What I did today
Today was a fun day. I had a couple of calls and am starting to kick things up a notch, as I wrote about yesterday.
I’m excited to keep things moving along and keep working forward. The thing is that I want more things to be happening already, but that’s just not how things work.
I saw a quote once that said “you’re playing a ten-year game” if you try to do something like this. I’m on day 31 here. Of course I’m not seeing a ton of passive income right now!
I think this is why most people quit. It would be super easy to quit right now because I’m not seeing essentially any passive income.
But, I can’t do that. I’m committed to this goal, and need to make it happen, no matter what.
So, let’s keep going. When this case study gets to day 500, for example, there’s no way the numbers aren’t higher. There’s just no way the numbers won’t be better.
What I made today
Interview Coaching: $0
Affiliate site #1: $0
Today’s pro-rated amount of monthly expenses
My plan for tomorrow
Tomorrow is keeping the note to the grindstone. I’m going to focus on the affiliate site tomorrow.
The data seems to be pretty clear that you need 150,000 words on a site in order to really start to see some success on a site. My site is also extremely seasonal as it’s focused on a product you only really use in the summer. For that reason, I need 150,000 words by next summer.
I need to crank out words in order to be ready to go by next summer. I think I will be, but I need to keep cranking!
About the Author & The $0-$10K/Day Case Study
Dean’s goal is to create $10,000/day in passive income through entrepreneurship. Too many people write “success porn” that skates over the struggles many face in entrepreneurship
The hope is that this series of posts will inspire someone else out there to make their entrepreneurship dreams happen.
Dean Woods is currently a VC-backed startup executive by day and a bootstrapped micro-startup CEO by night. Prior to working in startups, Dean was a management consultant. Dean graduated with honors from The Wharton School.