If You Dream It, Believe It
Jessica Hayes talks about getting back to your dreams.
Whatever it is you wanted as a kid, get that same determination back in you because nothing will motivate you more than knowing where you are going. And if you know where you are going, you will work harder than ever to get there.
When I first started in Network Marketing, they asked me what it was that I wanted to get out of it. My dream at the time was to live on the beach and travel the world. And I’ve accomplished those things. But once I accomplished them, I had to ask myself, “What am I doing this for now?”
I’ve fulfilled my original dream, and I needed a new dream. And that dream is that when we start a family, I am going to create a lifestyle where I can take my kids with me as I travel around the world.
So, get your dream back. Whatever your dream was, get it back in you. You’ve got to wake up every single morning and visualize it.
I was a gymnast growing up, and before every competition, we had to sit and visualize our perfect routines. Sometimes you just need to sit there and visualize talking to someone and having the perfect conversation. Give yourself the benefit of the doubt, and know that you can be perfect and do it right.
Don’t underestimate yourself because you can get and have anything you want out of your life. Go test drive that car you’ve always wanted. Go walk through that house you want to live in. And when the sales people says they don’t think you have the money to buy it, say “I will.”
So, go look at the houses and the cars and visualize your dream because what will happen is that you will start to be pulled into that lifestyle that you desire. And you can’t fight it.
Get up and start dreaming more. Dream before you go to bed. Day-dream all of the time. Get back to that child mentality where whatever you wanted to be was possible because even as an adult, it is possible.