This is the next installment in an ongoing series where I talk about my history in business starting all the way back when I was a child to now my mid-forties.
I saw a video recently where a professional actor was talking to a group of press and Hollywood industry folks. He said something very interesting that explains a lot of what I’ve been talking about in terms of Western pop culture in general and movies in particular.
The Alpha 2.0 Business Model requires you to eventually have 2-4 small, location-independent businesses that don’t require employees nor extensive time to manage. I get a lot of questions regarding how to spread your time across these 2-4 companies.
Here’s how this works.
First, if you’re starting from scratch and you don’t have any businesses of your own yet, the last thing you want do is to start two or three companies all at the same time.
This is the next installment in an ongoing series where I talk about my history in business, starting all the way back when I was a child to now, my mid-forties.
Most consultants, even very successful ones, are what I call “normal” consultants. These are consultants who are largely location dependent. This means the clients they work with all exist in the city where the consultant lives…
The Location-Independent Six-Figure Consultant Course goes on Sale this Friday for just one week. To help you make the decision on whether or not being a consultant is for you, today I’ll lay out the pros and cons of being a consultant.
How much money can you make as an independent consultant? Or from any Alpha 2.0 business? How much money should you make?
This is the next installment in an ongoing series where I talk about my history in business, starting all the […]