You’ve probably heard it all before.
The online gurus telling you how easy it is to make 6, 7, 8 figures simply by firing your boss, becoming a digital nomad or signing up to some course that will make you rich beyond your wildest dreams.
Maybe you’ve tried a few things already and they didn’t work out, or you joined a ‘get rich quick’ scheme that, despite its lofty claims, totally failed to deliver.
You may even be thinking a 6 figure income is way out of your reach because:
- You’re just starting out with very little time or resources at your disposal
- You’ve tried other programs and they simply don’t work
- You work for a firm and while you don’t earn anywhere near enough, you can’t afford to leave
- You know you need to do something but don’t know what or how
- You can’t afford to make changes in your business right now
- The 6 figure dream is for other people, not for you
- You’ve been struggling for so long you’ve gotten used to it.
You believe that earning 6 figures is simply never going to happen.
But what if I told you that you could make your first 6 figures without ditching your business dreams, following some online marketing guru’s ‘advice’ or using dubious marketing and sales tactics that only work in the short term, if at all?
Sounds good, right?
IT IS POSSIBLE
The thing is, most people are never taught anything at school about financial planning or making money (let alone how not to be broke). It’s crazy, they teach Pythagorean theorem – but skip basic money principles!
On top of that, most people don’t like talking about money or how much they earn. Why? Because we are told from a young age that it’s rude to ask.
The whole ‘money thing’ can feel uncomfortable. When we see wealthy people, we often have difficulty putting ourselves in their shoes. We can’t imagine having the fancy car, the big house, and all the luxuries they have.
Some of us simply don’t feel worthy.
We tell ourselves limiting stories about what we can and cannot achieve over and over again in our head.
Yet this limiting mindset around money is one of the KEY reasons why most people don’t have a whole lot of it to spare.
Whatever the reason, no matter how you look at it, the majority of people in our society are struggling.
They have little to no life savings, they’re living paycheck to paycheck, and battling just to get by.
Maybe this sounds like you? Perhaps your business is stalling, or you are just starting out? Or you’ve got a job and need to earn more? But you just can’t see how!
Either way you are going nowhere fast!
Making over $100k a year in income is seemingly reserved for only the select few, and it would appear that unless you’re a doctor, lawyer, or programmer, it’s difficult to reach even that level.
But it’s not.
In this ‘new economy’, you have the power to change your life.
Now, I am not saying you should quit your job and embrace the laptop lifestyle or join some crazy scheme. Or that your business can reach 6 figures by simply tweaking your mindset alone.
But what I am going to tell you is that it is absolutely possible to increase your income no matter what your current circumstances are, and I can show you how.
But hey, what do I know?
My journey to 6 figures
Hi, I’m Hugo Fernandez.
I know what it’s like to start with nothing, have very few – if any – options, and yet still make 6 figures, because that’s exactly what I did!
You see, although I was raised in a beautiful loving family, we had very little money. As a family of 6 growing up in the US, we lived way below the poverty line. My dad never made it past third grade and never earned more than $14/hr.
In fact, nobody among our family and friends made more than $30k a year. I grew up selling Mexican candy out of my backpack to pay for school supplies and selling tamales door to door after school to help my parents.
I stood in food bank lines with my mom. I got free lunches and free clothes at school.
Needless to say, money (or lack of) was a HUGE reason why we struggled so much. To make matters worse, when I was 4 years old my mother and I had immigrated to the United States from Mexico, which meant I was an undocumented immigrant.
Before graduating high school, my family had moved 14 times, trying to find better opportunities (and cheaper rent).
The blueprint society had for everyone else – go to school, get a degree, get a good job, buy a home, retire when you’re 65 – simply wasn’t available to me due to my legal status. But the blueprint my parents had – work ridiculously hard and wish for the best – wasn’t working out that well for me either!