The secret to building wealth is increasing your income, maybe in baby steps at first, and then leaps and bounds later on. That’s the key to every major wealth development in history. It doesn’t come as a major windfall, like the lottery, or a corporate buy-out, for most of us. We have to work for it. Chances are, you are already on the path to increase your income by even starting your notary business. You probably already have a job, and your signing income will be your next stream of revenue. Congratulations, you’re on the way!
From there, you MUST be willing to hustle for new clients and you MUST be willing to work to build and maintain relationships with them once they become your client (or even before that). Remember, you’re only one relationship away from your dream business!
As a mobile notary and signing agent, you have unlimited options for increasing income. Personally, that’s one of the main reasons I love this business! If you are truly...
Sometimes, having big dreams can be overwhelming when you look at just the end result. It's hard to imagine how you will get to a big goal, when it really stretches who you are today.
But, let’s just say your life would change if you made $100,000 a year as a mobile notary and loan signing agent. If you want or need less, that's fine too. If you want or need more, than set your goal where it needs to be.
For the sake of this conversation, let's use $100,000. I hear from many of you that you don't have six-figure aspirations for this business. You just want enough for a good life. That's totally fine, just keep in mind that if you're aiming for $100,000, after taxes you might be back down to "just enough for a good life."
If you are feeling automatic resistance to making over $100,000 a year, get back to Principle #1...Belief. If you don't believe you can actually make that much, or if you think you don't deserve to make that much, you likely won't.
Next Level Notary
I didn’t start out thinking that being a mobile notary and signing agent for the mortgage industry would help me build wealth. In fact, it was kind of the opposite. I live in a state that, up until March of this year, limited the notary fees I can charge to just $2 per signature, so it was quite far from my mind.
I knew the loan signing side of things could generate some decent income, but still, I simply used it as a side-hustle to fund my other, “grander”, business ventures. It wasn’t until every one of those “grander” ventures collapsed, that I turned my focus, full time, to the notary gig, and it started performing better than any business I’ve ever owned. Not only does it create incredible amounts of income, but I look forward to going to work every day. I truly love what I do, and along this journey, I’ve discovered how much I enjoy sharing it with others too.
My business is my masterpiece, and I...