You don’t want to be an entrepreneur as much as you want financial independence.
While you’re definitely interested in entrepreneurship, you’re interested in it as a tool to build generational wealth.
What you actually want are multiple streams of income – real estate, stock investments, and businesses (plural).
You want to be able to pursue your passions, give back to your community, travel the world, and generally do everything you feel you’ve been put on this earth to do, without limitations.
I feel you, Grow-Getter.
That’s why I wanted to write this email to tell you: you gotta get off the sidelines.
While following entrepreneurs, listening to podcasts, and attending events are good, at this point, you’re actually forfeiting money every day you don’t start your (first) business.
Because I’ve been creeping you for a while (okay, I guess I am a weirdo, lol) I know you’ve told yourself you’re going to consume all this information until you figure out “the right business” to start.
Grow-Getter – this is the wrong approach.
The “right” business to start is whatever business is easiest for you to start.
Because here’s the thing – the business you start with is not the business you’ll end with.
You know all those successful entrepreneurs you follow online who are making 5-figures+ per month on autopilot?
The majority of them started with a small, one-person businesses providing a service to clients one on one.
The money from the one-on-one work allowed them to upgrade their branding, bringing on part-time help, build out passive income products, and pay for advertising to reach more people, which is how they got to the businesses you see today.
But they never would have gotten there had they not started with that small, “starter,” one-on-one business.
This is why you’re forfeiting money. You’re so busy looking for the “right” business that you’re overlooking the “starter” business that’s sitting right in front of you.
The key to getting started is:
1. Take one of your skills that people always ask you for help with
2. Launch a “starter” business either coaching or consulting others on it.
Das it. 🤷🏾♀️
No, you will not have to do it forever.
But if you do it long enough to make some extra money, you can then use that money to pivot to a business (or investment) that will ultimately give you the financial freedom you’re looking for.
If you’re curious how to get started, I just published this video that tells you exactly what you need to launch that “starter” business in 2020, even with everything that’s going on:
Watch the video then PROMISE ME you’ll take action, okay?
You don’t need to know ” how” to do all the steps in the beginning – the answers will appear as soon as you get started.