The most fun aspect of our company is the emphasis on dreams. Where does excitement, hope and drive feature in life without goals and dreams? Yes, we all have a unique, God-given purpose, but our dreams and aspirations can certainly aid our purpose. My writing is one such activity (which also happens to encompass part of my purpose)–but I’m not talking about that today.
Today, I’m going balls-to-the-wall materialistic. It’s my Se guys, come on. Let me exercise my inferior function once in a while! It’s so dang fun!
I’m really not ashamed to admit enjoyment of the finer things in life. My husband is learning to dream, thanks to our leaders and the astounding array of resources we are privy to in this environment. Aaron, like so many others in this age of government control, inflation, and a dismal economy, believed he just wasn’t meant to enjoy luxury and a carefree lifestyle. But, praise God, no more!
We have taken the glorious initiative to begin the joyful, exciting process of dream building. This endeavor can manifest itself differently depending on what your unique dreams are. Do you want a huge dream home on ten acres? How about a top-of-the-line automobile? Do you aspire to travel to exotic destinations? Browse the internet and check out luxury accommodations at all your favorite locales–look up activities and restaurants there! Go test drive that Range Rover, Corvette, or, in Aaron’s case, that Dodge Charger. Live your dreams, even if it feels silly or intimidating at first. With the correct mindset and the hard work necessary to achieve anything worthwhile, you will attain it! You can literally make your dreams come true! The only thing standing in your way–get ready for it–is you. YOU! Now go and settle into that hopeful, can-do attitude.
Your mindset is truly half the battle to success.
Aaron I have been dream building by touring gorgeous homes during open houses. They are all at least a million. Only one was $750-60,000. (That one had an indoor pool and hot tub, though! Yeah, baby!!) Of course, being a melancholic personality first and foremost, I’ve compiled a detailed list of must-haves in my dream home.
- Stone facade
- Sun room
- Hot tub (preferably indoor)
- Decent acreage (1-3 minimum)
- Master suite balcony
- Wrap around porch
- Luxury tub
- Two fireplace minimum
- Adequate space for books (a full on library isn’t necessary, but would be nice)
- Walk-in closets in the master
- Deck or patio
- Many trees
- Full bar
I’m sure there are more items, but this is a pretty concise list. I’ve always had a proclivity for beauty and luxury, and dreamed I’d have it–I just never knew exactly how to obtain it. I am thrilled that I’m finally learning the know-how through LIFE’s fabulous resources!
I’m starting a book tomorrow entitled Swing , authored by a one Dan Hawkins. A huge melancholy- phlegmatic personality, he is now one of the top businessmen in the country. If he can succeed in this sales business, I surely can. I’m terribly excited to read his story! If a shy introvert can get over himself and “change his stars”, anyone can! Be blessed as you revitalize your life today!