Get a Little (Or a Lot!) Crazy

There are a couple of long-term goals I’ve been working on for years that I now want to achieve ASAP — chief of which is making my business astoundingly profitable.

I want to be one of those amazing success stories. I want to go places, and I want to do it on my own terms. Right. Now. I can taste it.

Maybe you really, REALLY want to reach a goal too. Do you want to get out of debt? Pay off your house? Buy a house? Move to Brazil? Get a new job? Start a business?

Whatever your goal (with a few very specific exceptions like losing weight or exercising) it can pay to get a little (or a lot!) crazy for a set period of time.

Let me explain.

One of my heroes is Jeff Johnson, due solely to something he talked about in one of the Internet Business Mastery “Grill the Guru” interviews.

That interview impressed the heck out of me. I must have replayed what Jeff Johnson said 10 times. The gist of it is this:

When he was first starting out, he did keyword research and built a website every single day. A website a day. He did not go to bed until it was done.

Now I used to build websites for a living, and I’d spend weeks or months working on them. So a website a day was astounding to me.

That’s insane.

Insanely determined to succeed.

There’s nothing like pouring everything you have into reaching a goal and making it happen.

What could you get a little crazy with that would move reaching your goal way, way closer? Me, I’m going to create 30 products in 30 days. Beginning Monday August 2nd.


  • 30 products in 30 days sounds like a great post in the making too! I already want to know what you’re going to come up with.

    I seem to have gone blog crazy. I spend between 6-14 hours a day either reading blogs, commenting on blogs, writing my own blog posts, replying to comments on my posts, reading email related to my blog, and even submitting to carnivals. This is the most involved I’ve ever gotten with anything like a hobby…

  • I already want to know what I’m going to come up with too! ;)

    And that’s a lot of time on blog-related stuff, sounds like it may become more than a hobby.