Do you have one big project that will move your business or your life forward by a quantum leap? It can be as simple as starting an email campaign or as complex as achieving a lifetime dream.
A lifetime dream can be business-related or personal. This includes:
- Writing a book.
- Launching a podcast.
- Starting a side-business.
- Reducing your work week to 4 days.
- Planning a trip around the world.
Although lifetime dreams are important to who we are and what we are passionate about, they are often the first thing to go when life gets too busy and too stressful.
Why do you think that is? It all comes down to time and inertia.
Lifetime dreams take time to develop, plan, and execute. We are often perfectionists when it comes to these larger goals, which adds extra stress and pressure to an already emotionally-packed project.
We continue to ask ourselves the wrong sorts of questions: Where will I find the time? What will I have to sacrifice? Can I afford to do this?
Instead, we should be asking ourselves if there is a better way to accomplish and live our dreams: What if I had an administrative assistant to take non-mission critical tasks off my plate and give me more time to focus on my lifetime dream? What if this assistant could help me with the planning stages and maybe even the overall execution? What if he or she also held me accountable for deadlines and goals?
Sometimes the biggest problem is just getting started. Or, maybe you have started, but the project has reached the point where it looks huge and overwhelming.
Do you need help mapping out the steps of the projects, thus dividing each step into a smaller, easily achievable goal?
Once you break the entire project into small steps, it starts to look doable. Soon, you will find yourself back at the same level of excitement: you will feel motivated once again and will start seeing all the endless possibilities.
But does this breakdown seem as equally overwhelming? What if you had an assistant to help?
By helping you plan and strategize, an assistant will help you finally get that lifetime dream started or pick it up from where you left off.
The biggest adventure you can take is to live the life of your dreams. ~Oprah Winfrey
When you look back on your life twenty years from now, will you be able to say that you successfully accomplished your lifetime dream?
By finding help and freeing up time, you can truly accomplish anything.