When I first started at 8th grade, my goal was $100 dollars a month and after i hit that , I was like wow this isn’t hard I see if I only change a couple things here and there
At 17 what were you up to? Probably not this. Temper Thompson may look like an average teenager but is an internet marketer. He launches products that teach people how to make money from Kindle and list building. He teaches people how to use the kindle platform to make money. Joel Comm on his 28th episode of “top 5 scope” – a live YouTube series, interviewed Temper. Joel said ” ..my kids are older than this guy and he’s already cranking away at this .” The top five lessons Temper stated are:
1 | Taking action always
” I mean a lot of people, they always talk about what they want to do, talk about their plans but they never actually do it. They never actually take action and go out and achieve their success. If you do not take action you’ll never get where you want to be “
I learn a lot of these things from try and errors
2 | Don’t be afraid of failure
Failure isn’t a bad thing because you learn from your mistakes, If you use those mistakes you’ll make yourself even better – he said.
” A lot of people as soon as they take action, they make one mistake and they give up. No wonder so many people don’t become successful “
don’t be afraid of failure. Use failure to your advantage
3 | Stay focused
Most often people do not set their mind to do one thing – he said and added that the most powerful thing you can do is focusing on one thing. If you focus on one thing you will be able to grow it.
they didn’t give me any money… the reason I got started is originally is because I didn’t want to beg my parents to buy me video games
4 | Surround yourself with positive people
Who you are is determined by the people you surround yourself with.
If you’re surrounded by negative people they will break you down and positive people will help you stay motivated.
5 | Don’t get comfortable
Lots of people hit their original goal and relax. forgetting there is more room for improvement. Working harder at each stage is important to your wealth growth.
anytime I beat my goals I set a new goal