If you want big change, you have to tackle a small number of BIG WINS.
Yesterday, I got a email reply from a prospect, who said, “I really want to start this business, but I have a lot of student debt and my job doesn’t pay me enough at all.”
My answer to him was…
Get a better job, get financially stable, THEN tackle the business idea!
You can’t change the world if you’re worried about your bills every month.
(Believe me, I tried).
Try wondering how to keep the electric bill paid so your lights stay on, while at the same time wondering how to buy more Facebook newsfeed ads.
The two do NOT go hand in hand.
The trick is to take care of your day to day bills, first.
Rent, food, utilities, insurance, etc…
Then and only then, will you have a fighting chance to build a thriving income that soon replaces what you’re currently making.
When you start playing with your rent money, and things don’t go as planned, you can quickly find yourself in what I refer too as a “Financial Pressure Cooker”, where now you’re in a position to where “THIS” (ie., your home business) has to work like right now, otherwise you’re screwed.
All too often, that’s the beginning of the end for most people.
The key is to prevent that from happening in the first place. By taking heed to the suggestions given above, you can give yourself the space needed to work your business correctly and build something that will last.