• Luke Lintz, a Canadian who became a millionaire in his 20s, criticizes his generation for constantly scrolling social media and claims young people who are provoked by his statement are lazy.
  • Lintz thinks that young people could become millionaires if they avoid aimlessly using social media.
  • He initially started creating advertisements on Instagram to market physical products and gradually moved to digital and public relations, and his brothers have now have over 1,200 customers worldwide and hope to achieve billionaire status.

A man named Luke Lintz, a Canadian who became a millionaire in his 20s, criticized his generation for mindlessly scrolling social media.

He co-founded a multi-dollar corporation with his brothers that amassed a considerable fortune.

Luke believes that any young person that got offended by his statement is probably just avoiding doing any work. According to him, more young adults from Generation Z could become wealthy if they refrain from aimlessly using social media.

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The Canadian who became a millionaire in his 20s, wants to be a billionaire by 40

This successful young entrepreneur resides in a fancy condo, owns speedy cars, goes on trips to exotic getaways with his homebody girlfriend, and has shared the secret to his prosperity.

It should be noted that even though Luke recommended that adolescents lessen their reliance on social media, he became wealthy through Instagram advertising. He started out creating ads to market physical items, then expanded to promote PR and digital marketing.

Presently, Luke and his brothers have over 1,200 customers worldwide, including prominent celebrities and public figures such as Kevin Hart, Cardi B, Tyga, Nicki Minaj, Bella Thorne, and Rick Ross.

Luke hopes to achieve billionaire status by the time he reaches 40. Currently, he employs more than 75 full-time workers and aims to produce a fortune of $100 million over the next five years.

Stop blaming the economy, you get what you contribute

Read Luke’s own words below:

“People can blame the economy but ultimately you will get back the value you contribute.

“You have to surround yourself with driven people to be successful and I couldn’t find that crowd by staying in my small hometown. I know I really disappointed my parents when I decided to ditch college to run my own company.

“At first, my dad was so upset he kicked me out of the house – which meant I had to make my own success from day one. But it all ended well, he even later invested in the company and I know he is proud of me now.

“I haven’t taken a day off in seven years. There is so much opportunity out there but most 20-somethings are addicted to scrolling on their phones.”


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25-year-old female corps member becomes a Millionaire from okirika

In another story, a 25-year-old Corper Abdulrouff Opeyemi Meeinah, became a millionaire from her thrift business, which she started with N25,000.

According to her, she started her business on the 15th of August, 2022 and barely six months after she started making millions.

In an interview with legit,ng, she stated that she started the thrift business from selling chiffon tops she got from a vendor on Instagram.

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