Can you make it happen?

Sept 22  Can you make it happen? As you look at your goals for this year and beyond, is there one particular goal that seems totally out of reach, yet you desire it all the same? Are you afraid of what it might take to get you where you want to be? Do you worry that you don’t have what it takes? Does it feel like an impossibility at this time because of where you are right now?


Don’t allow what has been or what currently is be your reason. It is only your current circumstance. You always have a choice. The smallest of actions can catapult you towards your dreams beyond what you could have imagined.

Take an MM&I Moment to awaken your potential in reaching this particular goal. Consider different perspectives to make it more real and achievable. Who else could benefit from you reaching this goal? What difference will reaching this goal make in not just your life, but the lives of others? How will achieving this goal make things better? How will achieving this goal make life or work more enjoyable? Now with these new perspectives, list and take some small actions that will bring you one step closer to realizing this goal. There is always something you can do … always. 


Wide Awake Quote of the Week

“So many dreams at first seem impossible, then they seem improbable, and then when we summon the will, they become inevitable.” – Christopher Reeve


Yours in dreaming WIDE awake,




P.S. Do you need to make your business more profitable? Then you should take advantage of my upcoming virtual trainings through the Small Business Center at Rowan Cabarrus Community College! These are funded through the Small Business Network, making it free to small business owners. To get the most out of the trainings, I recommend attending BOTH courses. MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR: November 2, "Profitability Quotient: Better Decisions. Better Results. Better Bottom Line" (CLICK TO REGISTER) and  November 11, "3 Market Analysis Priorities to Drive Profitability."  (CLICK TO REGISTER) Both courses will be from 6-8 p.m.