedminster candy, pet food
  • John Mars 11,000 73 Arlington candy, pet food
  • Carl Icahn 10,500 73 New York leveraged buyouts
  • Ronald Perelman 10,000 66 New York leveraged buyouts
  • George B. Kaiser 9,500 67 Tulsa oil & gas, banking
  • Philip Knight 9,500 71 Beaverton Nike
  • Sheldon Adelson 9,000 76 Las Vegas casinos, hotels
  • Anne Cox Chambers 9,000 89 Atlanta Cox Enterprises
  • Jeffrey Bezos 8,800 45 Seattle Amazon
  • James Simons 8,500 71 East Setauket hedge funds
  • Dan Duncan 8,000 76 Houston energy
  • Edward C. Johnson III 8,000 79 Boston Fidelity
  • Jack Crawford Taylor & family 7,000 87 St. Louis Enterprise Rent-A-Car
  • James Goodnight 6,800 66 Cary SAS Institute
  • John Paulson 6,800 53 New York hedge funds
  • John Kluge 6,500 95 Palm Beach Metromedia
  • Steven Cohen 6,400 53 Greenwich hedge funds
  • Philip Anschutz 6,000 69 Denver investments
  • Rupert Murdoch 6,000 78 New York News Corp
  • Harold Hamm 5,800 63 Oklahoma City Continental Resources
  • Pierre Omidyar 5,500 42 Honolulu Ebay

The Richest Man in the world

plus the list of billionaires

Carlos Slim Helu who lives in Mexico City, Mexico is the richest man in the world at this time, beating out Bill Gates. His net worth is $74 billion. He is Telecom tycoon. According to Forbes Carlos donated $65 million to fund a research project in genomic medicine with American billionaire philanthropist Eli Broad.

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The Billionaire List

1 Carlos Slim Helu & family Mexico 70 53.5 Mexico

2 William Gates III United States 54 53.0 United States

3 Warren Buffett United States 79 47.0 United States

4 Mukesh Ambani India 52 29.0 India

5 Lakshmi Mittal India 59 28.7 United Kingdom

6 Lawrence Ellison United States 65 28.0 United States

7 Bernard Arnault France 61 27.5 France

8 Eike Batista Brazil 53 27.0 Brazil

9 Amancio Ortega Spain 74 25.0 Spain

10 Karl Albrecht Germany 90 23.5 Germany

11 Ingvar Kamprad & family Sweden 83 23.0 Switzerland

12 Christy Walton & family United States 55 22.5 United States

13 Stefan Persson Sweden 62 22.4 Sweden

14 Li Ka-shing Hong Kong 81 21.0 Hong Kong

15 Jim Walton United States 62 20.7 United States

16 Alice Walton United States 60 20.6 United States

17 Liliane Bettencourt France 87 20.0 France

18 S. Robson Walton United States 66 19.8 United States

19 Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Alsaud Saudi Arabia 55 19.4 Saudi Arabia

20 David Thomson & family Canada 52 19.0 Canada

21 Michael Otto & family Germany 66 18.7 Germany

22 Lee Shau Kee Hong Kong 82 18.5 Hong Kong

23 Michael Bloomberg United States 68 18.0 United States

24 Sergey Brin United States 36 17.5 United States

24 Charles Koch United States 74 17.5 United States

You can see the rest of the list at Forbes.com

Meet The 10 Hottest Heiresses

Holly Branson
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10 Hottest Heiresses

2011

1. Paris Hilton Paris is 30 this year. Great-granddaughter of Hilton Hotels founder Conrad Hilton. She has a new reality show coming out this year showing her in her real life.

2. Ivanka Trump . She graduated magna cum laude with a degree in real estate from the University of Pennsylvania and joined the Trump Organization in 2005 as a member of the development team. Her father is of course Donald Trump. He has an equally smart daughter in Ivanka.

3. Nicky Hilton Nicky is the sister of Paris Hilton. She was born October 5, 1983. She is known for having great style.

4. Julia Louis-Dreyfus She was born on January 13, 1961. Many know the actress form two popular t.v. shows: Seinfeld and last year, she took home an Emmy for best actress for The New Adventures of Old Christine. Her French father Gerard has a $3.4 billion fortune.

5. Dylan Lauren Dylan was born May 9, 1974. She is the daughter of Ralph Lauren. She has a store called Dylan's Candy Bar which I put a link to further down on this lens. It is a fun, creative place and is quite popular.

6. Aerin Lauder She is grandmother of Estée Lauder. Aerin is senior vice president and creative director for the Estée Lauder brand.

7. Amanda Hearst Amanda was born January 5, 1984. She is great-granddaughter of publishing legend William Randolph Hearst and niece of the famously kidnapped and brainwashed Patty Hearst.

8, Delphine Arnault Gancia Delphine was born 4 April 1975. She is French. She is the daughter of luxury goods tycoon Bernard Arnault. They own companies such as Miami Cruise Lines, De beers jewelry, Louis Vuitton and other famous brands especially alot of wines and champagnes.

9. Tamara Ecclestone Tamara is sweet. She is actually humble in personality. She is the daughter of F1 mogul Bernie Ecclestone and his Croatian wife Slavica, a former Armani model. She was born 28 June 1984.

10. Holly Branson Holly is the daughter of Richard Branson the Virgin record mogul. If you have watched Cribs you may have seen his cool island. Holly seems like a very sweet girl. She was born in 1981. She is a doctor in London who received her med school degree in pediatrics. Holly once won BBC Channel 4's "A Wife for William" contest with 43% of the vote.


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Dylan Lauren

Dylan's Candy Bar

Dylan Lauren is the daughter of Ralph Lauren. She has opened 5 stores of her Dylan's Candy Bar. A store filled with candy everyone knows with her touch added for a candy store boutique feel.

Her store: Dylan's Candy Bar

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She was voted onto Forbes hottest billionaire heiress's list.

Gift basket from Dylan's Candy Bar

Gift basket from Dylan's Candy Bar
Gift basket from Dylan's Candy Bar

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Bill Gates

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Bill Gates tops the list of the world's billionaires with $59,000,000,000 as his net worth.

Bill Gates' home in Medina, Wash., is worth nearly $140 million. This year, he received a property tax bill for $1.1 million.

The house is a modern design in the Pacific lodge style, with classic features such as a large private library and a big dome-shaped room. The house occupies 50,000 square feet (4,600 m²) on a 5.15 acre (2.1 ha) lot. Garage space and outbuildings may occupy an additional 16,000 square feet (1,500 m²). Property records indicate eight bedrooms, 25 baths, and four building levels.

Swimming pool: It has a 17 Ã 60 foot (5.1 Ã 18.2 meter) swimming pool.

An underwater music system and a fossil-motif floor. There is also a glass wall which can be divided.

A locker room off the pool has four showers and two baths.

Guest wing: The southern half of the main building, this wing contains the main entrance (with grand staircase), theater, library, formal dining room, reception hall, and conference facilities. It includes only two bedrooms.

Library Size: 2,100 sq. ft. The ornate, paneled library has a domed reading room with oculus (light well), fireplace, and two secret pivoting bookcases, one hiding a bar. It's the fitting home for Leonardo da Vinci's 16th-century notebook, the Codex Leicester, which Gates about for $30.8 million.

Grand staircase Size: 92 feet long, 63 feet high Towering Douglas fir beams support the stainless-steel roof and are surrounded by walls of glass, concrete, and stone. While much of the house is buried into the hillside, windows on the lakefront side provide views of Seattle to the west. There are 84 steps down from the entrance to the ground floor. The vertigo-inclined can take an elevator.

Theater Size: 1,500 sq. ft. The 20-seat art deco theater is outfitted with plush chairs, couches, and a popcorn machine. Screen is HDTV capable.

Formal dining room Size: 1,000 sq. ft. Up to 24 guests can dine by the fireplace while enjoying the sweeping view from the third level. Nearby commercial-grade kitchen is 39 feet by 23 feet.

Offices and meeting facilities Size: 1,900 sq. ft. Above the reception hall are rooms for conferences, offices, and a large computer room.

Reception hall Size: 2,300 sq. ft. Partly below ground, the reception hall can seat 150 people for a sit-down dinner or hold 200 for a cocktail party. A 6-foot-wide fireplace, faced in limestone, commands one wall. Another wall is dominated by a 22-foot-wide video display, made up of 24 rear-projection television monitors, each with a 40-inch screen. A second commercial-grade kitchen serves the reception hall.

Multipurpose room Size: 900 sq. ft. Formerly designated a gallery, this is now a multipurpose room, with a video projector included. Almost entirely underground, with a deck above, the room gets daylight from a large light well. Hallways connect it to the family and guest wings.

Other buildings

Guest house Size: 1,900 sq. ft. One bedroom, one bath, one fireplace Almost hidden underground, this high-tech burrow was the first structure built on the site (completed in 1992), as a test of the technology to be used in the design of the main house. Gates has used the house as a retreat; he wrote much of his book, The Road Ahead, here.

Underground garage Size: 6,300 sq. ft. This cavelike structure is the largest and best hidden of three garages. Built entirely underground of concrete and stainless steel, it can easily park 10 or more cars. Some of the concrete is purposely broken for a "deconstructivist" look.

Gatehouse Size: 3,000 sq. ft. Includes security offices, mailroom (with X-ray machine), greenhouse, and garage. The lower entrance to the property is here.

Boathouse Size: 530 sq. ft. This rustic log building's roof straddle a small inlet big enough for no more than a ski boat. An outdoor spa is nearby.

Activities building Size: 900 sq. ft. Adjacent to multisport court, putting green, and two boat docks. An existing home at this location was moved off the site by barge.

See Bill's House here Gates home

Bill Gates

Bill Gates
Bill Gates

Description of Bill Gates Home

Ralph Lauren

Ralph Lauren
Ralph Lauren

Ralph Lauren

Ralph Lauren makes the billionaire list with a net worth of 4.2 billion. A well known fashion desiger in the United States and all over the world.

His company, Polo Ralph Lauren, will design the outfits worn by the U.S. Olympic teams at the opening and closing ceremonies this summer.

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This beautiful mansion is in Surrey,England. It has 5 swimming pools, a spa and salon, squash and tennis courts, a bowling alley, a private cinema, 22 bedrooms with private suites, horse stables, a helipad for your helicopter of course. It is on 58 acres.

How much will you pay for this home with everything you can imagine?

$130,000,000

How about this pen? It 18k white gold with diamonds, 15 carats worth and will cost you $150,000.

This is a beautiful bed. It will cost you $70,000.

This is a Phyllis Morris piece called The Grande Venetian Bed.

I found these items courtesy of:

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Here is a picture of Bill Gates home in Washington

What is your opinion on being a billionaire? - Would you like to have billions of dollars?

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      SimonJay 3 years ago

      This is a big topic, but i think you have your good billionaires and your bad billionaires sure some of them support alot of groups and give money to charity but i think they should reach out to more people and help more people some of us deserve the help some of us dont, who does and doesn't well that's another topic, but i think money on general doesn't make you happy i think i makes you more confident but if your only into superficial stuff maybe it can make you happy but i believe it wont as i think we all want to be loved for real and for who we are, not what have. Of course id like to have lots of money as i really would like a bigger home, support my family and travel but i guess if you just think about that all day you'd be depressed all the time also its not necessary to have a happy life.

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      skjk3318 lm 4 years ago

      Loaded question, who wouldn't "like" to be a billionaire, but who is willing to do what it takes to be a billionaire?

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      webscan 5 years ago

      Sure I would like to have billions of dollars, but it would be messy carrying all that money across. So could you please send me a check? Thanks!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      What do people think of writing to billionaires asking for money? Do you think they really give you any? The answer is they do. I am an affiliate for Billionaire Mailing List dot com and I can tell you, that a lot of people write them and get answers back, some with wishes some with $ -You just have to know where to write. Billionaire Mailing List has all the US Billionaires Home Mailing Addresses

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      rewards4life info 6 years ago

      Very interesting lens I couldn't even imagine being that wealthy. It's a shame some will never really understand the meaning of hard work, there are some very lucky people in your list. I would be happy with just 10% ;). Cool page.

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      JeremiahStanghini 6 years ago

      I had no idea that "Elaine" from Seinfeld is an heiress!

      With Love and Gratitude,

      Jeremiah

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      squid-janices7 6 years ago

      Well I don't know many people that wouldn't want to be a billionaire. Having money just makes life less stressful and a bit more fun. That said, you can't buy happiness. What I love about the billionaires you've mentioned (Warren Buffet, Bill Gates, and Oprah) is that they are giving away large chunks of their fortune to worthy causes. It perturbs me when the rich don't share their blessings with others.

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      Stonecutter 6 years ago

      You really hit on some great points with this lens. Just wondering where T. Boone Pickens is, or am I making him richer than he is, don't recall for certain. No matter. Really nicely done lens.

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      Heather Burns 6 years ago from Wexford, Ireland

      awesome lens about Billionaires! I want to be one!

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      Virginia Allain 6 years ago from Central Florida

      It is fun to daydream about what you would do with a huge amount of money. I'm sure there are drawbacks too, like security and people wanting you to give them money.

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      DallasNicole LM 6 years ago

      your topics are very hard to pass by without checking them out! Very interesting content.. Always... Thanks for sharing

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Its good to be a billionare and I prefer to be one of them

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Less than two weeks ago, Bill Gates and Warren Buffet invited 40 Billionaires to a "Pledge Party" that ask each to give away at least half of their personal wealth after their passing. Mr. Barron Hilton former Chairman and CEO of the Hilton Hotels Corp. has pledge 97% of his $2.7 Billion dollar fortune to a charitable foundation he founded to educated the blind, provide safe drinking water in Africa and provide housing for the mentally retarded. Mr. Hilton's gift was the largest charitable give by an individual donor in 2009.

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      JayGould 8 years ago

      There's now a lens on how to become a billionaire for serious business people only.

      http://www.squidoo.com/lensmaster/new_workshop/how...

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      oneskms 8 years ago

      Not too fussed about being a billionaire, I think money gives you time, how you use that time is then your choice, I would just like the opportunity to have the time - perhaps a couple of million would do - hope that makes sense

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      FantasyDesigns 8 years ago

      Interesting lens!

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      ruanz3 lm 8 years ago

      Being a billionaire sure gives you a lot of options and frees you up to do whatever you want, like searching for enligtenment for instance.

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      pkmcr 8 years ago from Cheshire UK

      Really well put together lens

      Take care

      Paul

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      pkmcr 8 years ago from Cheshire UK

      Really well put together lens

      Take care

      Paul

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      iYAHOOi 8 years ago

      This lens is a great one...... I'd love to be a billionaire.....

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      Stephen Carr 9 years ago from Corona, CA

      I want to be a billionaire. Looks like I need to get to work!

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      WritingforYourW 9 years ago

      Oprah is a great example of someone who has made her fortune because, first and foremost, she helps people. :)

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      Great lens. I'd love to be a billionaire. I could give to worthy causes and help make the world a better place for everyone.

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      Great lens. I'd love to be a billionaire. I could give to worthy causes and help make the world a better place for everyone.

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      mikewitt 9 years ago

      Hi Tricia,

      Great lens, 5 stars. Although you forgot #26 on your list, me :-). As most people, sure, would love to have Billions of dollars, kind of scary just saying it, but as I always say, for most, becoming wealthy is a goal and an attainable goal starts with a decison.

      Excellent lens,

      Mike Wit

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      animal_lover79 9 years ago

      I would use the majority of that money to help others. I'm not so special that I need to have the best of everything. Having just enough to not worry would be fine. There's no way I could sleep at night knowing others were suffering and I could be helping. Health and family are the most important things in life to me, and I feel like a billionaire just having them. Money is necessary but actually means very little -- in my opinion.

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      papawu 9 years ago

      I most certainly would not mind being a billionaire. I once heard it said that, "Money does not make the world go round, but it does make the ride worthwhile."

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      CleanerLife 9 years ago

      I'd settle for a million, but I'm not sure I can even count that high!

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      Tiddledeewinks LM 9 years ago

      Let's make a million lenses! I could use just a million dollars and invest to build it up and finally get my kids and me our own house (farm)! Then I could help those helpless animals.

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      Deb Bryan 9 years ago from Chico California

      I agree with the discussion that we can give in a valuable way without having a billion $$ however, I can also think of many ways that having resources like that could play a huge part in making living more sustainable for many many people.

      Great 5* thought provoking and interesting lens!

      I recently (finally) saw "The Secret". I like Winter52's take on this. Yes... sit in the backyard and think about how it would feel and then let yourself 'feel' that way. Then the law of attraction will do the rest. :D

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      TimKessler 9 years ago

      Love the lens. Great work.

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      hesika 9 years ago

      I'm sure, I will be a billionaire. If not in this, then in the next life :-) But seriously: Only, who thinks big, can achieve big things. The money then comes for itself, because it was not the only and first reason for doing anything, but the passion and therefore the success with it was the reason, that the money came along. Let's have fun in what we are doing and the money will love us! :-))

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      anonymous 9 years ago

      very interesting 5***** if i were a billionaire i would live a little and make sure those less fortunate could help me spend it.

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      Spook LM 9 years ago

      Who wouldn't, but personally it would be too much for me. I'd prefer enough to make ends met, so I guess that must mean billions.

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      dwdave lm 9 years ago

      I would invest in good hearty portion back into my local community. Set up a fund( probably in euros) for my daughter so she never had to sweat the mortgage & utilites

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      youhavegottobekidding 9 years ago

      If i were a Billionaire. first i would help all my family with all their problems. i know not all problems could be solve by money alone but it could really help.

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      Recession Proof2 9 years ago

      I had no clue about Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Very interesting. I would love to be a billionaire. I think in many ways, people wait to do the things they should be doing now. If you're saying, "if I was a billionaire I would then donate." There are many ways we can all help others, money is just one of them. Great thoughts. ~Jesse

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      Patricia 9 years ago

      I would love to be a billionaire. I think there are so many things I can do with the money, both for me, my family and those in need.

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      Allan R. Wallace 9 years ago from Wherever Human Rights Reign

      Just think of the joys in first earning, and then giving away, billions of dollars.

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      Winter52 LM 9 years ago

      I know what I will be doing this afternoon... sitting in the backyard thinking about how cool it would be to have that much money. :) 5* just for the thought lol

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      ms-giggles 9 years ago

      I love your lens!!! 5****

      I would love to be a Billionaire. I would set my family up for life, help the hungry in the US and drill wells in Africa. I would also donate to Squidoo. I think one should dream big and big things will happen.

      Thanks Beth

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      June Campbell 9 years ago from North Vancouver, BC, Canada

      I would totally like to have billions of dollars. I would put it to good use looking after my family and friends, and then I would become a philanthropist.