A few years ago, I came to a conclusion. If I couldn't make at least $10,000 in a day, I wasn't going to go to work.
SOUNDS CRAZY, RIGHT?
I agree. But it's true. I made a conscious decision that going into work wasn't worth it, if the result wasn't at least a 10k day.
Now, I know that some of you are thinking - no way, I could never do that, you're a lawyer so it’s different, you're Nicole so it’s different, my work or business could never result in my making that kind of money....(insert objection here).
This is the thing. You actually CAN do it, and none of the objections you made (or the ones I made for you) are really holding you back. The other thing that isn't holding you back is the actual sum of 10k, or 50k, or even $500.
If you ask most people if they would like to make a million dollars a year, they'd say yes. But for most, that “Yes” is qualified - what would you need to do, to make that kind of (or more) money?
When you think about all the things you SHOULD be doing, it's easy to come up with stuff, right?
You should exercise more. You should spend more quality time with your kids. You should start that business you keep talking about. You should learn how to present yourself better so you can get what you want. You should _____________ (fill in the blank).
But what is hard, really, is having absolute clarity on what you shouldn't be doing.
Just like the easy "should's", it's easy to say, I shouldn't drink, be a couch potato, eat ice cream every night, bite my nails...you get the point.
I'm talking about the things that suck the life out of you. That make you tired, and irritable, on a daily basis. That when you do them, you feel like you're pushing a boulder uphill.
The things that make you unproductive and ineffective - or at the very least, less productive and effective.
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