Posts Tagged ‘mid life crisis’
I hear it all the time, standing in line ups, waiting to pay for food, collecting my money from the bank…” wow money sure is tight right now. I sure would love to win the lottery” i listen and ask what they would do if they won…”don’t know but i would quit my job right away.” as i make my way out of the building Ioften see those same complainers happily handing over ten or twenty bucks to the cashier at the lottery booth…
So here’s what I make of conversations like that.
1. They hate their job
2. They’re trading their valuable time for something they hate
3. They don’t have a clue about their goals…if you ask me how i would spend lottery winnings I can tell you right away..
4. They don’t want to, or don’t know how, to change this situation…
So here are a few ways to make change happen.
1. First, you have to want something different
2. Second, you have to be willing to try.
3. Get out of victim mode and take responsibility for yourself.
4. Hire a life coach…work together for a few months
5. Join in a group coaching program on the phone if money feels a little tight
6. Listen to our radio programs to be inspired to create change
7. Become an angel investor to someone who wants coaching
8. Donate money to www .kiva.org to support small biz start ups.
9. Share your story, wrote, speak, yell from the rooftops if you have to
10. Come to a live coaching event, be inspired, be m
I dare say you haven’t had much practise” said the Queen. “When I was your age I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”
Lewis Carroll from Alice in Wonderland
So, I ask you, what’s your impossible? Mine is my movement, and it’s not that I find it impossible to believe, it’s that so many others do not believe it to be possible. What’s my movement? Teaching a million women how to earn a million dollars by turning their passion into profit. I know it’s possible, I’m proof and so are the many women who are, or have, worked with me in the last four years. Dog groomers, dog walkers, writers, caterers, house cleaners, landscape architects, tutors, bakers….you name it and there’s a way to make a millions dollars in that business. But don’t take my word for it, sign up for a coaching program and, if you haven’t been able to tap into your passion after three months I’ll refund your money, ALL your money, and I’ll even throw in a lottery ticket for you too!
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I went into my adjudication office today, it’s a really interesting contract position with the federal government and I really do like the people I work with. Today one of my co-workers was talking about a friend of his who, it would appear, is having a mid-life crisis. Well that’s not new, apparently it happens all the time. Men and women experience mid-life crises all the time so I’m told. This was nothing new so what was the problem?
My friend handed me my Tim Horton’s coffee and said “well it’s what he bought for himself that has caused the problem.” Upon further discussion I found out that he had bought himself a jet at the princely sum of 1.5 million Canadian dollars. “Well did he have the money to do this? ” he did. “Does he need a jet for business?” he does. “Will he make money with it?” he will…”then what’s the problem?” Well it’s an awful lot of money to spend on a gift for oneself was the reply. “Well does he share his wealth with his family?” he does..Again, I failed to see this as a problem but I was the only one who felt that way..
But that got me thinking, as my Tim Horton’s coffee cooled down too much, about rewarding ourselves for our hard work. Why can’t we do that? Why do some people get so offended when a big purchase is made? If you worked for it and you can afford it then what the heck, go for it…What business is it of mine anyway to be telling somebody how to spend their money?
Personally I think it’s great that the guy bought himself something he really wanted. I hope he enjoys it and makes good use of it. When you make your millions through my coaching program helping millions make millions.com what will you do with the money?
I’m paying my house off, taking my family travelling and taking my best friend on a trip to the Bahamas…and I’m not waiting to win the lottery to do so: I’m doing it with my money that I have earned in my business….now that’s fulfilling!
Living la vida fearless, Jan