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Income Report for November and December, 2017 – A Year in Review

2017 Income Report

Every month I publish an income report…why? Good question 🙂

1. Accountability

With all the shiny objects out there it’s easy to spend WAY more than you’re earning. Luckily I realized this early on and I’ve kept detailed records of my expenses ever since. That being said, I know that there are certain expenses that are NECESSARY when running a business. As much as I don’t want to pay for them, I need to pay for my email autoresponder, website hosting, and video hosting every month. It’s just a part of doing business. There are other things that I buy as well, but I try my best to keep my expenses SIGNIFICANTLY LESS than my revenue. If I can do that then I’m ahead of the game.

2. Integrity

On my show I ask my guests a lot of personal questions. One that frequently comes up is “How much do you make?”. I feel like I need to reveal my own income if I’m going to be asking others the same question. It only seems right.

3. Perspective

There are a lot of online marketers out there who fake-it-till-they-make-it. In other words, they fudge their numbers and exaggerate their earnings in order to establish false authority in their niche. My goal is that by watching my income grow slowly over time you’ll realize that there is no get-rich-quick button.

 

Here’s my results for November, 2017

17,369 page views (-2,041 from October) *I had Google Analytics turned off for 10 days by mistake…so this number is actually higher

29,548 Youtube channel views (-3,404 from October)

165,444 Youtube minutes watched (-25,421 from October)

Email subscribers:  23,183 (-30 subscribers from October)

Expenses

Prizes for Instant Video Pages launch: $5,250 – These are the prizes we gave away to affiliates for promoting our launch

Electronics: $1,767 – I got some computer electronics for my business

Virtual assistant: $800 – I have an assistant help with all my promotions, including copywriting, scheduling, and posting.

Paypal fees: $547.88

Sales graphics: $453.99 – Rest of payment for Instant Video Pages sales page graphics

Aweber: $422.80 – This is my list building software that allows me to email everyone when there’s a new interview or review

Sales copy: $250 for final 50% payment for Instant Video Pages sales copy

Facebook ads: $204.48 – I’ve been experimenting with FB ads on my JV promos, doing giveaways of IM products, and testing other niches

Internet: $50 – This is what I pay for my fiber Internet in Turkey

ZenDesk: $50 – Brett and I use this for our helpdesk for our launches

Gusto: $45 – This is the company I use for my SCORP payroll

eCourses: $34 – I bought a course by Richie Nolan about selling high ticket coaching

Extra graphics: $32.33 for extra graphic for 1000th episode

Monthly phone fees: $30

ManyChat: $30 – A service that I use to build a Facebook messenger list

Amazon S3: $23.96 – I use this to host images, bonuses, and videos

Resell Rights Weekly: $19.95 – Reoccurring membership fee for the bonuses I add from my interviews and reviews

Wufoo: $19 – This is the form we use for coaching applications

Audible: $15.77 – Business books to further my education

Jvzoo seller fees: $11.70

iCloud: $9.99 – I use this to store my documents online

Skype: $9.99 for premium – I do all my interviews with Skype and Ecamm call recorder on a Mac.

Vault Press: $5 – A quick and easy tool that I use to backup my website

 

Total expenses: $10,082.84 (+$7,975.96  spent compared to October)

Revenue

Tube Rank Machine: $1,507.66 from review and interview with Ankur Shukla

Videlligence: $1,328 from review and interview with Mario Brown

Outsourcing Mastery: $1,265.74 from review and interview with Sam Bakker

7-Figure Masterclass: $1,104.88 from review and interview with Declan Mc

Flicktive: $1,101.40 from review and interview with Brett Ingram

Spazeship: $1,046.59 from review and interview with Mehdi Tehani

Smarketly: $854.81 from review and interview with Simon

FB Engagr: $754 from review and interview with Seun Ogundele

DFY Chief: $729.54 from review and interview with Joshua Zamora

Visual Voice Pro 2.0: $689.42 from review and interview with Arthur Joseph

Stop Motion Creator: $537.46 from review and interview with Andrew Darius

Video Marketing Blaster: $512.22 from review and interview with Ali G.

Limitless: $442.46 from review and interview with Neil Moran

Leadifly: $376.95 from review and interview with Andy Firth

Convertri 2017: $345.50 from review and interview with Andy Fletcher

Instastore: $194 from review and interview with Neil Napier

Arbitrage Underdog 5.0: $169.15 from review and interview with Tom E.

Ascend Pages: $169 from review and interview with Andrew Darius

Designo Pro: $165.72 from review and interview with Todd Gross

Synd Buddy: $155.13 from review

DropMock Kinetic: $132 from review and interview with Lee Pennington

Traffic Trapper: $112.88 from review and interview with Art Flair

AdReel: $111 from review and interview with Ryan Phillips

Viddyoze 2.0: $109.15 from review and interview with Viddyoze team

Ignition: $94.61 from review and interview with Brendan Mace

Thrive Leads: $90 from review and interview with Shane Melaugh

Easy VSL 2.0: $80 from review and interview with Mark Thompson

Social Traffic Jacker: $74 from review and interview with Tony Hayes

WP Freshstart 4.0: $72.17 from review and interview with Ankur Shukla

Backlink Machine: $71.84 from review and interview with Ankur Shukla

Viddictive: $71.20 from review and interview with Mario Brown

Azon Profit Builder: $71.01 from review and interview with Ankur Shukla

PinDrill: $67 from review and interview with Maddy Dutta

Instant Funnel Lab: $66.98 from review and interview with Glynn Kosky

InstaEasy: $64.50 from review and interview with Luke Maguire

Send Engine: $60.05 from review and interview with Petru Iacob

Commissionology: $58.57 from review and interview with Michael Cheney

Easy Links: $53 from review and interview with Karthik Ramani

Fan Marketer: $51.50 from review and interview with Dan Green

WP 1-Click Traffic: $51.17 from review and interview with Ankur Shukla

Flick Graph: $48.46 from review and interview with Andrew Darius

Instant Spokesperson: $48 from review

Tuberank Jeet 3: $45.58 from review

Affiliate Rebirth: $45.50 from review and interview with Greg Kononenko

Email Click Magnet 2.0: $40.50 from review

Affiliazon: $38.23 from review and interview with Kurt Chrisler

Fruitful: $38.03 from review and interview with Ben Murray

Repwarn reseller : $33.50 from review and interview with Walt Bayliss

Promoyze: $33.30 from review and interview with Andrew Darius

Profit Sorcery: $30.80 from review and interview with Ed Brooks

Drop Mock Video: $29.60 from review and interview with Lee Pennington

Converzly: $28.50 from review and interview with Justin Burns

vRankerPro: $28.50 from review and interview with Andy Black

Vidgeos: $27 from review and interview with Josh Ratta

Vid Skippy 2.0: $26.97 from review and interview with Mark Bishop

PBN Builder: $25.20 from review and interview with Joshua Zamora

Script Engage 2.0: $23.50 from review and interview with Sam Bakker

Video Traffic X (CLOSED): $23.50 from review and interview with Walt Bayliss

InstaSuite (CLOSED): $23.50 from webinar with Neil Napier

Funnel Secrets: $22.20 from review

Rank Cipher: $21 from review and interview with Muhammad Azhar

Ad Respark (CLOSED): $20 from review and interview with Devin Zander

Adsvisor 2.0 $19 from review and interview with Abhi Dwivedi

IM Newbie: $18.90 from review and interview with Kevin Fahey

Viral Loop: $18.50 from review and interview with Cindy Donovan

UltraVid: $18.50 from review and interview with Radu Hahaianu

Video Builder: $18.48 from review and interview with Todd Gross

eCom Pages: $16.45 from review and interview with Mo Aguel

Fan Inviter: $15.99 from review and interview with Andrew Darius

Sales Dynamite Jack (CLOSED) : $15.98 from being cookied

Credi Response: $14.94 from review and interview with Cryil “Jeet” Gupta

Press Play 2.0: $13.50 from review and interview with Mark Thompson

Vidicle: $12.18 from review and interview with Andy Brocklehurst

Mail X: $9.98 from review and interview with Han Fan

OmniXPress: $9.98 from review and interview with Radu

HydraVid (CLOSED): $9.98 from review and interview with Walt Bayliss

Live Caster: $9.96 from review and interview with Cyril Gupta

Pimpr: $8.58 from review and interview with Mark Bishop

Visibily: $8.50 from review and interview with Neil Napier

Social Kickstart: $8.50 from review and interview with Mark Thompson

WP Profit Builder: $7.50 from review and interview with Sean Donahoe

Your Profit Store: $5.99 from review and interview with Radu Hahaiuanu

Webinar X: $5.99 from review and interview with Neil Napier

2016 Traffic and Conversion Summit Notes: $4.96 from review and interview with Tim Castleman

 

Total revenue from interviews and reviews: $15,985.97 (-$4,502.01 from October)

Coaching: $17,000 – My earnings from private coaching that Brett and I do together

Instant Video Pages: $14,122.97 – My earnings from a launch Brett and I did

Launch expenses: $3,200 – Prize and sales expenses for Instant Video Pages launch from Brett

Social Robot JV commission: $914.87 – This my cut from a launch I did with Joshua Zamora in early 2015

Affiliate Income Secrets: $234 – My product teaching how I make money from affiliate marketing

Profit Canvas Unlimited: $133.57  – My commission from a private webinar Brett Rutecky and I did

Autonars: $106.30 – My earnings from a launch I did with Brett Rutecky in June, 2017

Google Adsense: $101.37 – Earnings from Youtube and Adsense

Insta Funnel agency: $61.45 – My earnings from a webinar I did with Brett

Group Traffic Profits: $58.63 – My earnings from a launch I did in December, 2016 with Brett Rutecky

Review Wizard: $56.38 – My earnings from a launch Brett and I did in February, 2017

Re-Engager: $30.38 – My earnings from a launch I did with Brett Rutecky and Tim Verdouw

Resell Rights Weekly: $27.94 – This is a website that has a ton of products that you can use as your own

Mail It: $27.92 – My earnings from a launch I did in August, 2016 with Brett Rutecky

Keyword Suggestions JV commission: $26.99 – This is my cut from a launch I did with Radu in September, 2015

Social Traffic System: $19.50 – My earnings from a launch I did with Brett Rutecky in September, 2017

Profit Canvas Pro: $9.21 from a product Brett Rutecky and I launched in 2015

Udemy: $3.69 – Earnings from a course I have on Udemy

 

Total from OTHER streams of income:   $36,135.17 (+$33,347.78 from October)

 

Total Revenue: $52,121.14 (+$28,845.77 from October)

Total Profit: $42,038.30 (+$20,869.81 from October)


 

Here’s my results for December, 2017

8,140 page views (-9,229 from November) *I had Google Analytics turned off for 13 days by mistake…so this number is actually higher

23,384  Youtube channel views (-6,164 from November)

129,876 Youtube minutes watched (-35,568 from November)

Email subscribers:  20,464 (-2,719 subscribers from November) *I did some list cleaning

Expenses

Virtual assistant: $800 – I have an assistant help with all my promotions, including copywriting, scheduling, and posting.

Paypal fees: $385.53

Aweber: $213 – This is my list building software that allows me to email everyone when there’s a new interview or review

Sales graphics: $100 – Prepayment for Hijax sales page

Express VPN: $99 – Virtual network for accessing special accounts

WiFi extender: $99 – Electronic that extends my WiFi into my office

Internet: $50 – This is what I pay for my fiber Internet in Turkey

ZenDesk: $50 – Brett and I use this for our helpdesk for our launches

Gusto: $45 – This is the company I use for my SCORP payroll

ManyChat: $30 – A service that I use to build a Facebook messenger list

Amazon S3: $25.54 – I use this to host images, bonuses, and videos

Resell Rights Weekly: $19.95 – Reoccurring membership fee for the bonuses I add from my interviews and reviews

Jvzoo seller fees: $19.40

Wufoo: $19 – This is the form we use for coaching applications

Schedule Once: $19

Audible: $15.77 – Business books to further my education

Facebook ads: $12.65 – I’ve been experimenting with FB ads on my JV promos, doing giveaways of IM products, and testing other niches

iCloud: $9.99 – I use this to store my documents online

Skype: $9.99 for premium – I do all my interviews with Skype and Ecamm call recorder on a Mac.

Vault Press: $5 – A quick and easy tool that I use to backup my website

 

Total expenses:  $2,027.82 (-$8,055.02  spent compared to November)

Revenue

Discover: $2,596.40 from review and interview with Walt Bayliss

Auto Profit System: $2,507.53 from review and interview with Craig Crawford

P1 Profits: $1,333.72 from review and interview with Joshua Zamora

Funnel Messenger: $1,229.83 from review and interview with Jai Sharma

Designo Pro 2.0: $972.92 from review and interview with Todd Gross

Tidalwave Traffic: $952.91 from review and interview with Mehdi Tihani

Local Animation Studio: $836.60 from review and interview with Matt Bush

Incomely: $809.86 from review and interview with Art Flair

Vidoyo: $367 from review and interview with Mario Brown

WP Site Guardian 2.0: $203.38 from review and interview with Chris Hitman

Ascend Pages: $169 from review and interview with Andrew Darius

Ad Quiz Video: $154.90 from review and interview with Mario Brown

XLeads360: $146.58 from review and interview with Adrian Isfan

Video Marketing Blaster: $139.58 from review and interview with Ali G.

Tube Rank Machine: $115.66 from review and interview with Ankur Shukla

Fan Marketer: $108.48 from review and interview with Dan Green

Zapable (CLOSED): $103.95 from review and interview with Chris Fox

Viddyoze 2.0: $96.20 from review and interview with Viddyoze team

Thrive Leads: $90 from review and interview with Shane Melaugh

AdReel: $88.80 from review and interview with Ryan Phillips

Flicktive: $82.98 from review and interview with Brett Ingram

Easy VSL 2.0: $80 from review and interview with Mark Thompson

Flipside Profits: $75.38 from review and interview with Phil Blackwell

Social Traffic Jacker: $74 from review and interview with Tony Hayes

Smarketly: $50.75 from review and interview with Simon

Azon Authority: $48.84 from review and interview with Sean Donahoe

Instant Spokesperson: $48 from review

Vid Curator FX: $48 from review and interview with Ben Murray

InstaEasy: $45 from review and interview with Luke Maguire

Vizully: $44.94 from review and interview with Brett Ingram

Azon Profit Builder: $43.50 from review and interview with Ankur Shukla

Commissionology: $40.50 from review and interview with Michael Cheney

Credi Response: $39.62 from review and interview with Cryil “Jeet” Gupta

Memster: $35.78 from being cookied

Repwarn reseller : $33.50 from review and interview with Walt Bayliss

VSource: $33.50 from review and interview with Mark Bishop

Promoyze: $33.30 from review and interview with Andrew Darius

Vid Engage: $32.97 from review and interview with Ankur Shukla

Affiliazon: $32.40 from review and interview with Kurt Chrisler

Email Click Magnet 2.0: $32 from review

Absolute Jacker : $30.44 from review and interview with Ariel Sanders

Drop Mock Video: $29.60 from review and interview with Lee Pennington

Ignition: $29.36 from review and interview with Brendan Mace

Convertri 2017: $29.10 from review and interview with Andy Fletcher

vRankerPro: $28.50 from review and interview with Andy Black

Flick Graph: $28.46 from review and interview with Andrew Darius

Vidgeos: $27 from review and interview with Josh Ratta

Quotamator: $24.98 from review and interview with Brett Ingram

Video Traffic X (CLOSED): $23.50 from review and interview with Walt Bayliss

InstaSuite (CLOSED): $23.50 from webinar with Neil Napier

Rank Cipher: $21 from review and interview with Muhammad Azhar

Limitless: $20.65 from review and interview with Neil Moran

Adsvisor 2.0 $19 from review and interview with Abhi Dwivedi

IM Newbie: $18.90 from review and interview with Kevin Fahey

Viral Loop: $18.50 from review and interview with Cindy Donovan

Vid Skippy 2.0: $17.98 from review and interview with Mark Bishop

eCom Pages: $16.45 from review and interview with Mo Aguel

Auto Emulate: $13.50 from review and interview with Paul Lynch

WP Commission Machine: $13.50 from review and interview with Ankur Shukla

Press Play 2.0: $13.50 from review and interview with Mark Thompson

Backlink Machine: $12.50 from review and interview with Ankur Shukla

Webby Vid: $12.47 from review and interview with Radu Hahaianu

Funnel Secrets: $11.10 from review

Ad Respark (CLOSED): $10 from review and interview with Devin Zander

Mail X: $9.98 from review and interview with Han Fan

OmniXPress: $9.98 from review and interview with Radu

HydraVid (CLOSED): $9.98 from review and interview with Walt Bayliss

Live Caster: $9.96 from review and interview with Cyril Gupta

Pimpr: $8.58 from review and interview with Mark Bishop

Visibily: $8.50 from review and interview with Neil Napier

Social Kickstart: $8.50 from review and interview with Mark Thompson

WP Profit Builder: $7.50 from review and interview with Sean Donahoe

FB Engagr: $7 from review and interview with Seun Ogundele

Your Profit Store: $5.99 from review and interview with Radu Hahaiuanu

Webinar X: $5.99 from review and interview with Neil Napier

WP 1-Click Traffic: $4.70 from review and interview with Ankur Shukla

2016 Traffic and Conversion Summit Notes: $4.96 from review and interview with Tim Castleman

 

Total revenue from interviews and reviews:  $14,573.57 (-$1,412.40 from November)

Coaching: $8,500 – My earnings from private coaching that Brett and I do together

Coaching difference: $2,250 – Brett sent me the difference for coaching payments we received

Affiliate Income Secrets: $372.64 – My product teaching how I make money from affiliate marketing

Profit Canvas Unlimited: $314.71  – My commission from a private webinar Brett Rutecky and I did

Instant Video Pages: $256.86 – My earnings from a launch Brett and I did in November, 2017

Autonars: $118.26 – My earnings from a launch I did with Brett Rutecky in June, 2017

Google Adsense: $104.99 – Earnings from Youtube and Adsense

Mail It: $75.38 – My earnings from a launch I did in August, 2016 with Brett Rutecky

Insta Funnel agency: $61.45 – My earnings from a webinar I did with Brett

Resell Rights Weekly: $42.61 – This is a website that has a ton of products that you can use as your own

Social Robot JV commission: $38.18 – This my cut from a launch I did with Joshua Zamora in early 2015

Keyword Suggestions JV commission: $26.99 – This is my cut from a launch I did with Radu in September, 2015

Profit Canvas Pro: $9.21 from a product Brett Rutecky and I launched in 2015

Re-Engager: $5.04 – My earnings from a launch I did with Brett Rutecky and Tim Verdouw

 

Total from OTHER streams of income:   $12,176.32 (-$23,958.85 from November)

 

Total Revenue: $26,749.89 (-$25,371.25 from November)

Total Profit: $24,722.07 (-$17,316.23 from November)

 

Here are the final stats for 2017:

Total Revenue: $453,192.63

Total Expenses:$58,466.67

Total Profit (before taxes):

$394,725.96

My income decreased about $91k from 2016…which is what I expected since we did less launches this year.

 

I’m still very happy with these results since I made the same salary as a surgeon, CEO of a large company, a Wall Street Banker…and the President of the United States. Not too shabby 😉

What happened in 2017?

This year FLEW by for me. I’m not sure if it’s because we bought a new apartment and I’ve been wishing the months away so I could pay it off completely (which I did) or if I’m just getting older and time is passing faster…but either way…this year went by in a blink.

I had a bunch of goals that I set out at the beginning of last year, and of course I haven’t looked at them since 🙁 Let’s see if I hit any of them this year.

So let’s look at a timeline for 2017:

January: I started 2017 by ringing in the New Year with my family in Maine, followed by a quick overnight trip to New York before flying back to Istanbul. Once we got back we were met with a HUGE snow storm (and some jet lag) that prevented me from getting back into my work until the second week. I was still able to make $24,672 with a late start 🙂

February: After a slow start, Brett and I were back at it in February. We launched a software called Review Wizard  and did $83,000 in total sales. We were a bit disappointed that we did hit six figures on this one, but it was still a decent launch. I ended up making $39,292.

March: This month brought us our WORST product launch ever, with a total of $38,000 in sales. We partnered with a newer marketer to help him bring it to market, and it just didn’t go as planned. However we learned some powerful lessons from it that we haven’t repeated since. My wife and I also bought our new apartment. I made a total of $39,130.

April: Brett and I entered another partnership…but this time the result was much better. We launched a software called Board Commander and did $150,000 in sales. And my wife and I finally got to take another vacation where we went on a road trip from Germany to Austria and back with some friends. I made a total of $48,344.

May: This month was a bit hectic. I was able to juggle some promos, a backend webinar, and a few other webinars while moving into our new apartment in the middle of the month. All this moving around made it essential that I had things planned out ahead of time, and I did a fairly good job at it with a total income of $33,076.

June: We launched Autonars, and did about $111,000 in total sales. From that launch, and the backend webinar, I made about $33k in profit, which was definitely a nice addition to a relatively slow year. This was to be our last “BIG” launch before the Summer, and I ended up with a total income of $47,117.

July: Summer was here. My wife and I started the month by spending the first week in Bozcaada (Tenedos), a beautiful tiny island off the coast of Turkey. When we came back I did affiliate promos for the next couple of weeks, and then I took the last week off to take a trip to Olimpos with a friend. After that we did a boat cruise in Bodrum with my wife and a larger group of friends. It was nice to disconnect from the business and enjoy some of the money that I’d worked so hard making during the first part of the year. Even with this time off I ended up with a total income of $25,904.

August: I took another two weeks off this month. Of course I did a few little promos while I was off at the beach, but my priority wasn’t work…it was spending time with my family. We took a trip to Bodrum again, and stayed at my in-law’s timeshare, soaking in the sun during the day and eating delicious seafood at night. Of course, the Summer vacationing started to take a bit of a toll on my income…but I was 100% fine with it 🙂 I ended up making $19,226.

September: Summer was over, and it was time to get back to work (for the most part). We launched our Social Traffic System at the beginning of the month and did $50,000 in sales. It wasn’t our best launch ever, but I still made about $15,000 in profits including the backend webinar. Towards the end of the month I went to a marketing event in Orlando, Florida. I spent the weekend there, and then met up with my wife, sister-in-law, and mom in New York City. We spent a week in New York, and I probably ate about 100 oysters throughout the week…not great for my cholesterol 🙂 I ended up with a total profit of $30,028.

October: This month I published my 1,000th episode of The Mike From Maine Show. I also took a mini-road trip with some friends to Olimpos. However in general it was a typical month, but a little slow income-wise, ending with $21,168 in profits.

November: This was actually a pretty good month, considering it was close to the end of the year. We released a software called Instant Video Pages, which did about $55,000 in total sales. On top of that, we opened up our coaching program where we teach how to start your own profitable software business. I ended up making $42,038.

December: This month started off slowly as I was pretty exhausted from doing phone calls with prospective coaching clients. My wife and I took a trip to Hamburg at the beginning of the month, and then I closed down “shop” around the 20th for the Christmas holiday and New Year’s. Even with the traditionally slow holiday season, I was able to profit $24,722.

What WERE my goals for 2017?

Business goals

1. Be easily making $50,000 per month by December, 2017 DIDN’T ACHIEVE

Unfortunately I missed this goal by a lot. I made an average of $32,893 per month in 2017.

2. Build my email list to 30,000 active subscribers DIDN’T ACHIEVE

I ended the year with less subscribers than I started with. However, I’ve been cleaning my list a lot more recently to remove people who never open emails.

3. Invest in another property ACHIEVED

We bought a new apartment in March and kept the old one as a rental. In 2017 I became a landlord for the first time 🙂

4. Launch at least 7 software and training products DIDN’T ACHIEVE

We did 6 launches this year, one more than in 2016, but technically I didn’t hit my goal of 7 launches.

5. Read or listen to 2 business books per month DIDN’T ACHIEVE

This one was a big failure. I don’t think I even listed to one business book.

Personal Goals

6. Get my weight down to 175 lbs (currently 184.5 lbs) and my body fat to 20% (currently 22.8%) DIDN’T ACHIEVE

I ended the year at exactly the same weight (184.5 lbs), but my body fat is down to 21.6, so I lost a bit of fat.

7. Read or listen to 2 fiction books per month DIDN’T ACHIEVE

I read and listened to a few books this year, but no where near 2 ebooks per month.

8. Start a cooking show as a hobby on Youtube and create at least 100 videos DIDN’T ACHIEVE

My wife and I were going to start a show, but it ended up that I was more excited about it than she was 🙂 Instead she is pursing a hobby in jewelry making and ceramics.

 

So that makes it ONE achievement and SEVEN “failures”. To be honest, I didn’t set myself up for success. I made these goals and then didn’t look at them again until a year later. In order to stick with goals like these you need to have them right in front of you. I definitely didn’t do that.

 

So what ARE my goals for 2018?

Business goals

1. Be easily making $30,000 per month by December, 2018

My goal this year is to average $30,000 per month, thus totaling $360,000. This is actually LESS than I made in 2017, but I’d prefer working a bit less and still making a healthy income.

2. Build my email list to 20,000 active subscribers

I’m currently in the process of cleaning my email list. If I can end up at 20,000 active subscribers by December I’ll be in great shape.

3. Help at least 20 students launch their first software

We recently started a coaching program at the end of 2017. I’d love to have at least 20 of them put out their first softwares.

4. Launch at least 5 products

I’m not going to try and launch a ton of products this year. I’d rather do less launches but make them bigger.

5. Read or listen to 2 business books per month

I have this goal every year, and I’m yet to achieve it. This year I will.

Personal Goals

6. Get my weight down to 175 lbs (currently 184.5 lbs) and my body fat to 20% (currently 21.6%)

My weight usually fluctuates between 183 and 189. I’d like to fluctuate between 173 and 179 instead.

7. Read or listen to 2 fiction books per month

I have this goal every year, and I’m yet to achieve it. This year I will.

8. Relax

I’ve built a profitable business and now live in a nice apartment. I’d like to enjoy it more even if that means making less money.

 

2017 was a bit of a stressful year for me with spending a large chunk of my assets on a new apartment. I’m hoping to simply continue doing what’s working in my business in 2018 and start helping more people who are just getting started.

Thank you so much for reading this, following my journey, watching my interviews and reviews, and of course, purchasing products through my affiliate link. I couldn’t do this without you!

Have a great 2018!

  • January 5, 2018
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