Do You Play The Lotto?

by | Aug 18, 2020 | Genevieve, Leadership | 0 comments

Apparently, it is Throwback Tuesday because I am sitting here reminiscing about something that happened a couple of years ago. ⁠ ⁠

The MegaMillions hit $1.5 Billion, and I decided to buy a ticket. This is NOT a normal act for me as I prefer playing poker to playing the lotto where I actually stand to take some pots. 😉⁠ ⁠

But the allure of $1.5 Billion prompted me to buy a $2 ticket. No, I did not win, but I definitely got more than I bargained for…. I finally gave myself permission to dream really BIG!⁠ ⁠

I spent the entire week thinking about what I would do if I hit the jackpot. I dreamt about causes I would support, businesses I would build, and the lives I would change. Every day I had another brilliant plan on how I would impact the world in a lasting way.⁠ ⁠

I let myself dream big all week long. Do you want to know what I realized? ⁠ ⁠

I do not need to win the lottery to live a life FULL of big dreams.

Instead, I have to make decisions every day that empowers me to live my big-dream-life, and I am doing it!!!⁠ ⁠

In my course, The Resiliency Factor, I ask aesthetic business owners to create 10, 3, and 1-year goals. When it comes time to create those 10-year goals, my clients often feel lost. ⁠ ⁠ Well, here is a little secret…creating 10-year goals is all about dreaming big. It’s about permitting yourself to set limitless goals. When you dial into the time you spend dreaming big, you get crazy inspiration and clarity about where you want to go!⁠ ⁠

If you don’t have a clear direction for you and your business, you won’t ever achieve what you want. 10-year goals are like the north star-meets-lottery. They help you dream big, obtain clarity, and guide your decisions.⁠ ⁠

Let your 10-year goals be your north star. Let them tailor every choice you make, and ensure your dreams come true! Start catapulting the success of your aesthetic business, You don’t have to play the lotto to give yourself the life you want.

Email me with your questions about creating a 10 year plan that WORKS!

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