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On many occasions when I am around friends, family, Business contacts, and even standing at the supermarket waiting in line I hear about everyone’s lotto dreams.

That famous question everyone has asked himself or herself:

What would I do if I win the Lottery?

I love to gamble and although I only visit the Casino a few times a year every once in a while I play lotto. Like everyone else it is just the fact of having a very small opportunity of hitting the jackpot is reason to throw away a few dollars here and there.

When I throw away those few dollars I daydream of how a winning the lotto would change my life:

It would give me more freedom to do the things I want to do, and shocking to many of you they are aligned towards my business goals so yes I will continue to work as hard as I do now but focusing only on what I love to do.

The capital will allow me to grow my business and really kick off some projects I have that are delayed.

I would definitely travel a bit more and visit those great places in the world that I am yet to see.

Learn, learn, and learn some more. I would not miss out on opportunities to attend courses, conferences, and events of many of my interests.

In conclusion I think that if won the lotto I would be living and having the same goals I have now with a huge cushion to fall on.

But instead of waiting to hit the winning ticket I am focusing on getting enough wins to reach all those goals and dreams without having to win it.

How are you going to reach your goals and dreams? What changes do you need to do to ge there?


Attributionphoto credit by dno1967b

 

3 Comments

  1. littleibrat on February 28, 2011 at 12:34 am

    This is a very good advice… “But instead of waiting to hit the winning ticket I am focusing on getting enough wins to reach all those goals and dreams without having to win it.”



    • Raul Colon on February 28, 2011 at 12:41 am

      That is my approach too. The same reason why I will continue to do what I am doing right now if it ever happened. I think are goals should be focused on non-material things. Makes sense?



      • littleibrat on February 28, 2011 at 12:48 am

        Yep, makes perfect sense… Focus on goals leads to happiness… happiness leads to great things in life… So on and so forth…