Making Your Dreams Come True

Close your eyes & imagine everything you’ve ever wanted. The ability to travel the world, the brand new 7-Series BMW, walking out your screen door to the white sand of Malibu, CA. Feels pretty good doesn’t it? Well what if this dream was reality… because it could be. 

The power of visualization is sometimes forgotten. We tend to close our eyes when we’re in stressful situations & it allows us to escape reality. All we want is to vision being somewhere else and dream of doing the things we think is impossible. In actuality, its not as far from reach as you may think. Painting that picture everyday can give us that extra push to study harder or to stay an extra hour longer at work even when everyone has already left for the day.

Remember creating those dreams boards back in the day when you were a kid? There was a reason for it: they work.

Waking up everyday and thinking about exactly what you want in life, where you want to be, who you want to be around, will actually dictate your future. You need to see the life you want to live before it happens so that it can happen. 

I’m a firm believer in trusting the process because the journey is the reward. Life isn’t supposed to be easy because if it was… what would be the point? We wouldn’t appreciate the process of getting a college diploma (even though who really enjoys studying?) We wouldn’t enjoy that promotion that we spent every Saturday in the office putting in the work while everyone was out enjoying themselves. That process of getting what you want is the ultimate reward because by the time you reach the finish line, you deserve the medal. 

Vision what the end goal is for you. Everyone has different destinations but think about what you want. Once you have it exactly mapped out on paper or in your head, review it everyday and continue to enjoy the process of getting there. 

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