Nov 17 – Are you daring yourself enough? Are you challenging yourself enough to strive for your next level of wow? Do you even know what could wow you, could take your breath away with excitement and delight? Have you dared yourself to dream big lately or at all? Are you open to having a big bodacious dream that seems so out of reach that you nervously laugh at the possibility? Dare to dream with the tenacious spirit of a young child building a sandcastle.
What could be that dream for you? What could help you be amazed with your life or your work and the impact it could have for you and others? What are your current goals and are they uncomfortable enough or a bit too comfortable and achievable? Are you willing to share with others and make it known what you would REALLY like to be doing or experiencing? When you believe possibilities are endless, your ideas and actions reach new heights.
Take an MM&I Moment to awaken to your bodacious possibilities. Stop looking at it as out of the realm of possibility and start taking steps towards making it closer to real. First, have the courage to write that bodacious dream down and the reasons why it would be so fabulous for you, for others, for your life and work in general. Then write down one thing you can do to get closer to that dream. Is it something you need to learn? Is there someone you need to meet? And before you know it, you might just experience what you imagined for real!
Wide Awake Quote of the Week
“Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore.”
– Andre Gide
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 FENG Women Executives Group and the Small Business Center at Rowan Cabarrus Community College! MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR: November 17, "Is Commodity Mindset Limiting Your Business? 4 Reasons Why" (CLICK TO REGISTER) and December 8, "3 Market Analysis Priorities to Drive Profitability." (CLICK TO REGISTER). This is funded through the Small Business Network, making it free to small business owners. The courses will be from 6-8 p.m.