Nicky's Nuggets to Real Life Stress
I remember early in my business my nose to the grind ways that got me little to nowhere significant. I was still conditioned to my corporate heart-racing induced above and beyond means to meet unrealistic timelines. My work ethic has always been to ensure that everyone else's work was done too and sometimes that means just doing it myself. Now that I'm making headway in business (thanks to my Coach getting in me alignment with my "Brilliance" and my own determination and FOCUS) I have been able to reflect on my days and can truly smile at how far I've come. I am living days that match up with my dreams(yes I actually have those too now), living out my BIG WHY which is where my BIG MO comes from.
Now let me explain a bit about my BIG WHY. Contrary to what I thought for many years and trying to dig deep as to what that earth moving, saving the planet mission was supposed to be it is quite simple actually. It's days that I hang out at the Spa and do a little work and visit with our team and clients, it's days when I get to take care of my personal business (like getting to bring little Asher Olivia to the groomers or whatever I want to do), it's getting to exercise in the morning before really getting into client sessions, paperwork, conversations, meetings, etc), it's days when I get to go fishing or just hanging out with my Husband because he's back home from work, it's days that me and our daughters get to have lunch, go shopping, take time out to really be present at the extracurricular activities, it's days when I get to pick up Valentine's Day gifts for our team or whatever else that makes me heart sing and dance while keeping my Stress Levels at a manageable level to afford me the most productive day and having that overall sense of "Balance".
So you see, your Big Why to build that Big Momentum can be as simple as getting to take a lunch break or painting your nails. It is a day that is "designed by you guilt-free". Just for today I give you this challenge...take 2 minutes(as long as a commercial break) to think about what is your why today. Just today, not 10 years from now.