Most goals don’t last. What do some people do differently, that sets them up to accomplish each goal that they set?
This year, you may have been part of that 92% who failed to meet their goals―but that doesn’t have to be true in 2016.
We all need money to pay the bills—most people get that. But once those bills are paid, that doesn’t mean you should stop making money. That’s when your ability to influence really begins.
If impact is what you’re after, there’s good reason to charge for your products even when you don’t need the money yourself.
Your top priority is to provide for your family—but there comes a point where you don’t need any more food, brighter lights, or a bigger home.
That’s when you have the opportunity to do so much more.
Two months ago, I launched my first membership site. With a 9-day registration period, the launch generated $10,541.85 in total sales.
I love Platform University, and I want you to love it too. If you’re not already a member, you are definitely missing out—but you probably don’t know just how much.
I thought school was over when I graduated college.
After all, I’d learned a lot. What else did I need a teacher for?
Looking back at that thought, it seems incredibly naïve—there is so much that I still don’t know.