😇 It is such a blessing to have people in your life that truly get you.
🤩 After submitting the manuscript for my first book (coming in June) to my publisher, one of my besties sent me this mug for my collection.
💗 I love this collection that celebrates my business name because it also reflects the quietude of witnessing an extraordinary moment.
😔 Somehow, images of people with flashy cars or dressed in luxury brands that shout, "work with me, and you can have the luxury life too," have become a thing.
🤨And to some extent, I get it. Capturing people's psychological attraction to their aspirations is a marketing tactic that stands the test of time.
🤦♀️ To some extent, every corporation where I worked lost their way because Wall Street kept comparing them to their competitors and pushing them to measure themselves to an external yardstick instead of sticking to their truth north guideposts of mission and values.
💥 If you can only see your value by comparing yourself to others and measuring your success in your ability to rub shoulders on Millionaire Row, you may be on a path that leads you away from yourself.
😩 The external validation game is tiresome.
🙌 My extraordinary is about standing firm in your mission and values and making choices that fill you with joy, pride, and prosperity.
🤑 And if the by-product is fame and fortune, good on you.
😏 It's all about positioning—fame and fortune are not the goals but one possible aftereffect.
😎 And what I am saying works.
💪 I have a client who passed on a major joint-venture because his mission and values put his team first, and they needed space to recover. He received a new opportunity to expand his business through acquisition within the year, which tripled his income in under six months.
🙋 Had he said yes to the first opportunity, he would not have had the capacity to consider the acquisition, which is a much stronger long-term strategy for growth.
🙂 If you are interested in my brand of extraordinary, let's connect.
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