I’m so excited that the New Year has arrived. It always feels like a fresh start.
There’s quite a bit around the corner for me in 2013. Some things I’ve been planning for a while and will begin revealing in February and March.
I’m doing things that might have rattled my core before and things I never would have considered taking on but am empowered to stretch myself to reach the next level I want to in my business.
It hasn’t always been easy and I know it’s the same for you but once I broke out of my bubble and started imaging the impossible the pieces of the puzzle started to fit together.
With a New Year it’s time to think about what’s possible and it’s time to take action on your imagination.
We often get so caught up in the “How” that we stop ourselves from getting out of the starting gate.
But what if this year is the year that you commit to what you’ve always thought was impossible? What if you found out that you could leave your job and be your own boss? What if you no longer had to worry about how the income was going to come in and just trusted that the “How” would follow what you intend for yourself?
In 2012 I had the pleasure of working with some absolutely phenomenal women and over the next few weeks I’ll be sharing with you some of their inspirational journeys.
These are women like you and me and decided to reinvent themselves and play bigger so they can reach their dreams and goals.
As you grow your business you need to surround yourself with people, stories and positive thoughts on what is possible.
We have too many people willing to strike us down, to tell us we’re not good enough and that we will fail.
You must be strong enough to stand up to others and strong enough to guide your dreams to reality.
Next week I’ll be sharing a story about a wife, mom of two, part time employee and part time business owner.
You need to hear her story—it’s quite powerful!
Until then… I’d love to hear where you’d like to be in your life and business by the end of this year. Don’t be afraid to commit to what you’d like to see happen.
How are you going to play bigger in 2013—what’s YOUR big plan?