This morning I had my coffee with this view of Bondi Beach. It made me think about the past.
If you told me, 5 years ago, when I first arrived Australia, when I was worried about my future and what I was going to do with my life – That in 5 years time I was going to have my own business. That I was going to live my dream – I would have said you were crazy..
When I first started to work towards my freedom, It was hard to believe it would ever happen! It felt so far away, and almost impossible. Then I re-learned something I always knew, but I didn’t know it was THIS important and powerful..
I re-learned to visualize.
As kids, most of us had dreams, and most of us were good at visualizing! What we didn’t know back then, was the power it actually has. Everything starts with a thought. An idea!
When I started to think back on happenings in the past, I found that most things I once wanted in life, that I visualized and lived BEFORE I had it – actually happend!
So, I started to believe in, and understand the power of visualization!
I saw myself being free, quitting my 9-5 job. I saw myself travelling the world, and going back to Australia. Some nights when I went to bed, I FELT the happiness of boarding the flight back to Sydney. It gave me real butterflies, like it was happening in the present.
Believe it or not, but what I visualized when I first started my journey, have started to take place!
My business has given me the freedom to quit my 9-5 job, and the opportunity to do what I love. It has so far taken me to the U.K, Spain, Hungary, Sweeden, USA , France, Denmark, The Netherlands, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia… And I’m just getting started!
The experiences and memories I have been able to have over the last years are amazing. It’s been challenges on the way, of course! Nothing worth having comes easy, and it takes work – But in the end it’s all worth it – And I would start all over again if I had to. Visualization is where you start to create your world and reality.
“Visualization is daydreaming with a purpose” -Bo Bennet