One Million Dollars Per Year By the Numbers

Posted by on Aug 16, 2016 in compound effect

Million dollars by the numbers, recurring, retention

What’s a great path to $1 million

When it comes to making your $1 million lifetime, or $1 million per year, you just reverse engineer it and do the math.  Your blueprint will often comes from your focus and your frequency of what resonates with you.  If you feel scarcity, you will take action out of fear, if you feel abundance, you will like attract more abundance and think long term like recurring income and retention.  The main image …

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Measure Your Numbers, Stats, and Conversion Percentages

Posted by on Aug 15, 2016 in compound effect

measure, numbers, stats, percentages

Measure your numbers and keep track

When it comes to evolving a step from a 60+ an hour work week as a self-employed person and you want to take it to the next level, you need to work on the business from a higher level and a broader perspective.  This is done by measuring stats, numbers and keeping track of them.  Often you can keep track of some through an online dashboard, some will need to be done …

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Business Growth is in the numbers

Posted by on Aug 15, 2016 in compound effect

Growth is in the numbers

Business Growth Is about numbers

For those who study the emyth and cash flow quadrant by Robert Kiyosaki and you go on this journey, you will notice that you move from employee to self-employed, to business owner to investor.  I have noticed most won’t take the leap to self-employed, and to get from self-employed to business owner takes being very aligned with time, it’s beyond time management and time leverage because you can be busy, but not effective.  I’ve noticed …

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