Higher aspirations whisper to you amidst the noise every day. They are luminary glances into the crystal ball, easy to dismiss in a world that deifies logic and reason. They are the threads of possibility silently daring you to weave them into the fabric of your future.
“What do you want?”
It is the simplest of questions, and in 25 years of working with leaders, we’ve discovered it is the most difficult (and powerful) question a leader must answer.
What deeper sense do you have of what you must now usher into your life and business?
How could your passion, gifts and talents make the greatest contribution?
Who would you become, what might you do, if you didn’t have to?
Napolean Hill, author of one of the best selling books of all time – Think and Grow Rich likened aspirations to children, “Cherish your vision and your dreams as they are the children of your soul; the blueprints of your ultimate achievements.”
Clear aspirations hold the potential to transform possibility into reality. Are you ready?