Are you “wishing” or “wanting?

Wishing or Wanting
Wishing or Wanting?

Did you see any of the Glastonbury festival? Perhaps you were there, singing along to every word?

I watched in awe of these amazing artists, some of the world’s best performers.

Paul McCartney became the oldest headliner at 80, performing with US rock legends Dave Grohl and Bruce Springsteen.

Billie Eilish, Kendrick Lamar, Diana Ross, Olivia Rodrigo, Joy Crookes, Crowded House, Noel Gallagher, and so many more.

But how did they get there? Performing to 200,000 appreciative music fans?

What makes the difference between the ones that make it and the many you have never heard of that failed?

I think it is all down to a couple of words. Wishing and Wanting.

There is a difference between “wishing” for and “wanting” something.

Wishing implies that you’d like to have something but not enough to work for it. You don’t expect to receive it.

Wanting implies that you are willing to work for something, and you expect to earn what you want.

Successful artists have worked long and hard practising their craft. Not one of them hasn’t worked hard, yes they make it look easy now.

If you are working “in” your business right now “wishing” that it becomes successful, the chances are it just isn’t going to happen.

For those of you that are “wanting” to be successful, why not give me a call and let’s make it happen.

Have a rocking week.