My fictional response to this weeks’ YeahWriteMe prompt “What’s at the top?” had me imagining what it would be like to have “made it”.
My eight-figure salary, palatial penthouse on Park Avenue and this exquisite view of the New York City skyline are all a result of my grit and determination.
One thing my mentor taught me: always send the elevator back down from the top.
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Maybe you could even ride it down and bring some folks back up with you?
Thanks for sharing your “view” and beautiful manifested dreams. Love it!
I dream often of “making it”. In my dream, I always go back to the place I left and scoop up the people who deserve it, and I take them with me. I also already dream of the bloggers I would take with me if my blog took off. I will totally send the elevator back down.
Right? You always think about the people who helped you along – and others like you who deserve a chance.
Are you eligible for a Liebster Award? Are you interested in one? I would love to nominate you if so. I just got one yesterday and have to nominate 11 newer blogs that I think deserve recognition. If you’re not familiar with it, look it up and let me know. You would also have to nominate between 5-11 fellow bloggers (blogs less than 2 years old).
Thanks for thinking about me – I got two Liebsters when I first started. I have too many followers now…but let me know when your post is up and I’ll blast it for you?
Thanks, and congrats!! Funny how that hit me at first. I have too many followers. How can you have too many followers? OH, OH, I GET IT 🙂
Haha. I don’t have too many followers…I can never have enough of those. I have to many for the Liebster.
Simple gesture but makes so much sense, send the elevator back down!!
xx, Kusum | http://www.sveeteskapes.com
I hope she does more to help than send the elevator down!
I’m sure she will take her experiences and pass them on.
Paying it forward – always a good investment in one’s future.
The more I think about this the more I love it. Perfect dichotomy with multiple layers. I’m new to Yeah Write as of this week and am finding inspiration in these posts.
Thank you – and welcome! I look forward to reading more of your posts!
Always send the elevator back down, how great is that! I loved it.
Interesting contrast: the narrator emphasizes that it was her grit that got her to the top, yet she shares the mentor’s advice about helping others to achieve goals.
A good mentor can help to channel you in the right direction – but you have to do the work yourself.
I see now.
Woot Woot! Keep up the good work and love the advice!
That’s some great advice! Nicely told!
Sounds like good advice!
What good sage advice!
Love the message in this story!
Love your mentor’s advice!! Such a great reminder when you feel like you’ve finally made it. I hope to have that in mind when I finally have my own “eight-figure salary, palatial penthouse on Park Avenue and an exquisite view of the New York City skyline” =] =] =]
Haha. Me too.