We’re all just one relationship away from reaching the next level.

I define the next level as “10x-ing” your current goals. If you’re flipping one house right now, that next level might be flipping ten. If you’re making $1,000 per month in passive rental income, that next level might be $10,000 per month. If you have a $100,000 business today, your next level might be a million-dollar business.

But you might not even be thinking about 10x-ing your business. You might just be thinking how to grow what you’re currently doing by 20% in the next year.

Slow but methodical growth.

Better than none.

The problem is that this kind of “small thinking” is holding you back from achieving your full potential.

Beginning to 10x your current goals starts with your mindset. You begin to visualize what it could look like. Then you believe.

All it Takes is One Person to Climb to the Next Level

If you’ve read any of my other articles before, you know that I like to give you actionable stuff to do. So I want to give you a HUGE tip to help you see how it’s possible to 10x your goals, something I just realized recently and have not even mastered myself.

But I will. This year.

That tip is to seek out the one person who will help you achieve that next level. In order to find that person, you need to put your goals into the universe and begin networking.

That’s right. You’ll need to leave the house every once in a while and speak to people.

And when you do speak with people, share your dream with them. Tell them what you want to achieve. Describe the kind of person you’re looking for who will help you achieve that next level.

From a $2M Goal to a $7M Goal

I had lunch with someone who was introduced to me by someone from the Uganda non-profit I’m part of. Let’s call him Sam. It turns out Sam was in the process of shutting down a $10M fund he created a decade ago from largely foreign investors. He wasn’t sure what he was going to do next, but he was interested in finding out what I was doing with apartment building syndications.

My current goal with regard to multi-family investing is to do a deal in the $2M-$4M range. I would consider a $5M deal at the very edge of my comfort zone (even though I’m working to change that).

Sam felt those kind of deals would be a bit on the small size if he got involved. He would much prefer doing $7M-$10M deals if he’s going to go through the trouble of raising money.

WOW. Another person considers my HUGE deal too small.

Really?

And immediately my mindset shifts. Now I’m thinking, “Shoot, maybe I am thinking too small.” If Sam would partner with me, I would immediately STOP looking for deals I considered HUGE just a moment ago.

Why the sudden shift?

It’s only because I met another person who shifted my current reality.

Are You Thinking Big Enough?

I kind of met Sam by accident. Why not start looking for someone like a Sam more proactively and intentionally? Why not visualize the kind of person who can help you 10x your goals and put the word out? Wouldn’t it be logical that eventually you will meet that kind of person?

I interviewed Michael Becker on a podcast last year, and his story was amazing. He went from zero to 1,000 multi-family units in one year. How was this possible?

It was possible because he met a high-net worth individual at a conference he went to, they hit it off and ended up partnering. Michael was going to do all the work, and his partner was going to supply him with as much money as he needed. They would look at nothing less than 100 units.

This one person shifted Michael’s reality.

I’m going to try to be more intentional about finding that ONE person who can help me achieve that next level.

For example, this year, I want to interview Robert Kiyosaki on my podcast.

There, I said it — it’s now in the universe.

(BTW, if you have any kind of access to Robert, please let me know.) :)

What are your current goals? What would it look like if you 10x-ed those goals?

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