“The only thing worse than being blind is having sight with no vision.”
I have a brand new topic this month to cover with you. I have to admit, it is one of my absolute favorite ideas to talk about with anyone who will listen. (Good thing I have a podcast now, right?)
I also have to warn you that this singular thing is the secret to so many of my clients’ success—I’m talking 7-figure launches, sold-out offers, and miles-long waiting lists, not to mention building legacies that will make an impact for years to come.
This week, and for the next month, we’re talking all about Vision, and more importantly we’re diving deeply into what a LEGACY VISION is.
Sure, as an entrepreneur you know how important it is to have a vision.
But what actually is a vision? And how is it different from a Legacy Vision?
And the most important question of all, how in the world do you create one for yourself and your business?
We dive into all of that and more in this week’s episode of The Legacy Lounge podcast!
And here’s what you’ll take away…with timestamps!:
I usually reserve these types of exercises and advice for my clients, but this podcast is a big part of my Legacy and I am so excited to see how this episode impacts how you show up in your life, business, and the world.
Together, we can make an impact and leave a Legacy that will shape the world.
“The only thing worse than being blind is having sight with no vision.”—Helen Keller
“A leader has the vision and conviction that a dream can be achieved.
He inspires the power and energy to get it done.”—Ralph Lauren
“You’ve got to give yourself the freedom to dream—to use your imagination to see and feel what does not yet exist. A vision is not the same as goals or objectives; those come from the head. A vision comes from the heart.”—John Graham
“Slow down to speed up”
“As a leader, you are a beacon for others. A Legacy Vision allows you to step into the light and take a leadership role. To create the path towards a better future.”
“It’s not that we set our goals too high and miss them, it’s that we set our goals too low and hit them.”
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