Monday, 30 December 2013

Dreaming Big for 2014






The end of one year the start of another. If you haven't already started you will soon be setting yourself aside some time to reflect on your year that was and to dream about the year to be.

(if you're not, take this as a subtle hint that you should be)

As you know, I have been working through my Amazing Biz+Life Workbooks from Leonie Dawson which are super awesome but if you're not an Academy member or you don't want to buy them for yourself, then I have another activity for you to try to get some juices flowing for your dreams for next year.

I was re-reading an article from 2012 from Amy Glassenburg and it really is a simple premise. It's a simple activity that removes some huge blocks and allows you to really discover what big dreams you have lurking in your subconscious mind.

If I were to give you $50k with ZERO strings attached for you to use for your BUSINESS. 
What would you use the money for?

Think about it. Seriously. 

What would you do with your business with that sort of money?

When you start to dream about what you could achieve with that sort of cash you then know where you want to take your business. 

So, in the spirit of leading the way I will share with you my list:
  • get an expert to design a website to incorporate my blog and a members only area for The Handmade Business Network;
  • have my printable forms converted to fillable forms for people who want to live paper free;
  • advertise;
  • get a graphic designer to  make my printable products look amazeballs and help design another project I am working on;
  • hire an assistant who believes in my mission.

Get involved! Share your dreams .... what would $50,000 mean for your business?     




Network Members: there is an activity form in the discussion thread for this topic and if anyone wants help to break their $50k Big Dreams into bite sized goals just ask!


2 comments:

  1. Love the idea, wonderfully deceptively simple. Tweeted it.
    xxx
    Fadwa

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