Of course, I can’t guarantee that everything that’s worked for me will work for someone else. I provide tools, knowledge, and guidance. Your best chance at success is taking what I provide and using it to find better ways of doing things – ways that work for you. I’ve coached plenty of people who have gone on to enjoy even more success than me.
I love coaching people; I love helping my clients. That’s why I do what I do. I want to help people achieve the same success I did building passive income.
Unless this is your first day here, you probably already know that I started with a single dime, and I doubled that dime over and over until it became $100,000. And that’s an understatement, because that dime has become so much more than that and has grown more than I could have ever dreamed.
I can’t guarantee your success (only you can determine your own success!) but I can do everything in my power to help you. Every single person I have worked with who followed three simple commitments and kept at it for a minimum of two hours a days for an entire year, became ridiculously successful.
#1: Commit to a minimum of two hours a day, six days a week.
That’s just 12 hours a week, and two hours a day is more than reasonable. Yes, I’m teaching you to build passive income, but before you can make money while you sleep, you need to build the machine. In the beginning, you’ll be spending a lot of time at the computer, researching products to find something low-risk with a high chance of success. It’s not going to be exciting; it’s going to be hard work. You have to put in the hard work at the beginning to build your passive income machine.
It’s the same reason Google spends so much time and money in their hiring process. They make sure they have the right employees from the start, so they save money later by minimizing turnover. They put in time and energy at the beginning of the process to have a greater chance of success down the road.
You need to spend time researching at the beginning to enjoy greater success later. Shortcuts never work. Commit to the time you need to spend researching, so you know the products you choose are smart and safe investments.
#2: Commit to owning your success.
I can give you the tools and knowledge you need to succeed, but I can’t guarantee success. Your success is in your hands, so own it. Do everything you can to succeed. It’s okay if you stumble a few times. Nobody has ever succeeded without hitting a few roadblocks along the way.
I’m not giving you a fish. I’m giving you a fishing pole, and I’m teaching you how to reel it, cast it, and pull it in. I’m giving you the skills you need to catch your own fish and build your own success. You can’t depend on others for success; you have to depend on yourself.