Thinking Big

Are you thinking small? Do you think in terms of the minimum you need to sustain your work, your personal finances, or any other goal? When you think small… you consistently bring in those results that correspond to your small thoughts. What would happen if you thought big? Take one area of your life… and expand your thinking… think big.  For example, instead of thinking… I just want to pay my billls… Think… what do I need to do to not only pay my bills and have a cushion of X amount of money every month? Whenever you set a goal, add some cushion to it.  Here is another example of thinking bigger- when you think of your dream home… imagine not just the dream home, but the furnishings inside, the money to comfortably maintain the home, pay the taxes,  join the country club, plus a cushion. Are you getting the idea? You can apply this thinking big idea to every day situations, too. For instance, a common thought might be… I need to find the time to exercise. Change this to- the time to exercise, sit in the hot tub/sauna/steam room, showering, etc – don’ think in minimums- think about everything you truly want to happen, plus a cushion. Thinking big gives you big results.

Excercise: Ask yourself- where I am thinking too small in my life? How can I add big thinking to this area? When you shift to thinking big in this area, track your results.  Keep reminders in clear sight about your commitment to thinking big.

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Warmest,

Sheri

Sheri Kaye Hoff
M.A. CGCL Life Coach and Author
 

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