I know what you want.
You want to contribute in a positive way.
You want what you do to really matter.
You want the flexibility to make your own decisions.
You want to work with people who are fun, smart, kind and fair.
You want to make a good living.
You want to be enthusiastic about your day.
You want to be creative, in your own way.
You want to be able to shut off work enough that you can deeply connect with those you love.
(Or find more people to love.)
You want to make a difference.
And, know what? I know you can do it.
There’s just a little assignment for you first:
I believe, deep in your core, you know what needs to move out of the way so you can get what you want.
I know you know what I’m talking about. It just popped into your mind, didn’t it? Might feel scary. Might feel big. Might feel like you have to move to a new place, or to a new job, or a new relationship just to get what you want.
And the prospect of the big, life-shifting change is exactly what’s kept you stuck.
What if I told you that rather than huge, shattering change, you might only have to make the smallest change? Just one small change to make a big impact?
Negative self-talk shifts to positive self talk which yields a better perspective on what’s possible.
Allowing other people’s problems to remain their problems conserves your energy.
Clearly stating your goals and objectives creates an opening to serve them.
You can do that, can’t you?
Because penny by penny and dime by dime, over time small change – added every day to a big jar – turns into a large sum of cash.
And that’s how you get what you want.