Let's face it we all have our challenges that
affect our motivation.
Yesterday, after the idea that my advertising
efforts were not going well, I shifted my focus
to another situation in my life.....my dad's estate.
Now that dad is gone and the smoke has cleared,
I am in the process of selecting an estate sale company
to handle the sale of the remaining contents.
So, I went in to researching different companies and
found one that is having a sale and I went to check it out.
After walking around a while I had several thoughts. First
thing I noticed was a variety of old time possessions which
reminded me of my dad. Then I saw how things were
"priced to sell", both observations were disturbing!
But, what really got to me the most was seeing how all
the people come out to get a deal and "pick over" the
remains of what the deceased person cherished so much.
Have you ever had to experience this? Well, I was not in
the mood to do any marketing, and doing more with the
estate sale wasn't helping me feel motivated!
HMMM....what else could I do?
Let me think, I do need to start considering a new
car, because mine is getting old and starting to
have problems. "That's it"! I will go test drive some
You see I have been working on creating my
dream life, and one of the steps to doing that
is creating my dream board. There is one
particular type of car I would find exciting to own
and that is a.........
Are you ready for this? A Jaguar! Off I went to the
nearest (and only) Jaguar dealer in Missouri or so
they told me.
After browsing around in awe of these magnificent
and powerful high performance sports vehicles I
decided I wanted to drive the F-Type S Coupe, 8 cyl,
550 HP. I'll admit I was a bit nervous driving something
with that much power, 0-60 in less than 4 seconds,
but, was willing to push through the fear lol.
Wow, what an adrenaline rush! I even got the salesman
to take my picture sitting in the driveway with me behind the
wheel!! I forgot how good it felt to dream of something
Have you forgot too? This is definitely on my bucket
list now and I look forward to filling up my dream board
with many other exciting desires.