Of course, there are taxes to pay and operating expenses to keep in mind, but still, you have to admit that sounds a lot better than what might be making now, right?
It’s better than owning a coffee house
For a long time, my retirement dream was to open a coffee house and serve truly great coffee. Kind of like Starbucks without the corporate machine. Then I realized how much overhead it would take to open a brick-and-mortar business.
There are way too many expenses for my liking, including:
- lease payments
- employee training and HR paperwork
- taxes up the yin yang
And this is just a small list. Bye-bye coffee house.
Who wants to get up and 4 am just to make coffee anyway?
I’d rather focus my productive years on achieving something that helps other succeed and not just get caffeinated.
Achieving financial independence is the result of the choices we each make. These choices come down to acting on opportunities to achieve more, or by staying on economic autopilot.
We stay at what we believe are safe jobs, only to keep wondering why others seems so fortunate.
How savvy online entrepreneurs achieve financial independence
Ever wonder how entrepreneurs, smart businesspeople, even savvy drug dealers get rich? They understand the most basic principles of business:
They provide a workable solution to a painful problem for people hungry for the desired outcome at an affordable cost.
How you could do this, too
If you want to achieve $500/day in sales (and ultimately earn over $180k per year), consider that you could…
- Sell one $500 item each day
- Sell two $250 items each day
- Sell four $125 items each day
- Sell five $100 items each day
- Sell ten $50 items each day
- Sell 100 $5 items each day
Which one of the above do you think is easiest? The easiest sale to make is actually the first one. It’s easier to sell one item at $500 than it is to sell 100 items at $5. Why? Because the $500 item carries more value and promises a more desirable result than the trinkets at the lower end of the scale.
Plus, if you follow the advice in Subscription Mastermind system, the customer who’s buying the $500 subscription product not only helped you create it, but she also wants to buy it.
Your $500 high-end subscription program
In the Subscription Mastermind way of thinking, your first short-term subscription program will cost a subscriber somewhere in the range of $97-$147. If you sell five of those per day, you’re well on your way to that $182k figure we talked about up front. But what if…
What if…you had three or more subscription programs, each bringing more value to your subscriber and bringing a workable solution to a painful problem for people hungry for the desired outcome at an affordable cost?
What if your price points now looked like this?
- Subscription #1: $97
- Subscription #2: $197
- Subscription #3: $397
- Subscription #4: $667
I think you can see how this can quickly add up to a very profitable business and without all the expenses of a coffee house.
Why not get started today?
Your first step toward this is to take advantage of the discounted price and get my training manual, Subscription Mastermind.