I was chatting with Willie Crawford the other day, and remembered an ebook of his that I wanted to get my hands on. So, I bought it and I'm digging in. It's a very interesting read so far. It's compiled by Willie, but has many contributors.
It's called “20 Ways to Make $100/Day Online” and I'm actually really enjoying it.
The first part is written by Dr. Mani (if you haven't heard of him, yes, he's a big-shot.) 😉 He talks about how you have to turn your mindset around before you can even think of making $100/day and I agree.
I've talked on this blog on many occasions about how your expectations affect your reality. Now, I'm not into the whole “think about it and it will happen” jazz. I believe you do have to work your butt off and build a strong, solid business, but… I do believe that your expectations will affect your experience.
For instance, if I made it my goal to earn $50/month, then, obviously, I'd do certain things to make that happen, and I may or may not reach that goal.
If, however, I set my goal at $500/day, then I'd be basing my decisions upon reaching THAT goal, and I think that would affect my bottom line (and ensure I'd get waaaaay past that other $50/month goal). I'd base my actions upon the hope of reaching $500/day, and wouldn't that make me more focused and make me more determined?
So, why not set your goals higher? If your goal is $200/month, raise it to $500/month. See what happens. Do you work harder? Do you stay more focused?
It comes down to making goals that challenge you. Yes, there is something to be said for making your goals achievable, but I do believe that $100/day is achievable for everyone. Heck, if I can do it, so can you!
I do recommend this ebook. Not every idea in it will interest you, but, if you have a measly $27 to spare, then I would highly recommend you grab a copy of 20 Ways to Make $100/Day Online. It's over 200 pages of information. I've been around the Internet Marketing block a few times, and, of course, there is ALWAYS more to learn and I have to say I'm enjoying it so far. Just the info about upsells and downsells reminded me that I still need to add that to my business model… oops! 😉
If you've read the ebook, please post your thoughts below. Would love to hear your opinion!