What are your goals for 2023?
Good Afternoon everyone!
Going into the new year, have you already planned out what goals you want to achieve? Are you breaking up your goals into six month periods or are you looking at the year as a whole? What steps are you going to put into place to make sure you achieve these goals?
My goal for 2023 being a newer wholesaler is to make six figures and close 50 properties. I know this may sound like a stretch but I am determined to make it happen. I am breaking my goals up into six month periods, taking time to make sure I hold myself accountable while also looking at the year in a whole. I am putting together a scheduled calendar for everyday to with check in points to see where I am along the journey. Staying consistent, working hard, keeping my goals my only focus I know I can make it happen.
Hi Katlynn! I write my goals every December for the next year and I break them down into quarterly milestones and monthly objectives. This helps me keep myself on track to accomplish everything I set out to do at the beginning of the year. At the end of the month I review my monthly objectives and make decisions about what the next months objective should look like.
Great job setting a big scary goal! If your goals dont scare you then they arent big enough. Also, on a personal note make sure you set some personal goals as well as business goals. I set my goals based on the person I want to become by the end of the year.
As someone who makes 6 figures a year, let me tell you that you do not need to close 50 deals. 5 deals with 20K fees will get you to 100K and 10 deals at 10K will also get you there. I think 50 deals in a year without a massive team is a steep proposition. If you just want to make 6 figures you can set your sights much lower. Heck 20 deals at 5k a piece will get you there. Putting the right systems in place will help you spend more time working on your business instead of in it. As you are building your wholesaling business be sure to take some time to document the processes and SOPs so that when you start outsourcing the day to day tasks it will be easier to train the folks you stick into those positions. My first hire was a VA to do my cold calling. It freed me up to do so much more in my business.
I dont doubt you will hit your financial goal as long as you stay consistent. If I can help you in any way please let me know! Feel free to reach out!