It’s a Goal!

My immediate answer to overwhelm is a goal—a very focused, totally connected smaller part of a bigger vision, goal. And a stretchy one too. The numbers I always set myself are never super-comfy but they’re not ludicrous either. If the goal is too far out of reach I know what I’m like—I won’t even bother!

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My inspiration hit list

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I get asked these questions a lot:

  • Who is YOUR mentor?
  • What are your favourite books?
  • Which blogs are you subscribed to?
  • What events do you go to?
  • Who do you learn from?

So I thought I’d tell you!

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They’re behind you!

The end of your nose (if you don’t already know) is where your Thing is. And sometimes it’s that, or your ideal clients for your Thing, that are literally right there in front of you. Or in some cases, right behind you, waiting in the wings where you haven’t seen them; but they’ve been there all along…

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What to do if you don’t want to be the boss

Now, your Thing might well lend itself perfectly to you being the boss of a business. Or, it might not. It might be that the best use of your Thing is as part of someone else’s business–or in partnership with someone else (and their Thing) that adds up to a better result that you on your own. Or you can just hire a ‘boss’ to take care of business while you do your Thing.

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Give yourself permission (er, NOW)

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Permission is something we don’t actually need, but SO many of us feel we do. I know that I used to want it. A lot.

Because, of course, there isn’t really anyone who is stopping you from doing your Thing, from being as famous as you want to be, from standing in a super-bright spotlight, from doing exactly what you want to do the way you want to do it (given legal parameters of course!).

And yet we ask—and look—for permission.

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Knowing and doing are very different things…

I know loads. About all sorts of things (not just Thing-related). But knowing and doing and two very different things.

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