WUE 82 | Think Bigger

 

There is a football stadium in Texas that is 3 million square feet and seats over 110,000 people. The Katy Freeway at Beltway 8 is 26 lanes across. The Sheraton Hotel in downtown Dallas is one of the largest hotels in the world with 1,840 rooms, 22 presidential suites, 224 junior suites, and has over 50 elevators and escalators. What do all of these have to do with you and your life? It has to do with how you can think bigger. The people that created all this stuff think big and beyond the box. They’re visionaries. Life is for experiencing everything that we possibly can. When you reach for the moon, you know that you’re at least going to get to a star. Find out how you can think bigger, get clear about your why in life, and envision where it is you want to go and what goals you want to achieve.

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Why Think Bigger?

I’m going to speak out why think bigger. You probably remember that a couple of weeks ago, Rafael and I went to Dallas. In there, I had this experience, having been in Texas many times but I never thought about it a lot. Somehow, I was wowed out about how big everything was. I noticed that the buildings were beautiful and the architecture was unique. There were some beautiful sculptures. They were awesome and we’re talking really big buildings. The other thing is we went on a tour of their new football stadium. It is 3 million square feet.

It seats over 110,000 people. It has many amazing, beautiful accouterments to it that it was just phenomenal, complete walls that were murals of artwork and the walk down ramp. One of the ways people get out is one mile long. I was having a hard time fathoming all of the things that it is made up of and I can’t even imagine how long it took them to think of all the details that they have in there. The other thing that I noticed when we were there are these freeways. There is a freeway that has 26 lanes in Texas.

It handles over 219,000 cars a day and I think it’s called the Katy Interstate. If you can fathom 26 lanes, I have a hard time even getting that. We have six and I think that’s pretty darn big. We stayed at the Sheraton in downtown Dallas. Are you ready for this? It’s the largest hotel. It might be in the world, but certainly in the state of Texas. 1,840 rooms, 22 presidential suites, it has over 50 elevators and escalators. It has 224 junior suites and it’s a beautiful place to be. It was big, beautiful, and wonderful. The airport, I’m not even going to go into details about that, but it is also massive.

WUE 82 | Think Bigger

Think Bigger: If you ‘d like to know how to think bigger, get clear about your why in life, envision where it is you want to go and what goals you want to achieve or your relationships.

What’s all this bigness that I’m referring to have to do with you and your life? It has to do with thinking bigger. You realize that the people that create all this stuff, they think big. They’re visionaries. They think beyond the box. How big do you think? How big or how little is your box? Do you look at things from the most minute manner or from the most expansive manner? Do you see things as negative or positive? That has to do with little vibration or big vibration. Do you feel you pick on anything and accomplish it?

Do you set your goals really large and do you invite others, including your children, to think bigger and grow beyond where it is that they think they can be? This life is for experiencing everything that we possibly can. If you’re going to stay in some little programmed idea, then you are not going to completely embellish, experience, and taste all that life has to offer. It’s quite powerful when you see something and you go, “What’s beyond that?”“What else can I do? I got this far, where else can I go? What else is it that I want to do in my life? With whom is it that I want to be? Where do I want to travel? What do I want to accomplish?”

Think big. Have your ideas out there. When you reach for the moon, you know that you’re at least going to get to a star. It’s powerful when you start to look at your life and how you may be playing small. It’s a fun thing to think about. Some days it might not feel appealing to you, and other days you can pull yourself up and go, “Look at my box, I’m getting big. I’m moving on. I’m going to think more profoundly, more positively, and I’m going to take a step beyond this than I’ve ever been before.”

That’s what I challenge you for now. Expand to be more. I’d like to invite you to consider some coaching because I’m taking some new clients now. If you ‘d like to know how to think bigger, get clear about your why in life, envision where it is you want to go and what goals you want to achieve or your relationships, I’m the girl that can help you do that. Private message me. Here is your question for the day. What would it take for me to think bigger? Ask that rhetorical question and let your mind and let all of the parts of you that are always thinking bring to you some ideas that will take you beyond where it is that your mind knows to go. Until next time, feel a hug.

Author: Esateys Stuchiner

Esateys (pronounced Ee sáh teez) is an International Life Transformational Speaker, Author, Master Facilitator, Life Coach and Expert in the Human condition. She is a Nationally and Board Certified Nurse Practitioner. For over 30 years, she has practiced, taught and lectured extensively in the allopathic and alternative medicine field.

Esateys is known for her groundbreaking work in the areas of personal empowerment and health restoration using mindset and inner connection as the catalyst for all change.

Esateys describes herself as the ‘Architect of the New You’ and has dedicated her life and professional career to helping her clients create “New Beginnings” by facilitating self empowerment, economic freedom and restored health.

For more information, go to esateys.com.