What makes this video special is that he not only shows you how to drive a 2000 Honda Civic, but he does so in real-time—no editing, no trickery, just you, your car, and some coffee.

One of the biggest challenges I’ve faced as an entrepreneur was keeping myself motivated to stick to my goals. With so many things to attend to and a full-time job to go to every day, it’s hard to stick to the tasks that are required to make my business grow. But, after doing some research into the psychology behind why people fail, I’ve developed a strategy that will help keep me motivated and on track to achieve my goals.

1. Decide to make a 2000 Honda Civic your “car”

You need to make this decision if you’re going to become a successful car dealer. Decide what your “car” will be; something that you can talk about proudly. Choose something that represents you. Once you make this decision, it’s up to you whether to pursue this goal as a full-time endeavor or as a side hustle.

2. Buy one and pay attention to it

When I started making videos with my little brother, we never would have considered buying a $200 video camera and recording ourselves playing guitar. We simply didn’t have any money to do that. But we did have our $50 Zoom H1n Handycam, and we started filming ourselves. The result was funny, but it also gave us some great perspective on the quality of our playing. We realized we had potential as performers. So we bought a better camera and started making videos of ourselves playing and singing songs. Eventually, we started making music videos for some of our songs. It wasn’t until we made a couple of successful ones that we figured out how to market our YouTube channel. And when we did, it turned into

3. Plan to own it for two years

This is a simple yet very powerful rule of thumb to remember. When you decide what you want to build and how you want to build it, don’t just say “Build it and they will come.” Say “Build it because I want it for myself”. This will help you avoid the trap of becoming a ‘freelancer’ or ‘consultant’.

If you plan on having a new business for two years, you’ll need to have a very clear understanding of what it means to be profitable. Once you’ve decided what you want to make money from, you’ll want to figure out what it takes to make that happen. Once you’ve done that, it’s time to start looking at how to turn those assumptions into actual, quantifiable business metrics.

4. Decide how you’ll get rid of it

This might sound strange, but a lot of businesses think of the sale as something they need to wait for. The truth is, if you’re selling products, the sale is the whole point of the transaction. If your product isn’t being sold, then you’re not selling anything. If people don’t purchase, then your business isn’t sustainable. Therefore, the decision on whether to make a sale or not should come down to a very simple choice: Are you prepared to lose money?

I don’t know about you, but if I’m going to spend any money or energy, it’s usually because I want something—or something that I don’t currently have. But what happens after the purchase is complete?  So, you need to answer this question: What am I going to do with this thing once it’s mine?

5. Figure out what it costs to have someone else take care of it

Many entrepreneurs fall into the trap of assuming that if their product is good and solves a problem, they should just launch their product and watch the money roll in. This is a common mistake, but one that I see most often amongst founders who are trying to save money to launch. It’s also a mistake I made myself. The reality is that it takes a lot of upfront effort to build something good and worthwhile. It takes a lot of time and energy, but in the end, it is going to cost you money in the form of salaries, office space, and development tools. So before you decide to launch, you need to be realistic about your financial situation and how long it’s going to take to get there.

6. Sell your old car

The key thing to keep in mind when selling a car is that you’re selling a whole lot more than the vehicle itself. Sure, you’re selling a car, but you’re also selling the image that it’s a dependable, reliable car and the opportunity to get a clean title in a very difficult time. Sellers need to focus on the value of their cars — how many years they’ve been driven, how many miles they’ve racked up, and how much money it would save them to sell it.


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