If you look at people around you, it’s easy to think others have it figured out.
The earnings, the fame, the success.
But everyone, in the end, is just an infant in an adult-shaped suit.
Trying to make it work, best as can.
Even the successful ones, all you get to see is the showreel.
And I promise that their behind-the-scenes is messy as hell.
In my case, I generated many thousands of dollars in sales for clients in just a few days, just by sending a few emails.
I’ve shown people how to triple their consulting fees.
I’ve helped a co-working space reach $25.000 in monthly revenue in less than a year.
I ran a little introduction campaign for a software engineer, which ended up with his application becoming the goto platform in a huge niche.
But for myself?
Well, if I look at this cutting-room floor, there’s a ton of deleted scenes.
Especially last year, when I should have been one of the people who pivoted and grew his business because of, not despite, the upheaval in the business world – but nope. Pretty tough year.
What can I say? It’s the cobbler’s kids who don’t have any shoes to wear.
So I’m going to try something different – what the young ‘uns on Twitter call ’build in public’.
Which means I’m starting a project, to ultimately build a web-app.
And, I’m going to be sharing my progress publicly.
I have no idea what the roadmap is, or what stages I’ll need to go through, or indeed what challenges I’ll be facing.
But damn the torpedoes: full steam ahead.
All I know is that I have a methodology that is extremely profitable for my clients, and I want to make it something hands-off, automated, and ultra affordable.
In these emails I’ll be sharing some of the progress, but if you want to see the full story unfold including all the gory details, follow me on Twitter.
And with that said: