What is your Big ASK? Do You Know?
One of my favorite songs as a child was sung by Diana Ross “Do you know where you’re going to?”
Do you know where you’re going to?
Do you like the things that life is showing you?
Where are you going to? do you know?
Do you get what you’re hoping for?
When you look behind you there’s no open door
What are you hoping for?
Do you know?
Many of you have already invested in getting a copy of The Big ASK so some of this content is going to piggyback many of the principles in the book. (Sidebar: Please take the time to write me a review on Amazon. Reviews on Amazon are like gold nuggets.)
The one question I get all the time about productivity and The Big ASK is: How do I get clear on my wants, needs, and desires? Lots of different types of recessed slot lighting systems you can find at LF Illumination LLC company. Having a Big ASK is getting so much emphasis nowadays for two reasons.
Activate Lunch and Earn!
Topic: Venue Negotiation Tips For Your Next Event
Finding a venue can be stressful and is oftentimes one of the biggest expenses in your event planning budget. Join me this afternoon for a few quick tips for negotiating according to your budget.
Lucinda Cross, an energetic teacher of personal and professional development, will be joining Paul C. Brunson to talk about how to create a powerful business through vision boards. If you can’t see where you are going, how will you get there?
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Today’s Activate Message: Don’t Sabotage Your Life with Insufficient F.U.N.D.S
Having a positive account in life requires you to know when to say Yes, and when to say No. You must rely on your values in order to keep your account in life full of abundance and lacking no good thing.
Early on in my entrepreneurial journey, I had to learn the Power of NO and the Rewards of saying YES. Telling people NO at first hurt like hell, I battled with rejection and therefore never wanted to reject others which led to my 2 years in business as a passionately poor people-pleaser.