In the next few pages I'm going to “reframe” your hot dog cart vendor reality… just a little — but enough to give you some big “Ah-Ha!” moments.
I'm going to show you how to move towards doing $100K/yr — without a boss.
Truth is … $100K/yr (or more) is simply a matter of taking advantage of what's readily available to anyone.
Break down $100K … and you get $274/day. Or — $548/day for 183 days a year.
That's taking 6 months off a year.
And a hot dog cart vendor (mobile food cart) / operator is working about — 3 days a week on average.
That, right there, should be your first big “Ah-Ha!” moment.
Here's something else to think about…
Most Americans — dream / hope / wish for those things above. A home, new cars, vacations, boats and the freedom to do them.
According the the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the average income in theU.S. is $31,099.00 — and if you factor out anyone under 25 and include the most wealthy's incomes – the number jumps a few thousand to $39,336.00
And why for 91% of American's — the dreams, hopes and wishes above… will NEVER be obtainable.
But — $75,000 a year would allow for all of it. It'd allow for a home mortgage — a new car or two — vacations and even a nice boat.
HINT: A hot dog cart vendor can do that… on a part time schedule!
Recently I was reading about the hidden waterfalls of Havasu. Named after an Indian tribe. (meaning “people of the blue water”) And a hidden gem — among many in the U.S.
This led me down a rabbit hole of endless “Places You Must Go” or “Bucket-list” places in America.
And what struck me most is the affordability of taking trips to explore these earth porn type wonders.
You see … you only need about $830 to visit Havasu Falls for 4 days and 3 nights. (plus your camping gear and food)
My wife and I were reminiscing the other night from our porch overlooking the small creek behind the house. One of our fondest memories was when we took the kids on a 31 day vacation across America.
Total cost — including food, lodging and entry fees for different parks — $10,300.
That was our BEST memory. The single thing — we did — that was the highlight of our lives together — so far.
I think for most people, their perceptions of how attainable the “perfect lifestyle” is — is way out of whack.
If for you, blissful living involves vacationing OFTEN. New vehicles and a nice home. Then you are much closer than you think to living the life — most will only — “dream” about.
Point is … this page is not about convincing you to take a trip out to Havasu Falls. (unless you really want to)
… I'm simply using Havasu Falls as an illustration of what's possible for not much money … and how becoming a hot dog cart vendor and operating a street food business can make it possible.
My aim is to “reframe” your perception somewhat … and then show you how easy it is to create a system to allow you to achieve that result.
The majority of Americans are killing themselves in 9-5 jobs that they hate. Why? Because they think that's what they need to do to survive the shit that “life” dishes out to them.
In the next few pages I'm going to lay out a system (hot dog cart vendor) that I use to generate an income and the freedom to do exactly what you've been — wishing, hoping and dreaming of.
This simple system can allow you to live a life most would be envious of and allow you more freedoms than you thought possible.
If it's all of the above; the car, the home, the trips and the boat… then you simply need to work about 1/2 a year and earn about $548 a day (for each of those 183 days worked).
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