What are your next benchmarks ?
October 29, 2007 8:06am CST
Do you have benchmarks you want to reach with your making money activities? Well for the next six months I am determined to get into some property deal and within six months be earning enough to retire my hubby. I think goal setting is very important. Once you set goals and you are persistent then I think the opportunities just present themselves and things begin to fall into place. What I also noticed over the passed year is that when things get difficult, you should NEVER QUIT, however hard the road is laying ahead, once you pass the first ferw hurdles, the humungous rock become little stones..I feel that now..each problem I engage it as a challenge to further my own internal and external growth..Tell me your aspirations and how you go about things?
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30 Oct 07
Hello dear jiejie, hehe. I have too many benchmarks, but my next benchmark that I want to reach is to earn enough to have a car for my wife and me so that we can use for making more money to use it as a taxicab with a licence. It is a good investment here in China to have a licenced taxicab of our own. This is my short-term benchmark. My long-term benchmark is to have enough to live on after retirement when I reach sixty together with the profit that we would be getting from the imaginary taxicab. It takes time and I have no idea how soon I can have this dream of mine realized as I am still a poor guy striving to reach each dream of mine.
• United Kingdom
30 Oct 07
I am keen and eager to invest, so the next benchmark now that I have reached a sizeable income with Jemmy is to build on that and reinvest, I am hoping that once I am up and running at home that I will be able to promote more. So my next benchmark is to get my full quota of sign ups on Revolving Travel!
• United States
30 Oct 07
Oh, you are a sneaky one my friend, asking us to verbalize our goals, and put them in writing, to make us achieve them. Right now my goal is to get an online income, even if it is a job online, so that I can drop one of my two jobs. I like them equally, and I will probably always have a job, it keeps me alive to work. I just do not want to have to be a slave to the jobs. I do not know which job I would choose to leave, and hubby cannot or will not tell me which one he thinks I need to do without. I like to think I have done at least one thing right this year in joining with you in an investment club. You have been a pretty sure thing.
29 Oct 07
My benchmark is to pay up completely my housing mortgages by end of 2008. Seems a bit far fetched physically but miracles do happen, even to infopreneurs. Once that milestone is achieved, then the next will be a good car, not necessarily new. The third is to accumulate wealth for a cash pool to buy into businesses and investments.