Here in South Dakota, I think we skipped Spring and went right to Summer! It’s sunny and in the 70’s today which is a dream come true. It’s time to get outside and enjoy the sun!
Speaking of getting outside – have you been spending too much time in your office? Are things feeling a little stale?
Sometime in the next week or so go to a coffee shop or a park and get out and dream. Start writing down your dreams (or color!) and dream big. Write everything down and do not let the sky be the limit.
Where do you want to be in one year, two years, and three years? What do you want your income to be, how many clients every month, how many speaking engagements a year, whatever pertains to your business but get out of your office and dream big?
Where do you want to be in one year, two years, and three years in your personal life? What do you want your life to look like?
One big dream goal that I set 6 months ago was to be a Ziglar Choose to Win coach. And I did it! I had this dream because I realized every day we have choices. While some days things happen that we have no control over we have a lot more control that we think by the choices we make. And that is what Choose to Win coaching is all about – the choices we make every day in every aspect of our life.
Elizabeth’s Choose to Win coaching request:
Break these dreams down into action steps and then think in terms of 30-day plans:
-Look at your big dreams
-Break them down into action steps
-What can you do in the next 30 days?
-What can you do today? The choice is yours!
-When the next 30 days comes up ask yourself again – now, what can I do in the next 30 days?
You will see your dreams and goals come true if you break them down into action steps and then into 30-day periods.
Listen to the song “Dream Big” by Ryan Shupe and the RubberBand. Listen at least 2-3 times. It’s a beautiful song and… well, I’m not going to say anything more about it – just listen to it and enjoy.
Then get out of your office! I’ll meet you outside!
Elizabeth Hagen is not your “typical” midwestern speaker and storyteller. Her spunky personality and cheerful soul make her ability to connect with others irresistible. As she likes to put it, she got it from her mama. Her passion is contagious when she’s doing what she does best, speaking and teaching self-worth and confidence from the point of view of a survivor. Elizabeth always made sure to visit her mom, who was in hospice care, at least twice a week. While driving to visit her one afternoon, Elizabeth was in a head-on collision that put her in the hospital trauma unit for seven days. As traumatizing as this was, Elizabeth describes those seven days as a blessing. Despite her injuries, she had never been so peaceful, calm, and content. She knew that everything was going to be okay and understood she needed this time to fully comprehend her need to slow down. Today, Elizabeth is able to fully understand... https://www.elizabethhagen.com/home