Can I really make $20,000 in 20 days?
Day 5 of the 20-day Challenge proved particulary exciting. There was nothing specific about the schedule or the tasks for Day 5 that struck me. It just happened to be the day that I took a second look at the idea of earning $20,000 in 20 short days…
Take a good hard look at the picture ^ above. The question most people are asking themselves is “Can I really make $20,000 in 20 days?” On Day 5, it all came together for me in a resounding YES.
I cant say that I had any real doubts prior to that exact moment… more that I was just very busy studying the manual and the concepts and wrapping my mind around the whole idea. And I’m referring specifically to earning $20k in 20 days with Michael Green’s 20/20 Challenge, just to clarify.
About halfway through Day 5 it hit me: Okay, now I am really getting into this! The vision and motivation have officially set in
The bonuses & benefits that come with this “course” are incredible. I finally got through the manual, downloaded all of the bonuses (Wow!) and got involved with the private Challenge Forum. My opinion? The overall value is MUCH higher than the price of entry!
This is by far one of the best investments I have made this year.
A couple of quick updates for you: If you are still considering whether to join this challenge, Michael Green has extended the half price offer. He is also now accepting credit cards in addition to PayPal (which was a direct result of my recommendation *smile*). AND… I’ll be hosting a weekly Mastermind Meeting for challenge participants (with Michael’s permission) beginning this week. You can get the details on that in the private 20/20 Challenge Forum.
In case you’re confused (because honestly, I dont always know what day it is or what day it’s supposed to be, myself!)… this challenge runs for 20 days. The goal is to earn $20,000 by Day 20. I officially started on October 2nd, so I am actually posting this “Day 5 Update” on what is actually Day 6 for me (Oct 7th). But in truth I am spending Day 6 on part 2 of Day 4. If that made any sense
Each day of this challenge is laid out very strategically, complete with checklists to keep you on task. Day 3 and Day 6 are particularly challenging and equally exciting. A big part of my breakthrough on Day 5 was making some major decisions – and finally getting over my own “day 3 hurdle”.
I had one of those AHA moments where it just all came together for me, and I ended up jotting down 3 pages of notes in my 20/20 journal. Since then I have been busily working through each of the notes, marking off several of them already as “accomplished!” and moving forward at much better speed now.
I have ideas running out my ears actually … I’m finding this challenge to be just what I needed to kick-start some serious action on some very exciting goals.
I can tell you already that I will not be needing Michael’s “guarantee” on this program, and that I fully intend to use this step-by-step plan over and over again. The strategy itself is both powerful and simple. You can add in variations and modifications of your own of course, and use it in a variety of ways. Which is exactly what I’ll be doing in the months to come…