Do something you enjoy doing the rest of your life
Scaling a business and enjoy your freedom when you are financial independent
First one: you'll do something you really enjoy doing so it won't feel like work. Downside is that you might still need to 'work' till you're 70 years old...
MJ mentioning in his books that he's seeing needs every single day, well I'm not. For sure that's all on me and not being at the same level he is.
What I did learn is that the TMF is telling you to create a business that's giving value or providing solutions, scale it, sell it and enjoy life and...
I was sending out email/video messages asking companies what problems/challenges they are facing so I can collect data and find a suitable solution to the needs. The response rate was insane low (below 5%).
After some discussion with some people they suggested me to search it more nearby first...
I am happy I developed my mindset to a state that anything is possible in this world.
I might not be at my end goal yet, at least my mindset is set.
Comparing myself to other people who complain about life, that it sucks, that they're born to fail or being successful isn't for them. I'm glad I...
Why not? Does your client needs to know you outsource it? No.
Do they care you let someone else do the work? No.
They care about getting results, doesn't matter if you, your neighbour or your dog does the job ;).
It's more than 'just', it's harder then it may look.
But in general, yes. Add value and get paid (@Andy Black ;) ).
You can also outsource it if you don't own the skills (Upwork, Fiverr or friends).
You don't have to be an expert.
@Andy Black Thank you again!
I'm wondering though... I get your message.
Let's say someone comes up with a question and I know a little bit about it (let's say SEO).
Of course I want to help him/her but I'm not good enough or I do not know enough to REALLY help them.
The best for them is to...
Thanks Andy, very insightful.
The odd thing is... I’m nothing. I don’t own any skills or a specific skillset that can fix other people’s problems. Which makes it hard to pick a niche or focus on a certain target group who I can help.
1. That they will speak freely with me at what their pain points or challenges are.
2. I'm searching in a certain niche, yes correct. I do not have a product or service, I was thinking about digital marketing in all forms (strategies, advertising, getting leads, branding etc.) but I didn't...
Which makes it hard for me since I want to focus on the US market and I’m from Europe.
Reason why; outsourcing later on, English is a way more spoken language than Dutch and don’t want to trap myself in my own country.
Not sure if this is the right part of the forum for this post, please move when needed.
During my time here on the Fastlane forum I've developed my mindset a lot and stopped focussing on money. It's about providing value and find solutions for needs.
Last week and a half I've been sending...