About 12 years ago I sat down and figured out what my ideal average day would look like. I thought about what I would be doing, who I’d be hanging out with, what I would be making, what my fitness level would be.
I started there and wrote a purpose which I’ve had for 15 years now: “I Sharon see, hear, feel and know that the purpose of my life is to be a loving and passionate woman who inspires others playfully.” And with that road map and my values, I began figuring out what my business and decision making would look like.
So my decision making tree is formed based on decisions I’ve made that I really love.
Based on that, I’ve achieved financial independence and most people in this industry can’t say that. I have one question: why? How can you not have that set up and sorted?
If you’re on my programs and in the room with me, the minimum goal is netting a profit of a million dollars a year.
Some people can’t handle that, so take a zero off if you are comfortable with $100,000 although I’m choking at that low number. I need you to think as big as you can.
The number you utilize is going to be the number that stretches you, that challenges you, that you haven’t achieved yet.
A million was my first goal once I realised you really can do that in this industry.
You have to earn it. A million dollars is earned by the value you add. It is not for the wishing for it. Not for the wanting it. Not for the ‘I think I deserve it’. That new age crap isn’t going to work.