If you had to make a million dollars in a year because your life depended on it, what would you do?
1. Ask everyone I know with millions of dollars to give me one million dollars to save my life.
2. Start a GoFundMe or whatever other money-raising websites are out there.
3. Agressively look for high ticket sponsors for my podcast.
4. Sell my business for a million dollars.
I have been told that my medical practice is worth at least $500,000, but I'll have to keep working for my new owners. I could possibly push for a million valuation or more.
5. Sell my website(s) for one million or more dollars.
My websites generate so much valuable traffic, that I like to believe that they are worth millions to the right buyer. Maybe it is just wishful thinking, but if my life depended on it, I would work hard to sell it. Currently, it would not be worth it for me to sell out for only one million.
6. I would invent something, patent it, and sell the invention for a million.
I would review patents for inventions, brainstorm ideas, search for existing similar inventions, and figure out something I can patent. I would do the patent process myself and then shop it around for buyers.
7. Sell our house.
We would have nowhere to live, but if It's to save my life...Our house is not worth a million, but there are probably people in the world that might pay that much to move here.
8. Lifetime coaching
I coach and consult with some people now, and it's fun. I don't charge that much, but the price goes up periodically. I might get really good at it and be in super high demand. You can lock me in now for a million for life. Hurry before I change my mind.
9. Sell my daughter's art work as NFTs
I think she'll help me out to save my life. We made one NFT and have not moved forward with trying to make more or sell them. Her work is good, and she is going to be famous someday. Get in early while her work is still affordable.
10. Sell my three secrets.
Several years ago, my life changed dramatically. I have shared the details of how I made these changes, but there are three secrets that I have held back. I don't know if I will ever reveal them to anyone. They are most valuable to me as long as no one else knows them. But, if my life depended on it, I would consider selling to a single, trusted buyer. My plan is to share these three secrets only with my children someday, so they can be free and successful. If my life depends on getting a quick million, they'll understand.