‘What a life. Michael Carroll has accomplished amazing things – and who’s to say what he can go on to achieve?’ Sir Richard Branson
Michael Carroll blew his lottery jackpot on expensive jewelry, houses, and parties and now earns just £10 an hour working as a coalman in Moray, Scotland.
But despite spending all of his fortunes, he says he is much happier now and says he has no regrets over what he calls ‘the best ten years of my life for a pound’.
He was just 19 when he won the life-changing sum in 2002 and is surprised he can still remember what happened during the heady days that followed.
Carroll told the Mirror: ‘I’d wake up, do three lines of Charlie and drink half a bottle of vodka before I got out of bed. I was a full-blown alcoholic, doing two bottles of vodka a day.’
Now that’s all changed when Michael Caroll started investing his money into real estate and online ventures. He reveals in his new book about how he did it and the exact steps he took to become successful.