Tatiana Figueiredo: So what we're gonna talk about now is in your first year how to get out of that stage one and stage two. And the one year marker and the a hundred thousand dollars is arbitrary. And it is gonna depend on where in the world you live, whether you already have an audience. If you already have an audience, that number might be a little bit higher for you.
If you're starting from zero and you don't have any experience within communities, that timeline might be a little bit longer or that number might be a little bit lower. So I'd love for you to take a minute right now and think about what an appropriate timeline is for you to get through these stages.
And then what is like the appropriate goal for you. And remember, that goal should leave room for you to make a full-time salary from your community if that's your goal. If that's not your goal, then that number could be lower. It could be something else, but I'd love for you to like, This is like what I'm giving you as a starting point, but I'd love for you to think about it for yourself and think about what the timeline is for you and what the revenue goal would be for you.
If you could put that into the chat when you have it. I'd love to see how people are thinking about this.
So, this presentation is based around like in one year you're gonna make a hundred K from your community, but that's like a very arbitrary amount of time and an arbitrary amount of money. So I want you to think about that for yourself and think about whether is that the right timeframe and amount of money for your community, or is it something different for you?
Yeah. One year goal, 50 K from your community. Great. 65 K for year one with degree of discounting. Then head towards a hundred k. Great. One and a half years to get to a hundred plus active members from around the world actively participating in our working with street children community. No monetary goal.
Yeah. If you're starting a free community, the monetary goal won't make a difference. I'll be happy with 50 K in one year. Susie I hope we can reframe that to you, like what you just settle for versus what you would be excited by.
I think I could get a paid community up and going in six months. Money is hard for me if I'm saying that I need for a full-time income, then 75 K. Yeah.
Yeah. So again, your number doesn't have to be a hundred K, but I really want to encourage you to push beyond just the bare minimum. And think about it from a place of abundance. Think about it from a place of what can be possible for you if it is a hundred k or if it is even more than that.
So it doesn't mean that you're gonna reach a hundred K, but just having that in your mind is a really encouraging push that will push you to get really creative and think about things in a whole different way. And knowing that it's entirely possible that you don't get to a hundred K, but maybe if you're going for a hundred K, you'll get to 80 instead of the 50 that you are thinking about.
So I, I encourage you to push as much as you, as much as you can while staying within like a realistic realm of possibility. Cool. There's so much more in the chat.
Yeah. We can talk more at the end about like, All the stuff that comes up when you're pushing yourself to go bigger than it feels like you've seen be possible. I'd love to talk more about that because that's real too. And yeah, I think the more examples we see of communities that are doing this and are doing this in a way that feels right to us and not just in selling things in a sleazy way or doing things in that's out of that are out of integrity, I think the more examples we see, the more kind of real it can become.