Did you start your business so you can enjoy financial abundance, flexibility and freedom?
I know I did.
You had a vision and you’re excited.
But it’s easy to get distracted or busy or stuck in the day-to-day to check in and see if you are indeed creating the business you dream of!
Watch this episode to help you get excited about your vision once again…
In uncertain times, your vision can be your guiding light – the one thing you can be certain of – which is why it’s so important to know it, focus on it and take inspired action.
Hello lovely! How are you doing? This is Yasmin Vorajee from Tiny Time, Big Results.
Today I want to ask you this question.
What does freedom look like in your business?
What does that vision look like? I’m asking because I was prompted, during my morning walk to ask myself the question, what does a freedom look like in my business?
What does it specifically look like in my business? This is such an important question because when I started my business, it was with the intention of creating an amazing business that would allow me to be financially abundant, give my family all the things that they wanted, for me to create a great lifestyle, for me to work with amazing people and create incredible transformations.
But do you know what happens when you start with a vision? It either becomes dulled or we don’t pay as much attention to it.
It just fades away into the background.
I realized that had happened to me.
I wasn’t building the business that I had envisioned originally.
And this happens because we get busy and we get stuck in the day to day.
And unfortunately that does stop you from staying focused on your vision.
There are some people who are great at doing this – connecting to their vision – every day.
Which is all well and good, but you and I know that that can be hard to do.
And it’s easy to get distracted. It’s easy to get busy and forget about the vision.
And it’s only when something happens that you think, ‘Oh, hold on a minute. Is this actually, what I want to do? Is this actually the business that I want to create? Is this actually what I want to offer? What I want to deliver? Are these the people that I want to work with?’
And so you start asking all these questions and it’s easy to get stuck there.
One of my self sabotage moves is letting myself get confused.
And I’m sharing that with you because I think it’s so important to know what your self sabotage moves are because for a long time I would get stuck into the confusion and I would get stuck there.
And it’s only when I switched my awareness that I realised I was doing it.
I switched from being in it to observing it.
I became the observer and that’s a powerful place to be because you’re not in it.
Having that awareness of what your self sabotage move is powerful.
I realized that while I was enjoying the business, it wasn’t necessarily what I wanted. I had forgotten about my own vision. And I’d forgotten about what it is that I wanted to create. So someone says to you, what’s your vision?
And you think, ‘Oh God, I can’t remember what my vision is!‘
Especially when you’re trying to create a business that gives you freedom.
We have this idea about freedom, flexibility and money flowing in consistently.
And it’s not as easy as everyone thinks it is, or as some people make it out to be.
If it was easy, everybody would be doing it (Always run a mile from anybody that tells you that it’s easy).
It’s not easy but it can be simple.
That’s a very important distinction. It can be simple.
Here’s what you do to get started…start asking questions without demanding answers.
Einstein said that you can’t solve problems from the same level of consciousness that created them.
So when you’re asking questions, you tend to ask from the place that you’ve always been.
What I like to do is ask the questions and not demand the answer.
I’m allowing myself to percolate like a little coffee pot; go for my walks, play with the kids. Do other stuff like cooking (which is a really great way to switch off). I want to allow the answer to bubble up and for my innate wisdom to get a word in edgewise.
What could it look like? Who do you want to work with? How do you want to work? (Hint – crucially, it’s about how you structure your business model.)
And that gets me very excited because I love helping business owners create and implement strategies that help them enjoy a lucrative business whilst only working a few hours a day.
But you’ve got to get clear on the vision first.
Take some time today and think – what does freedom in your business look like?
Ask the question, let the answers percolate away.
I’d love to hear from you! Comment below or on social media.
I’ve loved hanging out with you today. I look forward to chatting with you again soon, and don’t forget to grab your free chapter from my bestselling book. Tiny Time, Big Results.
I look forward to chatting with you again soon!