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Lambo Goal

A podcast about business and setting big goals.

Two entrepreneurs set an insane goal and take you behind the scenes in this podcast about business to show you every step along the way to achieving it.

Every Tuesday, you'll hear real revenue numbers, real tactics, and real methods.

The Lambo Goal isn’t just about an exotic car. Your Lambo Goal can be whatever you want it to be. This podcast is simply about getting you to set bigger goals than you ever imagined and then helping you achieve them by showing you how to build a thriving business.

Part 1 of 3: How to Make Your First $1,000: Finding Your Business Idea

058: How to Make Your First $1,000 (Part 1 of 3): Finding Your Business Idea

Tuesday, June 28, 2016 – 47 minutes

We’ve got an EPIC series lined up for you.

Over the course of the next 3 episodes, we’re going to help you make your first $1,000.

Today, we’re kicking things off by helping you find your business idea. Now, you may be wondering why you have to have a business idea if you just want to make $1,000.

Well, I have news for you: if you make $1,000, you have a business. If you don’t believe me, just ask the government—because they’re going to tax you like a business if you make $1,000.

It turns out, the first steps to making your first $1,000 are the same steps to building a business. That starts with finding your business idea.

In this episode we talk about the difference between a passion business and a cash flow business, and how getting good at something and making money from it can actually lead to becoming passionate about something.

The Power of Delegation

045: The Power of Delegation

Tuesday, February 23, 2016 – 1 hour, 26 minutes

Being able to delegate work is wonderful, but getting there is hard.

Ego, perfectionism, and lack of confidence or trust in the right people can make it difficult to delegate.

We know how we want things done in our business, so we want to be the ones in control. But you can’t scale if you’re the one doing everything. You have to identify the tasks that only you can do. Is this task mission-critical and does it have to be done by you?

We talk about how to figure out which tasks are critical to you and when you should delegate. We also break down the delegation process, picking the right people, whether they should ask questions or make mistakes, and the importance of clearly defining the desired outcome.

There are a lot of great stories in this episode. Matt also shares more of the details of his many businesses than he ever has before, so it’s an interesting insight into his world of running 18 businesses.

One Million Dollars

041: If You Think a Million Dollars Is a Lot of Money…

Tuesday, January 19, 2016 – 1 hour, 4 minutes

This show was not planned.

We were supposed to do a different show and we couldn’t hold back. We’re very passionate about this subject and we decided to just let it be its own episode.

If you think a million dollars is a lot of money, you might get $100,000. If you think $100,000 is a lot of money, you might get $10,000.

This episode is all about upgrading your mindset. Don’t worry, we get practical too. We give you the advice you need to hear, it just may not be what you want to hear.

If there’s one thing you’ll take away it’s the critical importance of NORMALIZING the things that feel big to you. We tell you how to do that.

2015 Revenue Recap

039: Year-End Revenue Recap and Growth Planning

Tuesday, January 5, 2016 – 1 hour, 56 minutes

Today, we look back.

It’s the start of a new year, but it’s also the end of an old one. Matt and I share what went well and what didn’t in 2015.

We both had our best years ever but at the same time, we both fell short of our goals. We share our insights so hopefully you can avoid our painful mistakes.

As is always our theme on Lambo Goal, you can expect full transparency and real revenue numbers. We reveal exactly how much each of us made last year, how we did it, and what we could have done differently to reach our goals.

It doesn’t stop there though. If you stay tuned until the end of this unusually in-depth episode, I share my vision for the future. I paint a picture of where I will be in 5 years and exactly what it will look like.

It’s an exciting time and we couldn’t be more enthused for the future and what’s to come in 2016 and beyond.

7 Key Habits to Achieving Your Goals and Increasing Revenue

021: 7 Key Habits to Achieving Your Goals and Increasing Revenue

Tuesday, August 11, 2015 – 1 hour, 15 minutes

What if you could double your business? Sounds good, right? But what if you could 20x your business? Sounds even better, no?

Most people aren’t even doubling. They find something that works, but then for some reason they move on to something else. Why? We’re not sure, but everyone seems to do it.

In this episode, Matt and I share are most crucial business habits and mindsets. These are what we have observed to be the 7 most important factors to our business success.

This is an extremely fiery episode. If you want to get motivated, this is 100% for you. Be forewarned: no excuses are allowed. We embody the word hustle to inspire you. It’s not about working as hard or harder than someone else: it’s about being the best you that you can be.

We’re going to teach you the importance of focus. We talk about why age doesn’t matter. You’re never too old or young to start and you’re never allowed to make excuses. You will always find excuses if you’re looking for them. Choose not to look for them.

10 Steps to Launching an Online Course

020: 10 Steps to Launching an Online Course

Tuesday, August 4, 2015 – 1 hour, 37 minutes

I just launched Learn Lettering 2.0 which generated six figures in revenue by the second day and the launch is far from over.

In this episode, I share insider tips that will make you thousands more on your next course launch. I talk about how to validate your course idea, how to get people to care about it, how to maximize your initial launch period, how to create urgency without discounting, how to close strong, how to promote on-going sales after the launch, and so much more.

The Community members who listened live were saying it was like I just gave them $2,000 of value. If you’re not listening to this show, you’re saying you don’t care about $2,000.

Whether you’re thinking about doing a course, planning a course, about to launch a course, or already have one that you’re wanting to supercharge and breathe new life into, you’re going to get ideas from this episode.

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010: 20 Steps to Building an Empire

Tuesday, May 5, 2015 – 1 hour, 6 minutes

In the pilot episode of Lambo Goal, we talk about setting the 20 steps to your big goal to work on every day.

Today, we take a systematic approach to breaking down those 20 steps into four groups of five, ultimately arriving at what will effectively be an autonomous empire.

Matt shares a tip that, had I applied it to my first business, not only would have made me thousands, but would have likely resulted in me still owning the business today and maintaining it as an asset.

Whatever level you’re at, you’re going to get a lot out of just the first group of five: the opportunities within immediate reach. There are ways to quickly increase revenue in the short term that are right under your nose.

This episode will show you how and give you oh-so-much more.

004: What Is Focus Worth in Dollars?

Tuesday, March 17, 2015 – 1 hour, 9 minutes

Do you want to set money on fire?

Neither do I. But that’s exactly what you’re doing whenever you break your focus. You have to not only eliminate distractions, but you have to eliminate the very possibility of interruptions.

Most people grossly underestimate the value of highly-focused time. You can get more done in a 90-minute chunk of highly-focused time than you can in an entire day of constant interruptions.

Anything less is setting money on fire.

Chances are, you’re getting interrupted way more often than you realize and it’s killing your productivity. It may seem like interruptions are outside your control, but you have more power over them than you realize.

In this episode, we talk about the importance of focus, but we also bring it down to a practical level with tips on how to stay focused, how to eliminate distractions, what kind of music helps different tasks, and how to create a distraction-free zone.

003: Creating A Business Plan

Tuesday, March 10, 2015 – 1 hour, 12 minutes

Have you ever found yourself working hard, day after day, doing the same thing and getting by, but not really knowing where you’re going?

It’s easy to do in business—especially if you don’t have a plan. Growth doesn’t happen automatically and what might feel like progress could actually be wandering around in circles if you don’t have any direction.

One sentence. That’s what Matt says you should be able to condense the purpose of your business down to. Can you tell people what you do in a sentence? What is your mission statement?

You need to know what separates you from the competition. What is your unique selling proposition (USP)?

Matt talks about his very first business. He tells the story of his family’s snow cone business and how he got started with selling.

I ask him whether you should make growth or hiring a goal and how to know the right time to hire.

002: Validating Your Business Idea

Tuesday, March 3, 2015 – 51 minutes

You’ve got your Lambo Goal. You wrote out the 20 steps we talked about in the last episode.

One of the things you wrote was that you wanted to start a new business. You have an idea for a business but you’re not sure how to validate your business idea.

We give you some guidance on how to know whether people will even buy your product or whether you’re building the right thing.

You might have a product that sounds cool to you, but if no one actually wants it, that does you absolutely no good!

How do you know if people will actually pay for something? No, it’s not as simple as asking them. You can get 10 people to say they’d buy your product out of politeness and still have zero sales.

We’ll show you how to observe your potential customers and find out exactly what they’re looking for. In this episode, we’ll help you make sure the next thing you build is something people actually want.

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001: How to Buy a Lamborghini in Cash

Tuesday, February 24, 2015 – 1 hour, 21 minutes

This is where it all begins.

Two entrepreneurs take you behind the scenes of their businesses, share real revenue numbers, real struggles, and every step along the way to achieving a huge goal.

This is a podcast about business.

It all started in April of 2014. In e068 of the seanwes podcast, I said, “You have one life. Set bigger goals.” As of this recording, it remains the single most popular episode of the seanwes podcast. In it, I shared my big goal—the goal that ultimately became known as the Lambo Goal (you’ll hear more about that soon).

The purpose of sharing this was to inspire people and to get them to dream bigger. Step 1 is to find your Lambo Goal. No, it doesn’t have to be a supercar, but in a nutshell, you want to take your biggest goal and double it.

My official Lambo Goal (and the one Matt adopted as well) is to buy a Lamborghini Aventador (a $400,000 car) in cash, but only when it represents 10% of my money. No, I’m nowhere even close to that. It’s just a big goal I’m setting.

Some people think that’s dumb. That’s ok. They’re not who we’re doing this show for. Plenty of people spend 10% of their money on worse things. I’ve had a dream since I was a kid and it’s a motivation for me.

We want to show you what it looks like to set a goal that will motivate you, and then do the hard work for as many years as it takes to achieve it.

This show is the chronicling of that journey.

Sean McCabe
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Matt Lopez
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