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Home FAQs PT Lifestyle and Playgrounds How much money do I need to be a PT?
How much money do I need to be a PT?

Grandpa says: "PT is a way of life, a philosophy. You donít need any assets to be a PT. But as a goal, a million dollars is just fine." Our average client probably has a net worth above a million.

A million dollars is probably about the minimum you need to support yourself comfortably without working for the rest of your life.

But we also know PTs who have started out with less than nothing. They have found themselves deep in debt, and PT has been a way out. Free of bureaucratic restrictions, they have grown and prospered while living the PT lifestyle in inexpensive countries.

Volume 2 of Bye Bye Big Brother includes a section on "Portable Trades and Occupations" (Chapters 74 through 77) Ė ways to support yourself if you decide to become a PT. And another chapter, number 65 (entitled "Rich PT, Poor PT") covers different levels of the lifestyle in depth.

Bottom line? You donít need any money to be a PT. But you do need initiative. You need to get up and do something. PT was conceived by and for millionaires. If are in or would like to be in that category, jump on board and say Bye Bye Big Brother.

 

 

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