Do you think you’d be a millionaire if you made $114 an hour?
You could, but you’d have to work 24/7/365…
…and if you could somehow manage that you’d make a million bucks in a year.
To me, that’s not worth it because it would sacrifice my health, time with family, and sanity.
Plus, I’m pretty damn sure it’s humanly impossible.
Now let’s say I made $114 an hour and worked 40 hours a week, for 12 months, I’d only make $280k a year. A little over a quarter-mill.
That’s not too shabby. I can live a pretty good life with that kind of bread. Yet, if my goal is to become a millionaire, and your goal should be since life continues to get more and more expensive… then you have a long way to go.
So how could you work less and make more?
Here’s the blueprint…
Solve big and complex problems for a lot more money.
Why? Because you can command more money for the solution that most other people simply can not deliver.
For example, I solve business scaling problems for 6, 7 & 8-figure entrepreneurs and help them dominate in their industry within a couple years.
Because this is a big problem for them, I can charge a big price.
To work with me 1-on-1 costs $100K a year.
Although this price may seem high, after working with me, my client almost immediately doubled, tripled and quadrupled their revenue within the first year.
To further double down on why you need to solve the big and complex problems to bring home barrels full of cash, let me do some simple “millionaire math”.
If you wanted to hit the million-dollar mark with a $100,000 service, you’d only need 10 people to buy your services.
You see, it’s easier to get to the million dollars if you have fewer people and they’re each giving you huge chunks of money to help them solve their problems.
Plus, with the fewer number of people served, you won’t need a big team or sacrifice hours of your time or your freedom.
So if you want to work less, make more and shrink your overhead, then solve big and complex problems for people and charge a whole bunch more.
This doesn’t mean that you have to charge $100K a year like I do. I built up to that over many years.
But my challenge to you would be this: Why can’t you charge twice what you’re charging now in your industry?
The way to do that is to figure out what you’d need to do to differentiate yourself and to find a problem in your industry that no one else is able to solve, then get really good at solving that.
Hope that gets your wheels spinning 😉
BTW, I’m thinking about launching a 90 day income ignition coaching program for 6 and 7 figure earners who want to grow even faster in marketing, profits and time freedom.
If you think this is something you’d want to learn more about when I launch it then send the words “90 days” via DM here on Instagram.