Whats your vision?

There is so much power in being clear on your vision and then speaking it into reality. I have had the pleasure of writing my future vision out and speaking it into reality. Here is mine, what is yours?

I look back over the last two years in share amazement, wonder and overall a feeling of excitement and like a magic wand has danced along the scene of my life. What an amazing journey and who would have thought that in such a short period of time all the we have created for ourselves and the hundreds of others that we have assisted to re create their future would have been possible.

We have on an individual level assisted over 1000 people to increased incomes and on a corporate level made a huge impact to company and educational culture in over 50 huge organizations around the world. I look back and look around me in awe of what is truly possible.

It really did all start back with a small dream and taking one step in front of the other.

The exciting part is I am reflecting on this from our dream home, I am adsorbing the smell of the salt air as I can hear the waves lapping on the beach. As I look out our front window this morning I can see the sun glistening on the waves as the lap at the white sand on the shore, there is a dolphin out playing in the waves, which reminds me of how much play we have been able to do for ourselves and our family along this journey. We have travelled to over 10 different countries as a family spending great quality time in each absorbing each culture wide eyed with wonder.

Our house is also surrounded by wonderful bush land. We have two gorgeous guest houses on the property that are often frequented with family or friends. So many times we have had the most awesome dinners with laughter filling every corner of our house, sometimes we have so much fun that no one really wants to go to bed, way too many fun times to be had.

I look around this house and realize I am surrounded by love with my amazing husband Paul and our two children; they are growing up to be such amazing inspiring individuals. I am so proud of who they are becoming at such a young age.

It was so much fun to go for a family drive this morning in our Audi Q7 and zoom up the beach for a family picnic; we all looked up into the sky at the clouds and picked what animal we could see.

I look forward to looking up at the sky many more times and recreating our dream, building on what we have been creating with new aspirations. There is nothing quite like this. I am truly blessed.

We are just about to open a school in Brisbane, it will be known to be one of the best educational facilities for children in Australia, and you guessed it our personal development for kids is part of the curriculum.

I have the pleasure this year of handing a set of keys over to my mum for her house in Whangaparoa, she was speechless. I was a little worried when she could not speak for 10 minutes and asked for a chair to sit down on if we were going to have to call an ambulance, but as it turns out she was just in shock from our gift to her. It is sooooo nice to know that she is taken care of now and for the future, something that has always played a little on my mind.

Now I know she will always have a roof over her head in a sensational spot in the world filled with memories of our childhood and her life. I know my dad will be watching over her as well in her new home, thank you dad.

What is your commitment level?

I was speaking with Paul over the weekend about commitment to oneself and your word. We both journal each day as part of our own personal growth journey and success path we have chosen to follow.

When you start to journal each day there is a lot of benefit, you can learn about how you feel. You can reflect on what is and is not working for you and many other important realizations.

One of the things that we have learnt simply from journaling each day is our commitment level to ourselves. We made an agreement, that we would journal each day. This is a simple process of writing about your day and what occurred, it really is not rocket science. However what soon started to show up was that we missed days, here and there. The more we looked the more we started to see a pattern of our commitment to ourselves. This simple process of journaling to improve ourselves we were not 100% committed too.

What we found was that this happened for many reasons, for example life distractions, change in routine, excuses. And the list does go on and on. But really is there any good excuse not to commit to yourself and your results?

I honestly think there is not, as the more you help yourself the more you can help others.