This is my sixth full year working full time online, so I knew that it was finally time for me to shake things up if I was going to have a major breakthrough and move on to the next level in my business. Luckily, my friend Dennis Becker decided to start an online marketing Breakthrough Challenge recently in the Earn 1K A Day Forum I am a part of, and I was excited to get on board with this.
I just attended and spoke at the Earn 1K A Day Seminar Dennis hosts each year in Las Vegas. This event is inspirational in that everyone shares their story as to how they got from where they were when they began their business to where they are right now. The success stories are ones that we all learn from. You can find out more about Dennis Becker with his ‘Five Bucks A Day‘ training.
For my Breakthrough Challenge I am going to take my idea for The Weekend Marketer and expand it as much as possible over the next twelve months. This concept is based on a book I started last year on becoming an entrepreneur and being responsible for your own economy. That book moved very slowly, and then I had the idea to share my experience of being a ‘weekend marketer’ during my first seven or eight months online. These are my ideas, so far:
- to finish my latest book, The Weekend Marketer, by no later than October 15, 2012
- turn this information into a four part online course to be taught during October
- to have at least 12 other online marketing trainers host me on a webinar to share this course (2 have already agreed to do this)
- speak at live events throughout the world with this as my topic
- seek media attention and coverage for me as an expert on this topic
I want to become known as the expert in this area, and want as many people as possible to be able to change their lives the way I have been able to change mine by starting out part-time and building a profitable online business. I want to bring nationwide, and then world wide, attention to the idea that we must be responsible for earning money in away that does not make us dependent upon others and to the current state of the economy.
I’d love to hear your ideas on this. Am I thinking too big? Too small? Leaving anything out?