Visualization is such an important aspect of building a successful life. If you can visualize yourself living a particular type of life then there is no reason as to why that vision can't be your reality.
I firmly believe that because the vision I have for my ideal life has been slowly falling into place for the past 10 years. There will be people who tell you your dreams are unrealistic or that you're delusional. They'll tell you to come back to reality and stop wasting your time. Fuck those people. Remove them from your life.
Negative energy will do whatever it takes to try and steal your light. Start with writing down your vision. Be extremely detailed when doing this. Don't just write "A nice house and a fancy car. Living somewhere warm doing what I love to do.".
Be specific. What does your house look like? What city are you living in? What year and model car do you have in mind? What does your dream partner or family look like to you? Write this all down.
Once you have your vision written down seek out images of these things and clip them from magazines, print from online, draw them, etc.
Make a vision board with images, words, and phrases that represent the things you see in your head. Once you do that place this board in a place where you will see it every single day and make it a routine to stand in front of it for at least 2 minutes a day. Now it's time to reverse engineer your vision.
What will it take to make that vision a reality? Hard work? Of course. Patience? Absolutely. Write down a list of long term and short term goals that you'll have to accomplish in order for your vision to become a reality. Take those goals and break them down into the actions you'll take to accomplish each and every one of those goals. Then get to work!
Use the blueprint you've created to navigate you to the life you've always wanted. Does this seem like a lot of work? Maybe, but that's the difference between where you are and where you want to be. Photo by @keemibarra