How do you define success?
As one of my clients reminded me, it’s important to get clear on what success means to you. Otherwise, you’re going to be chasing somebody else’s dream, not following your own.
Here’s how she turned her back on the conventional view of success, and the two questions that can help you define it for yourself:
So don’t just listen to the next “guru” who says—
You need to make a certain amount each month to be successful.
Or build a following of tens of thousands of people on FB.
Or write a book.
Or launch an online program.
Or anything else.
Get clear on what “success” looks like for you.
What you truly want.
To figure that out, ask yourself two questions:
What do you want your life to look like? Do you want to speak to thousands around the world? Make a ton of money? Work less and spend more time with family? Or something else?
What kind of legacy do you want to leave? Do you want to set your family up financially to follow their dreams? Train a small group in a method you’ve created so it lives on after you’re gone? Or . . .
Clients have come to me to release blocks to knowing what they want. Once a block was gone, they could go after what they wanted. (Their version of success.)
But let’s be clear—Tapping freed them up to know their own heart and mind.
I didn’t tell them what they wanted. Or how to be “successful.”
They decided for themselves.
You get to do that too.
So don’t let anyone else tell you what success is.
Not even me. 😉
I firmly believe that, the more you follow what calls to your own heart, the more of an impact you will have.
Whatever that impact is meant to be.
That’s how you become the leader you’re meant to be.
That’s the leader the world needs now.
And that’s true success.
I’d love to know what success looks like for you. Please shoot me a message or email me at Nancy@UnblockResults.com. Tell me what calls to your heart.
Until next time . . .