How to Start a New Business

Hi,

I’ve been getting a lot of questions about how to start a new business so I’ve decided to create a course. I’ll be releasing it in a few weeks.

This course will teach folks how to take their idea and turn it into a business that generates revenue in just 6 weeks. It will include coaching calls, templates, videos and more. It’s going to be a complete brain dump of everything I know about starting a new business. I’ve started many of my companies with no money, just an idea. I’m going to show you EXACTLY how I do it.

HOWEVER, I need your help. Before I finalize the course and launch, I need to make sure I’ve covered everything.

This is where you come in. Please take a few minutes to answer this super short survey — there is really only one thing I want to ask you…

What are your top two questions about starting a new business that I absolutely NEED to answer in this course?

Much love,
Victor Macias

How To Build The Variety Habit

The need for variety and uncertainty is a basic human need. We all aspire to experience the novel and the new. Perhaps I have this need more than others.

This is a constant struggle. I believe that in order to succeed at a high level, you need grit, consistency, and habits. The greatest entrepreneurs have all succeeded because they were consistent in their actions.

However, I have an innate desire to travel and experience new things. In fact, I get my greatest breakthroughs and inspiration when I’m away from the day-to-day grind. Is it possible to have both? I recently had an ‘aha’ moment and wondered…what if I make the novel a routine?

You might be wondering if that’s possible. I decided to try an experiment.

I built the novel into my schedule. I set specific days in my calendar reserved for variety. These are scheduled just like appointments. Think of it as a cheat day for indulgence and spontaneity.

The break down is simple: 1 day per week, 1 week per quarter, 1 month per year.

Here’s my breakdown:

  • 1 Day Per Week: I work remotely every Wednesday. I choose a new city, a new coffee shop and 1 new fun activity to try.
  • 1 Week Per Quarter: I’ll take a week-long remote work week. The goal here is to get an AirBnB or stay with a relative and work remotely from a new city around new people.
  • 1 Month Per Year: Travel to a new destination like Japan, or Spain and work remotely from there.

The goal isn’t to break away from work. I love what I do. It’s about prioritizing what’s equally important to me: traveling, finding new adventures and finding quiet time.

Have you considered doing something like this in the past? How can you turn your passions and desired into habits?