How much do you want to make per year?

I know many copywriters have this idea that they want to be a “six-figure” copywriter.

Heck, you don’t even have to be a copywriter.

Most people who launch a solo client business to replace their job want to make at least $100,000 per year.

I crossed that threshold a few years ago, and never really looked back.

But I know it’s actually not that common.

In fact, I saw a salary survey a bit back…

Said most copywriters don’t make that much more than the average American…

Here we are.  One one hand, there’s the promise of a the six-figure copywriter’s lifestyle.  On the other hand, there’s the reality that many copywriters just don’t make that much.

And in many solo client businesses, it’s the same thing.

What gives?

In most cases, I’ll bet it’s a simple misunderstanding.

They’re not making what they want to make…

Because they don’t do some simple math, to figure out what it takes.  (So they’re not doing what they need to do.)

And the same math applies whether you want to make $120,000 per year, or twice that, or more.

The numbers may change.  But this process is the same.

This morning I recorded Milestone 4 of The Client-Getting Blueprint, to release to BTMSinsiders members later this week.

And in it, I did an illustration of what you need to do — specifically — to build a client business to $120,000 per year.

And I thought this was so valuable, I’d record another version and share it with you.

Watch now.

Yours for bigger breakthroughs,

Roy Furr