Your Hour of Power

Hello, my friend and future millionaire. 

Welcome to this episode of The Money Wheel. 

My name is Don Shade. 

I’d like to go over with you in this episode if you have taken the time to sit down and plan what your hour of power is going to look like?

And what I mean by that is this, what is it that you can actually get done in an hour when you and your team are focused on it?

Some of the stuff I went over in previous episodes, I talked about putting people in place to take care of some of the stress of your personal life.

Perhaps mowing your grass, shoveling your sidewalk, taking care of cooking meals, whatever it takes to free up the time for you to be able to work on your business.

Once you have that kind of stuff in place, if you’re somebody that doesn’t have computer skills, maybe you’ve hired a high school kid or college kid to be able to do some of those skills for you.

What happens if you still work a job? 

Do you have people working in your business while you’re working that job?

And one of the hardest things you’re going to deal with there, and this was a real struggle for me in the beginning of my business, I was actually handing out more money per hour than what I was making working a job.

But I needed to do that since quitting my job wasn’t possible since I needed the income and the benefits.

But I also needed this business to fly for me. 

I needed to be able to have people work on it and they had skills that I didn’t have.

You’ve heard me say before, I’m not exactly a computer wizard, I don’t even write my own emails, I dictate to somebody else.

And basically what they do is they knock the redneck off of it and make me sound professional. 

And you’re probably starting out far above me, or maybe you’re exactly where I am.

You’re thinking, I don’t know how to write an email that sounds good. 

It doesn’t matter where you start; It’s where you finish.

So as we look at the power and an hour, I want you to understand what it’s going to cost. 

What does it take to hire these people, to have them do Facebook ads or to write emails for you?

Maybe they help you put your product together. 

You have the idea, but you don’t know how to format it and lay it out into a sellable product with your business.

Moving forward, you’re going to start focusing more on the team that you have for your business so they can handle a lot of work that you’re not necessarily good at.

At the same time, you’re going to be looking to improve your finances. 

How can I set myself up to afford to do this until we start making sales?

This is just stuff I want you to think about. 

And I want you to be writing in your accountability journal, all the thoughts and things that you’re dealing with.

As I tell you this stuff, and it starts to be serious thoughts, and you’re thinking, how can I get this to work out?

Because what happens as you write it down? 

It’s another time for you to think about it and also when you look back over it, you’ll be able to see the big steps that you’ve taken.

That maybe didn’t seem like a big step at all when you did it, but it would be a key turning point in your business.

That’s everything I have for this episode of the money wheel. 

We’ll see you next time on The Money Wheel.