Maybe. But I’d rather set seemingly insane goals for myself as opposed to ones that I know I can knock out. Goals you know you can accomplish aren’t goals, they're just tasks, and while tasks get the job done they don’t force growth.
Go big or go home. Set insane goals for yourself and even if you fall short you’ll still have made progress. Physical, mental, and financial.
In this post I discuss breaking seemingly impossible problems down into manageable chunks, how I apply this technique to my financial goals, detail my plan to generate an additional $100K, and walk…
I’ve read many stories about entrepreneurship and making money on Medium, written by people with amazing profiles, and impressively actionable calls to action that take you to nice websites used to collect my email.
Just yesterday I read one, and left a simple comment: “Are you a millionaire?” which drew some attention, but no response from the author. Another reader responded to my comment and pointed me to where I could read more about the author of the story.
I’m not here to bash anyone, I’m here to read and learn. But if I’m spending my precious time trying to…
Ever since I was a young boy, I’ve loved earning my own money. Paper route, pizza delivery, lawn mowing, etc. My goals were simple, make enough money to buy the crap I wanted that my parents (rightfully so) wouldn’t waste their money on.
As I grew older, I had similar financial goals: make enough money to put a little away each month for a down payment on a house, be able to make the house payment, buy a car, take a vacation now and then, etc.
Nothing wrong with that.
In my early 20’s, I learned that I’d been thinking…
No? Then why are you doing it? And what exactly are you doing, because no one can tell.
We all do something for either money or fun, vocations and avocations. Those that are truly fortunate can make money doing what they love.
So why does it feel forced sometimes? Who are you telling this story to? I’m more than happy to listen or to read, but if you’re putting a vibe out in the world because you want feedback, then here it is:
There’s something to be said for suffering in silence, but if you want us to feel you…
Nikole Mitchell earns anywhere from $30,000 to $100,000 per month on OnlyFans. She also created an additional income stream by selling coaching and courses on her website. She is proof that individuals working alone can create a life-changing income stream using platforms to build a community.
I discovered Nikole when the following headline in the NY Post put the breaks on my morning scroll:
Former church pastor now makes $100K a month as life-coaching stripper.
But how does she do it?
She’s a life-changer for herself and others.
Nikole earns more money in a month than most people do in…