Dreaming big

Speaking of signs that show up three times, on Friday i San Diego, I had a conversation first with a real estate agent, who told me about Nat Bosa, the guy behind most of the residential high-rises in downtown San Diego and much of the development of waterfront that’s happened over the last decade.

Later that day, as I was taken back to my hotel after handing in my car for service at Penske Automotive Collision while I’m away, my rep there told me a bit about the owner, Roger Penske, and the scale of his massive business empire.

And then the next day, I read this:

The majority of people don’t go after their wildest dreams because they think they’re unrealistic. Tim says it well: “Ninety-nine percent of people believe they can’t do great things, so they aim for mediocrity.” The level of competition is highest for realistic goals because most people don’t set high enough goals for themselves. But not only do you statistically have a better chance of achieving what may seem like an unrealistic goal, doing so fuels you. Once you feel the first high of accomplishing something major and seemingly unattainable, you want to go bigger and badder, and you force yourself to fulfill the need all the more. Even better, the technically smaller goals suddenly seem less daunting.

Is the message clear enough yet? Hellooo!!?!?

Yes, I’m seriously limiting my dreams.

I’m dreaming small.

So what would my big dream look like?

In terms of work, here’s what it would look like:

  1. I intend to help bring about a global transformation of consciousness, a world where we realize that we’re all part of the same big global community, that all humans, animals, as well as mother earth are all completely interconnected and interdependent, and that by bringing light to our unconscious minds, we can free ourselves from the tyranny of the mind and live lives that are aligned with our souls, our dharma, our life purpose.
  2. I intend to inspire a million entrepreneurs to go about entrepreneurship completely differently - all the actions may look the same on the surface, but the energy and motivation they come from are completely different. Actually, a million seems a bit low. 10 million sounds more like it. 10 million entrepreneurs who have chosen to receive emails from me. Why entrepreneurs? Because entrepreneurship is in my blood and soul, because entrepreneurs are the ones who will be coming up with the solutions to all the challenges we’re facing, because their products can and will reach billions of people across the world, influencing them and their consciousness, directly and indirectly.
  3. I intend to write a New York Times best-seller, titled Conscious Startups, which will help spread the word about all of this.
  4. I intend to revolutionize and streamline the way we teach and learn, through zenbilling, while making it into a very profitable business with a million teachers using it around the world help a billion people transforms their lives.

This or something better to the joy and benefit of all concerned.



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