Brokers: Long-term goals?
I have an intense passion for what I do and really love it, but every once in a while I get these gut feelings that I'm not dreaming big enough. I mean how far can one go in brokerage? If you're at the very top of your market, $1-2 M a year seems like a cap. And that's if you are at the very top. Most successful brokers will end up making six figures.
I know these are large incomes that could be sufficient to live a successful and happy life, but I feel as though I'm not dreaming big enough. Do any of you want to own a massive portfolio of real estate or go into development? These seem to be the only ways in real estate that could lead to a $100M + net worth. Yes, I know that money isn't everything and that chasing it could be a poor decision. To me, it isn't about the money, but rather the feeling of success. I feel as though if you hit a net worth like that, you have reached heights that barely anyone reaches.
To wrap it up, my main goal in brokerage is to be the best at what I do, which I know would be really fulfilling (being a master of your craft). After all, I really enjoy it. However, as a kid, I've always dreamed big and I feel like I'll never reach those levels being a broker all my life. Thoughts?