There's something about the figure "$100,000" that just has a magical ring to it. Since the 1980s, a $100,000 income has been a benchmark of financial success. It used to buy a nice house in a posh neighborhood, two cars in the driveway, family vacations, college tuition for the kids, and a fair level of luxuries. Only about 20% of American households...

Small steps make a big difference.




In 1993, I started a small restaurant hood and duct cleaning business. I was a nurse manager, and everybody called me crazy for doing work where I had to really get my hands dirty and work like a dog.

By 2010, My brother and I had a large multi-million dollar fire protection company. We had several crews doing the hands on work. And hood cleaning only made up about 5% of our revenue by then. We worked and traveled all over the world.

We also owned a franchise in Utah.

We sold it and retired for about 3 months. Retiring in your early 40's is boring at best. So, I started business and marketing consulting and coaching.

Over the years I learned marketing, branding, advertising, management, and copywriting from some of the very best in the world. I also wrote and sent out countless direct Mail campaigns and email ads.

I have written tons of books (warning , some are better than others). I got better with time.

One of the startups that I was paid to do in NY, sold for $25.5 million in less than 2 years.

As I said, small steps make a big difference.

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