I am 25 years old. Growing up, I was lead to believe that you have to be content with what you have, that somehow wanting more is a bad thing. Whenever I wanted something, my barrier was that I shouldn’t want it because a) it is outside of my parents means and b) it was somehow bad to want something more that I didn’t need. I should only want to be comfortable.

I say this is a BS ideology. It is okay to want more, it’s okay to want money.

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BUT Don’t chase money for the sake of chasing money. If you truly help your community, and be passionate about helping people, money will follow.

That is why I dropped out of my masters program in Biology and started a local marketing company 3 months ago.

How did I get started with this? Well I started out with wanting to make money passively. So of course I was drawn into MLM (multi-level marketing). This is a ridiculous industry making it seem like everyone can do it. I wasn’t too sure about it but I took the risk and invested in a program anyway.

Then I stumbled upon a program that was teaching a different business model for making money through internet marketing. This model was using the internet to generate leads for local businesses. It is a great model and all the steps are laid out for you. I still haven’t made any money with this either.

BUT with this type of business model I am seeing so much more of a potential than anything. I feel like the past 3 months It is my fault that I haven’t made any money. I was too focused on my goal of making $1000 dollars per month by 3 months that I didn’t do much to make that kind of money. I was procrastinating and not putting any effort. I was not willing to change my behaviors to match the life I wanted.

Currently I have 2 lead generating websites that I have been desperately trying to get to the first page. One of them is http://www.dfwmetrogaragerepair.com/ I have been taking what I believe are massive actions towards achieving this goal of wanting to make $1000 per month.

I lacked focus I believe. I was trying to do too many things at a time. I feel like I need an outside evaluation into my situation. But then again I should be self aware too. 

So here I am, I dropped out of school, jumped into a business, Invested ALOT of money, still haven’t made any money back, but I refuse to give up on this and my dreams.

Here is a video that made me change the way I viewed my goals and why I think I failed to achieve my 3 month goal.

 

Thanks for reading

Jason.