She captured my attention with her bright pink hair as she opened the doors to a candy store filled with gummy bears, lollipops, and crystallized candy sticks.
I asked Lola one question. “If you didn’t have to worry about money, what would you do with your life?”
This was her response.
Lola would live comfortably, not have to worry about things she can’t afford, and wouldn’t skimp on anything. She’d get everything she’s always wanted, and would treat family and friends to anything they wanted. She’d have a bigger house and most definitely, A LOT of cats.
If she didn’t have to worry about money, Lola would prefer to NOT have a job. But if she did work, she’d probably “sell little art things,” like “make stupid necklaces and phone cases.”
I asked Lola to tell me more about the necklaces and phone cases she’s made.
She’s made one necklace.
And she hasn’t made any phone cases yet, but “dream[s] of it.”
So what can we learn from Lola?
Why sit on your dreams? Take a little action. Even if it’s just one step.
Lola’s dreamed of making phone cases and necklaces. I encouraged her to be bold, take action and explore that dream.
What have you’ve been dreaming about? Do it. Today.
So tell me…is there something from Lola’s story that you can take and apply to your own life?
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