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Succeed by Breaking Your Big Goal into Smaller Chunks

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If I told you that you needed to make a million dollars, could you do it? Why or why not?

.... while you're working on the ideas of why or why not, here are some brainstorm ideas to get you started on the "how" --

What if I told you to come up with 20 different items that each provide you positive cash flow of $5 apiece --- and then sell the whole thing as a $100 package to 10,000 people?

What if I told you to come up with 1 idea that provides you positive cash flow of $5 per unit, and over the next ten years, you distribute and sell that item 10 times a year, to 2000 people?

What about one idea that provides you positive cash flow of $29.99 per unit, and over the next year, you offer that item on a monthly basis, 12 times a year, to about 3000 people?

How about your small package, that nets you $3500 apiece --- and you get it into the hands of about 300 people?

 

How about your medium package, that nets you $5000 apiece --- and you get it into the hands of 200 individuals?

How about your grand package, like the licensing fee, that nets you $50000 apiece --- and you get it into the hands of 20 people?
 
The original goal doesn't sound too difficult once you start thinking about how to break things down into bite-size, manageable chunks, right?
 
Your journey, even if it is a worldwide journey, starts off by you taking one step at a time. Start by thinking through your plan. Then, recruit some people for feedback. Then, find potential customers and partners. Create business cards. Create a website. Collaborate with others. Start to develop additional ways to be of service to your community of clients.... and voila! - you're on your way.

 

You can reach your challenge by breaking the challenge down into pieces you can handle.

Your task, however, is to work on your "big goal" consistently and diligently on a regular basis. We might say "oh, it's too hard" or "that's impossible" or "maybe I'll do that later" --- all of those phrases are soul-sucking: consider changing the phrasing to things like "What can I do today that fits my big goal?" and "What do I want to achieve with this activity?" or "How can I make this activity fit my goal?"

If you have a big dream, go for it. You will find people, resources, support, and partners to help you get there.

 

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