Something that makes me different than most mentors and coaches …
They talk about Champaign under the Eiffel Tower .
I talk about how I got covered in hay and stepped in shit.
The thing is some people would hear (or read) this and think it’s not “SUCCESS”.
What they don’t know is I had horses and all the critters on my vision board a couple years ago.
That THIS is the life I WANT.
Sure I love a nice hand bag – but it’s not a Louise Vuitton.
Yes I love fine and expensive shoes, but almost al of my most “expensive” shoes are boots…. cowboy, muck and rain. And I see them as an investment into my lifestyle here on the farm.
The point here is don’t let someone else’s version of success define you.
Sometimes success partners perfectly with REAL life. And honestly that’s what most people actually want… not fra-lalala-ing around in a ball gown all day.
What does success actually look like to you?