• Dave Kotecki
    "You can work me long, but you can't work me hard" ~ a highly motivated soldier

    Have you ever worked very hard for a long time?

    I'm not talking about working late a few nights in a week or a couple of weeks of overtime.

    I mean when you're spent every night when you get home, barely enough energy to watch the latest episode of The Walking Dead, not hungry, but you know you'd better eat because you'll need the energy when the alarm blasts you awake at 05:11.

    That kinda work.

    The kind that leaves you burnt out and it seems every time you turn around there's yet another task you must perform.

    Makes me a little tired just thinking about it.

    I've felt that way for the past several months. Went from great job, to very low-paying job, to self-employed, to partner in a trucking firm, to got another truck in the fleet. (ok, it's a small fleet. but it's still a fleet)

    And that's just in the real world.

    Switching to digital, I completely shifted direction, got new partners, had new systems developed (which were destroyed within a week due to shysters), new funnels, new delivery systems, and a ho' bunch more.

    Some of it you've seen already, but as they say in show biz, "The best is yet to come"!

    It's been one heckuva ride.

    I sincerely hope you've been one of the lucky ones like me.

    The businesses I'm in have done well, and I was able to keep on keepin' on til things got better.

    But it was close. Waaay too close a few times.

    I've hit my limit.

    It's time to put the pedal to the metal and not let up. Because I've seen what happens to businesses that aren't structured properly. When they don't have a backup plan and the cashola to carry it out. When forces beyond their control shut them down with arbitrary rules and no way to accurately choose a path forward.

    It all starts with a good offense, backed by a solid defense.

    I'm talking about how you manage your in-come on a weekly basis, and the concrete steps you must take to ensure you're never caught short - no matter what happens.

    These are concepts taught in our new 7STF course. Concepts you need to survive no matter what.

    You'll discover how to build a rock-solid foundation for your online bidniss, and begin to reprogram your subconscious mind to steer you in the right direction automatically.

    Step 2 shows you how to direct the shekels you receive to maximize their effect on your fin-ancial future.

    Shoot me a chat for the link to get started. (it's free)
    "You can work me long, but you can't work me hard" ~ a highly motivated soldier

    Have you ever worked very hard for a long time?

    I'm not talking about working late a few nights in a week or a couple of weeks of overtime.

    I mean when you're spent every nigh...See more
    Apr 25
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