Sounds like the desire is there and it's good to have a clear end goal. I know that many of us could have been millionAires once or twice by now too if we could have only avoided the distractions and shiny objects. Best of luck Melvon.
One helpful tip is to reverse engineer your end goal and break down what steps it took to get there.
I'm hoping for the same
Excellent aggressive goals. What's your strategy, where have you started, and where are you currently at?
One of the things that I did in the past - I was in sales and did pretty - was keeping an appointment book. When I made a sale I would high light the appointment and put the amount of the sale. When challenging times came - as they always do in sales - I would go back through my book and see all of the sales that I had and get reenergized. Like clock work, I would start selling again. Some of me biggest weeks would happen after I went through my book.
I tell you this story because you should keep your original post and look at it when you hit a wall. And yes, you will hit walls. That post will help you through some of thise times.
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