We get it, you want the sort of cool looking online life that the hippest Instagrammers envy.
You want the kind of fame where people recognize you but you can still run to the grocery store in sweatpants once in awhile without being shamed in the tabloids.
You want to spending fifteen minutes checking email to see what money is coming in and the rest of the day paddleboarding near the beach of your villa in Tahiti.
I have a theory though. You only sort of want that.
You want that to be parts of your life but you really crave some more basic things. You want meaningful work that makes you happy. You want to go to your neice’s soccer game without thinking twice about how things will get done those two hours. And you want to have enough money left over at the end of the month where you ask yourself, ‘Hmmm, what should I do with this?’
Because really, more basically, you like your life as is.
You just want your business to make more money. Or you want your non-profit to be self sustaining. You want to sell more copies of your book, or reach more people who need dog walking services or craft beer.
Making more money makes more Instagram envy possible, sure, but it make the things that’ll actually make you happy more possible too.
There’s work between you and wild success and are willing to do what needs doing. But where to start? You know the key to this growth is somewhere online but what?