So, the ultimate goal of this business (from a revenue
perspective anyway) is, or so I have been taught, is to
build a big fee based practice where you walk in a Jan
1 and you know your going to make 200K, 300K, or
whatever whether you sell something or not. Well, my
question is, how realistic is the whole "set it and
forget it" business model?
By the way, I can do without experts opinions like
execjock whose entire industry experience is THIS
FORUM. I'd like to here from real vets with real
Specifically, is it possible to take extended time
off...obviously you COULD, but is it really reasonable?
I mean, I take a DAY off and I have 8 messages and 2
fires to put out the next day.
Do you ever REALLY stop selling? I like consulting and
educating, but in the end, I really find myself growing
weary of selling to people who ultimately won't
remember or understand anyway. I find it very ironic
how little correlation there can be between financial
savvy and net worth! Some folks have much more money
I guess I'm just starting to second guess myself on the
whole "dream" of what this career can offer. I meet so
many folks lately that have made TONS of money so many
different ways, and I begin to wonder if this career is
worth the headaches. Any advice?