Since I was a young teenager, I’ve wanted to be an entrepreneur and work for myself. I have always HATED working for somebody else.
I just didn’t know how to do it.
I didn’t know what to do to become a full-time entrepreneur.
I tried an eBay selling business… FAILED!
I tried selling on Amazon. Made $100k in sales then… FAILED!
I took a $125k/year job in Supply Chain… HATED IT.
It wasn’t until 2017 that I started my first successful company.
Then in 2019, when I was 30, I finally left my job to work on my business full-time.
I launched two more businesses… FAILED AGAIN!
I launched a business with NFTs… FAILED AGAIN!
I started thinking I was not that great of an entrepreneur, and my success was pure luck.
The bottom line was this:
I was stuck in a rut where I kept failing anything new, working week after week, and winding up in the same spot I started in… and I had nobody to turn to for the critical advice every founder needs to know about.
On any given day, I would wonder:
- How do I get in front of my ideal customer?
- What kind of business should I start?
- How long should I take to launch a business?
- Is this business going to be successful?
- What am I doing wrong?
- Why isn’t this working?
Have you ever asked yourself these questions?
I ask because there’s a lot of dead-wrong information out there. It can confuse you, and it can divert your focus from where it actually should be.
The good news is that there are answers if you have a side business or are looking to start or buy one.
And over time, with the help of the right mentors, books, and advice, I believe I’ve found them.
I eventually broke through my rut and got another business going generating $1,000’s every month.
I’m now at the point where I can work when I want, wherever I want.
I am in control of my future, and I reap the rewards of my success.
I finally got a taste of what I thought at the time was the founder’s “dream life.”
Now I want to help others, too.
Knowing precisely how rocky my journey was. Knowing how many awkward mistakes I made along the way…I wanted to “pass on the torch” by helping someone else get there in half the time — with fewer scars and horror stories.
This is why I created this newsletter and share all I’ve learned in this newsletter and on my Twitter and LinkedIn accounts. So if you’ve found value in my content, it’s my honor to help you with your side business.