Wouldn’t it be fun to be an eccentric billionaire?
Riding your unicorn, the wind in your yacht, giving away tons of money for the powers of good (and maybe spending some of it on yourself?).
It could also be fun to be so successful that you have no major money or house worries, and every day you wake up to a job you love.
Either way, success smells good, doesn’t it? But how do you get there?
You can read the interwebs and find all sorts of interesting information on what successful people do in the morning, or how they structure their day, or even—wink—the questions that they ask themselves.
Why the focus on questions? Well, there are many schools of thought on this but if I can borrow from Appreciative Inquiry, one of the reasons that questions are so important is because “words create worlds.”
What that means is that the questions you choose to ask yourself have a direct impact on the world you create for yourself.