My Self-Made Entrepreneur Vision Board

November 6, 2014

self-made entrepreneur vision board

 Visit and work from Perth, Australia as often as possible | Beautiful blue velvet couch | Audi A1 | Tattoos (this one is by Danielle Rose) | 7-figure income | iMac | First class flights | Stacks of cash and pimped out nails! | Beautiful detached house close to the countryside

I’m on a mission to become a self-made entrepreneur.

I want my own rags to riches story so that I can be living proof that it can be done and that you can design a life you love.

I don’t know about other countries but damn England is on a “Debbie downer”. Everywhere I go people are miserable, unemployed, underpaid, complaining and have this stuck mentality that you just have to make do with what you get and that only a lucky few are born into the upper class.

I call bullshit. I follow too many self-made women on the internet (I love reading Denise’s Money Bootcamp student’s best month ever reports) to know that aint the truth and I want to be living proof of this so I can inspire other women to choose themselves and break out of this mindset that life is what you get handed and that’s it.

I’ve even started taking screen shots of my bank account as it is now so that when I do my products and seminars and so on in the future, I can show proof that I built myself from the ground up and figured out how to overcome the poverty mindset.

I’m currently working with an EFT (emotional freedom technique / tapping) coach on releasing my money blocks. We’ve had some great break throughs that I will be talking about here next week.

Did you know that we can have a subconscious set point that we can’t go over? So, if your money set point is pretty low, you’ll always be broke/poor no matter how much you earn? Yeah, I’ll tell you all about it next week!

For now, I keep this vision board as my laptop’s wallpaper and look at it every day. When I get tired from working, it reminds me what I’m working for. Breaking the poverty mindset, or, lack mentality, isn’t easy and building a business from nothing, with only what you know and can learn for free, takes a lot of energy.

The thing is, I know I’m on the right path because no matter how hard or tiring it gets, I’m happy to be here. I’m happy to be building something that means something, that will change lives and that will afford me a beautiful home and my bills paid with ease. Imagine that!

Imagining is exactly where it begins too. I’ll tell you all about one way I make my dreams a reality, it’s called “Make Believe” and it’s done literally. More on that next week too!

It’s been a long, hard struggle to get to a place in my life where I can stop saying I wish and start saying I will. I have to choose myself every single day, it’s how I overcame the depression triggering thoughts that used to plague me, it’s how I will build a business I love and that other’s love too.

Now I want to know, what’s on your vision board? What do you want to accomplish in the next year to five years? Let us know in the comments!

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  • Kelsie Reynolds November 7, 2014 at 2:38 am

    good luck!! and I mean that sincerely, its an awsome goal to work towards. best of luck to you