Says a reader about yesterday’s email on “Making 2018 a tiny bit above average year”:
“I really liked this, Tom. I’m always trying to hit it out of the park and found that it contributes to a lot of my problems. That’s why this year I’m looking at incremental increases, even though I’m still keeping my huge goals in sight. In order to perform at the $100K per year level, you’ve got to first learn how to have a $10K month. Then after that, you just got to learn to do it consistently. A simple concept that completely escaped me. I appreciate that you take the time to write each one of these emails.”
Yup, let’s set reasonable expectations.
My bootcamp is designed to add $100,000 to your bottom-line in the next 12 months.
But you’ll obviously hit the $10K mark first.
And, shockingly, you’ll only hit any of the marks if you actually attend and then go and IMPLEMENT what I teach you.
It doesn’t grow arms and legs and implement itself.
It needs an ounce of effort from YOU.
Just learn to take the first step.
Then the one after.
And then the one after that.
Don’t swing for the fences.
Win with base hits.
I show you how step-by-step and move-by-move.
Let’s start achieving your reasonable expectations here:
Traction Real Estate Mentors