Drew Rosener posed this question on Twitter.
Earlier in the day I wrote a tweet that basically said that success isn’t something that others deem you. Success is when you and those that rely on you, say that you’ve done enough. After that its all about your ego. If you look at the results you’ll see quite a few put 100 million. I can pretty much guarantee that the people that say they need $100 million are most likely the ones that will never get there. People that have $100 million never set out to make that much money. They set out to build something successful. They didn’t build it to make $100 million. Often things are built that aren’t even in a market that is $100 million. The product is so good and the business expands in such a way, that it makes the market.
The second important part is time. People that have a lot of money don’t set out to make more. They are looking for time. They put so much time into making money that now they want some of that time back. The money is enough. Now they want an exit. Maybe not from the business but from the 80 hour work weeks. Most wealthy people don’t make it to $100 million because nobody needs $100 million and they quit pushing once they are comfortable.
A finally. 5 million will hold you off a long time if you don’t really crazy on your trips and spending. Especially if your home is paid for. That’s my number. If I make more then I make more but I have a ton of things I want to do and most don’t need tons of cash to accomplish.
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Domain of the Day: Mortgage.org The price tells you how much money is to be made from lead gen
Park.io Names at Auction or Available for Pickup
Exacta.io My second favorite bet. Love the quinella
TheFixer.io In some cases I feel like “the” helps the brand
Avatar.gg Big movies ahead and every social media account has one
Shoes.ly One of the biggest clothing/categories in the world
Convert.me Would make a great crypto conversion name.
Namejet and Sedo & More Domains at Action
Q4.net Not a lot of names over $1K look like they are going to meet reserves at the Sedo auction but this is one I think will
Hemz.com Sounds like clothing or sowing
Xixa.com Officially a CVCV and generally the x at the beginning goes at a discount
ZuShop.com Has a few searches and a ton of results on Sedo. One bid at $79
ActiveLogic.com I’m long almost any two word Logic name. Especially 24 year old ones
MoviePreview.com All Trailers, all day
PotLover.com Reserve tells me owner is ready to let this one go
AYTech.com Taken in 30 extensions. No reserve
HG360.com HG names on Godaddy sell real well. But I have no idea about these Chinese letter number combos so due your own diligence
Cevac.com 20 years old 5L. That’s generally worth looking at
Godaddy Domains With Bids
iHackr.com Getting some great bids. Auction has almost 8000 views so a ton of interest
Flubby.com Fun brand. Memorable and easy to spell. 19 years old
Swipple.com Another one of those brandables. Over the last few years they haven’t done quite as well as the two known words into one brand type names
SweetAndSavory.com A bit long but a good foodie/restaurant name. Taken in 18 extensions
Lorelei.com Used to go out with a girl with this name. Taken in 67 extensions so must be quite a bit more women with this name
IslamMessage.com Most bids on the Godaddy board today. I admit I saw Islam MAssage at first. It sounded relaxing
Bulker.com Short for bulk carrier. Almost at 4 figures
Coffee360.com Long coffee names
SexHealth.com I try and stay super healthy here
MindOcean.com Both are pretty vast.
DYII.com Only taken in 6 extensions so low end LLLL.com here
MediaInnovations.com Like this as a marketing company name. Sounds like you’re up to date on all the new forms of media
SmartReseller.com I follow a bunch of resellers on Twitter. Its amazing how much money they make going to regular retail stores and reselling them on Amazon and Ebay
RoadPerformance.com Mechanic or add on shop all the way
SnowDepot.com A lot of money in snow removal equipment
MyIgloo.com We all know what’s on Igloo.com
MaxOffers.com 10 years old and taken in 9 extensions
Godaddy Names With One or NO Bid
The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids
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