How can I find the time to build my web design business to 6-figures?

Published on February 14, 2022

Here’s the schedule I used to do it.

I remember when I was building my web design business while I had a full-time job … Saturday and Sunday I’d be able to spend a decent amount of time on web design.

On top of my 40 hour full-time job, I was able to spend around 15-20 hours a week building my web design business … all while being able to hang with family/friends several hours a day or more.

My rough schedule was:

Monday – Friday
7:30am-5:30pm: Full-time job including drive time
5:30pm – 6:30pm: Workout
6:30pm – 10pm: Hang with significant other / spouse
10pm – Midnight: Work on web design

10am – Noon: Work on web design
Noon – 10pm: Hang with significant other / spouse
10pm – 1am: Work on web design

8am – Noon: Play music at church
Noon – 9pm: Hang with significant other / spouse
9pm – 10pm: Be depressed about the full 8-5 work week that was coming up, and be a drag to be with at that time. 😂
10pm – Midnight: Work on web design


The key is I knew this schedule was TEMPORARY.


What if in 3 years you could be making over $100,000 per year with $3,000 a month in recurring revenue?

Sound too good to be true? 🤔

If I said “1 year” instead of “3 years” … yes, that would be too good to be true.

But 3 years, it’s totally possible.  How?

Baby steps. 📈

  • First you learn how to build sites and how to setup your business. You build your own website in the process of learning. 3-6 months
    You build a couple sites for super cheap or free just to get some experience. 1-2 months
  • You start prospecting and selling 1-2 sites per month bringing in $1,500 – $3,000 per month. You also get clients on your Website Care Plan for $49+ per month to start building your Monthly Recurring Revenue. You save the money you’re making from those 1-2 sites per month … all while continuing to work your full-time job. 6-9 months
  • Once you’ve built up some demand and runway for your business ($10-$20k or so in savings), you quit your full-time job and take on a part-time job, freeing up 20+ more hours a week for your business. With the freed up 20+ hours a week you double the amount of time you can spend on your web design business.
  • Now that your time has doubled, your prospecting efforts double and your sales double to 3-4 sites per month. You’re charging more now … $2,000-$3,000 per site let’s say … all while building your recurring revenue. 6 months
  • Within 6 months you quit that part-time job you thought you’d need for awhile.
  • At the end of this you’re comfortably charging $2,000-$3,000 per website, requiring everyone gets on your Website Care Plan ($49 per month let’s say). You also have $1,000-$1,500 per month coming in from the previous sites you’ve built who are on you care plan (20-30 sites)

In this example, this student was able to quit their full-time job 12-18 months after signing up for Break Into Web.

Can it happen faster? Absolutely.

Could it take 24 months instead? Absolutely.

Is it worth it? Absolutely.


So … does it still sound too good to be true?

Years 1 and 2 don’t.
They sound pretty realistic.
They may even sound like a step backward from what you’re making now at your 8-5 job.

But you’re building your future. Investing in yourself and your business.

Year 3 and beyond is where it starts to kick in.

Your hard work is paying off, and…

The sky is the limit.


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