Life is just a long thread of Hallmark moments. Am I right?
But maybe you’re not familiar with Hallmark moments.
In that case, you might get a kick out of this synopsis I clipped out of a guy’s description of how “all Hallmark movie plots are basically the same.” Here’s how he described them…
“Guy or gal who left home several years ago and is very successful at some high falutin’ job in a big city somewhere comes back to their Smalltown, USA hometown for Thanksgiving or a funeral. Oh no! Their family’s business is failing! What?! They need to stay longer than they planned. Maybe until Christmas! I can’t believe it. What are the chances of that?!!?
Successful and attractive returning guy or gal runs into the sister or brother of a friend they knew in high school. He or she “was just a kid back then” but now they’re “all grown up” and they’ve really blossomed into a hunk or a hottie. At first they may not like each other but everyone else can see the obvious chemistry. Despite the fact that they annoy each other, they have to work together to save the business, ranch, or whatever.
Of course it will all inevitably lead to a playful snowball fight between the two in the town square. And they both realize they like each other and they kiss.”
Ah, heavy sigh.
Who doesn’t love Hallmark moments and movies? OK, serve up the winky face emoji.
Yes, obviously I’m poking fun at the predictable plot lines found in those Hallmark movies. Because, well, they’re such easy targets. And they don’t tend to resemble anything in real life. Right? Just feel-good stuff. Nothing wrong with that. But life is SO much more than Hallmark moments and cupcakes.
And that doesn’t mean your life will never have any of those wonderful, almost fairy tale, success stories.
In fact, I had a client who’s a good example of that kind of success story. Bob (not his real name) started out as a one-man business operation. Whatever needed to be done, Bob did it. And in only seven years, he grew his business enough to hire 10 employees. That’s the good news.
But the bad news, if you wanna call it that, was that meant he not only had to run a business, but he also had to manage 10 employees. And just in case you don’t know, that’s not as easy as it sounds.
What he did to grow his business that much wouldn’t help him run it AND manage 10 employees.
He’d have to do something different.
But what did he do? Move back to his hometown, meet up with his old girlfriend, open a hardware store, kiss the girl, and live happily ever after?
No. For the answer to what he did, and how I helped him do it, and how I can probably help you, too, you’ll have to book a free call with me. Especially if what you’ve been doing has felt like anything but Hallmark moments.
I can’t guarantee you’ll win the love of your heart’s desire. But I wouldn’t be surprised if you took your business, and your life, to a whole ‘nother level. Because I’ve seen my clients and customers do that over and over. So, use that handy calendar link, below, and book a call with me as soon as possible. Your future starts now.
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