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How To Become A Millionaire In All Areas Of Your Life

The Millionaire Mindcast is a show that focuses on all things mindset, money, and motivation to help aspiring millionaires from all walks of life increase their income, impact, and influence.

I’m Matt Aitchison - a 7-figure real estate investor, millennial entrepreneur, speaker and educator - and every Monday I interview a badass millionaire or thought leader who is living the "Whole Life Millionaire" lifestyle and taking their wealth far beyond what dollars can buy.

Join me each week for new insights as you march toward that million-dollar milestone and design your dream life. It's time to define what true wealth means to you, make your money matter, and unleash your millionaire within.

Nov 25, 2019

In this episode of the Millionaire Mindcast, we have a YouTuber, Hooman Nouri who shares his inspiring entrepreneurial story of turning a negative environment into a bright one and monetize his passion, giving amazing tips on how to build a brand, how to get to the level of having multi-million YouTube channel subscribers, create a viral content, and build wealth through online!

Hooman Nouri is a well-known YouTube comedian and is the owner of YouTube channel HoomanTV with to date over 8 million subscribers. His channel is famous for social experiment videos and prank videos.

Hooman together with his family moved from Persia to America in 2007. It was tough for them to go through that massive culture change and an absolute nightmare for a 15-year-old boy who doesn’t know how to speak the language. Aside from this, Hooman is naturally introverted so he doesn’t have friends in school. His fun as a broke kid with no friends is YouTube, gaming almost 8 hours a day, and consider it as a friend. He did barely finished high school and been tried college 4 times but never like the idea of spending his youth setting in the classroom and learning topics that he doesn't care about.

This young man thinks that it could just be a waste of time, and so he quit college and started to find a job. But later he realized that he needs to do something in order to get himself to the next level.  Not by stick working to other people and living a miserable life but make his own destiny and live according to his will. Hooman’s dreams of having a beautiful house, driving with Ferrari, and dating beautiful women are what drive him to strive hard.

Although, Hooman really didn’t know what the journey to success as he was a competitive, very tactical and business-minded person. Inspired by those people who succeed by making videos on YouTube, he wanted to turn his passion for gaming and YouTube into an income-generating activity. So he didn’t waste time but dig deeper and get to know how to do it and tried. He wanted to do what he is really good at. He wanted to get success badly, so do whatever it takes to get that point.

However, nothing is ideal and perfect. It was really hard for him when he first started his entrepreneurial journey but he took a step by step. He understands YouTube way more seriously. He had some YouTube channels that didn’t work out well but it doesn’t stop him. Until some of his videos started to gain views and continuously growing every month from zero to millions of views that makes him so exciting. He was happy to get good results, making more money every month, getting better and better in what he is doing because he took it seriously. This is his business and this is what he is trying to get to the next level.

He believes that money and fans all of that gets old; but the best thing is about doing something positive for other people and making people across the planet laugh for minutes. Hooman is looking forward to the next chapter of his life helping other people on starting their personal/business channel, and building their wealth using YouTube channel.

Some Questions I Ask:

  • Where did these all start? Just take us back to the beginning a real quick. (04:39)
  • Where did you start and how did it evolve over time? How did you take the idea to inception to where of that today? (11:49)
  • Was there a time that you wanted to give up on your channel? (16:59)
  • Did the theme of your channel get evolved over time? (19:00)
  • What’s your opinion in regards to incorporating video into someone’s model or ecosystem? (21:25)
  • What are your high-level tips around SEO and about viral content? (28:43)
  • What’s been your favorite prank that you got in to do or maybe something that’s crazy and outlandish that will be memorable forever? (36:10)
  • How did you go about doing this? How did you frequently posting? What’s your team look like? (38:59)
  • What’s your creative process? How did you come up with your ideas for content? (42:02)
  • What’s your next big vision? (43:29)

In This Episode, You Will Learn:

  • Hooman’s one major problem no matter what the job was. (08:33)
  • How YouTube has helped Hooman opens his door to success. (09:09)
  • How to make a channel with multi-million subscribers. (14:03)
  • Channel starvation period. (18:07)
  • Why some of Hooman’s channels didn’t work out? (19:18)
  • The importance of understanding SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and other YouTube algorithm. (26:33)


  • “I always want to own a business.”
  • “This is not a thing where overnight I’m going to blow up.”
  • “They have one head, two arms, and two legs and not much better than me, I’ll get there.”
  • “When I would game I would rage every game.”
  • “Social media is the future.”
  • “Social Media can be a career.”
  • “You have to get step by step.”
  • “What I’m really good at is what I do.”

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