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Decisions

So I've been giving this blog a lot of thought, and I have decided to streamline things. 

I want to build a side hustle around being able to support people in their sales goals, and I know I have at least a hundred different ways to do it (I have a list), but I think I want it to be separate from here. This is going to be about my life, and the things that I learn as I seek out different venues of how to be the most authentic me. 

2018 is going to be a big change for me. I can see it already. 

My plans: 

  • Pay off debts (more details on this later)
  • Look into investments - and make a plan for that 
  • Go away on vacation to somewhere absolutely new to me 
  • Build some kind of side hustle/extra income 
  • Self-publish either my 90 day sales planner OR finally create my own planner 
  • Make more than $55,000.00 (CAN) in 2018. 
It's all do-able and I am going to use all of you to make me accountable. I can tell you the nitty gritties and what works and what doesn't. I am hoping to learn more from others. 

Lately, my attention has been on "Paula Pant and J-Money" podcasts, and I have learned so much in just a few hours. Namely one thing - real estate is sooo much cheaper in the States! So that means I need to learn what works here. I have a pretty good idea, as I have done it all before, but this time it is intentional, and my goal is..... 

FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE 

Yes, folks, today I learned I care. I want to have something in place where I do not have to work at a 9-5 if I do not want to. If Paula Pant can do it in minimal time, why can't I? 

Debts will be paid. Changes will be made. And it starts now. 

~BNB/SF


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