⚠️ Hurdle 1) You haven't found your "thing" yet
You lack purpose & direction. You’re without a mission. You’re floundering & treading water, surviving just fine (but not thriving). You feel unfulfilled by your current work and/or contribution to humanity.
⚠️ Hurdle 2) You can't find the "right" business model
You haven't had the "ah ha" moment yet... that moment where the penny drops and you know - with certainty - the business model for you.
Or worse, you suffer from shiny ball syndrome - jumping from one idea to the next, never satisfied and not giving anything the time & commitment it needs to flourish.
⚠️ Hurdle 3) You don’t think you “know enough” to monetise the skills you've already learned
(Even though thousands of people would pay you a fair price to know what you knew)
Example skills: Fitness, weight loss, personal development, relationships, bass guitar, parenthood, cooking, fashion, beauty, spreadsheets, AI automation, marketing, funnels, design, video editing, content, writing, finance, investing, nutrition, the creative arts etc.
⚠️ Hurdle 4) You literally don’t know "how" to build a high-profit online business
You don’t know the best products to build, what to charge, how to sell them, what software to use, how to drive traffic, how to build a brand, how to make (properly good) content, how to get fans, or how to turn a fat profit from day 1 without loans or investors.
⚠️ Hurdle 5) You’re stuck on the personal development hamster wheel
You're constantly buying books, courses, seminars & coaching programs that make you “feel” productive, yet you still haven’t produced much, and you're not making the progress you want.
⚠️ Hurdle 6) Your circle is holding you back
Your friends, family & colleagues are not on the same path as you. They either don't have big goals, or they've given up on them already. Part of them wants you to give up, too. They're all-in on a life of mediocrity (and yes, it will rub off if you don't find a new circle)
⚠️ Hurdle 7) You give too many f#cks
You habitually compare yourself to others. You worry about what others will think or say if you did X or Y. You look up to too many people (and put yourself down in comparison). You're paralysed by the imagined embarassment you'd feel from a public failure or setback.