July 1, 2016 at 5:01 am #26813
Sharing my story of what I´m choosing to do to live my dreams when launched my eCourse and have more time and financial freedom. What can I do to live the dream NOW ?
1) Exercise and meditate each morning preparing for the day and future days.
2) Prepare traveling by: save money, visualize and find information about places I want to travel
AdalgeirJuly 1, 2016 at 7:23 am #26820
I like #2 Adalgeir. I never really though about it but it seems like if I am researching travel plans and visualizing myself going on the ultimate vacation, it might materialize faster. Another great thing to do depending on where you want to travel and what is available locally is to find classes you can take. For instance, if you wanted to visit France you could take some French language lessons or cooking classes that focus on French food.
My dream is to visit Italy (among other places) and think I could find some Italian lessons locally or even online to prepare myself. Now, I’m excited! It’s really got me thinking of how I can incorporate my dreams into my daily life!July 1, 2016 at 2:49 pm #26844
Good idea Deanna, to visit a country and learn the language. I´m interested in learning Spanish and just few days ago I had connection to Mexico (interesting story I will tell soon how that happened) so maybe I will travel over there.
I once lived for 8 month in Italy, in a small town Vinci, in Toscana, where Leonardo da Vinci is from. Amazing countryside, olives trees, vine acres and wonderful food.
Yes, isn´t some truth in that everything is created twice, first in the mind and then in reality.July 2, 2016 at 3:34 pm #26861
How great to find this thread! @adalgeir_sigurdsson I am thrilled that we are on this eCourse adventure as well as the 10 Steps to drawing journey! And how wonderful that you are interested in the country I live in, Mexico 🙂 I will definitely be sharing a ton of visuals and info that you can use to envision your dreams.
I have been going through all of my Italy and Mexico footage for our class together and hearing your interests helps me know more of what to share.
For example, my roommate and I go grocery shopping once a week in the local Tuesday market, and I was debating whether or not to add it to the eCourse. It seems a bit off topic for a drawing class at first, except it’s SUCH a great adventure.
We strap on our helmets and climb on her ATV–4 wheelers are really common in this mountain town with cobblestone streets. We take wild back country path and finally open up into the Tuesday Market, a visual FEAST with at least 2 or 3 football fields of stalls and booths selling everything from iPhones to undies to quesadillas and pig’s feet.
It is SO much better than driving in a car to the grocery store.
So I was thinking I would share that experience with you guys in the class and then we can do some drawings and discussions from photos, and talk about color. Also how to take experiences from life and turn them into sketchbook stories… If I can make that all fit into a bonus lesson 🙂 But I’m excited to try it out and I hope you guys get a lot from it!
Back to working on the launch, and cheers to doing what you can to live the dream now!July 2, 2016 at 10:39 pm #26873
Bradley MorrisMountain Guide@bradleytmorris
adalgeir_sigurdsson, great to see you on the mountain and sharing yourself with everyone around the campfire. I am with you on #1. I find days I wake up earlier and get my body moving right away, I feel way better than days I sleep in.
Also, the traveling piece is great. Plan it, visualize it and prepare as though you’re going to the place you want. That way when you do actually go, you’re ready!July 3, 2016 at 5:11 pm #26891
Hello @jescantonelli, so amazing that we meet hear because it´s not just about eCourse adventure. The story I mentioned with Deanna is not only about how I got interested in Mexico but why I signed up for your 10 Steps to drawing journey!
I did it because of the Website Creation Workshop with Christina Hill. I´m taking that eCourse too and few days ago she was using your website as an example for us, how it was build up and how using pictures. I got interested and signed up for a newsletter, and suddenly you introduced the Lunch of you eCourse. But then I didn´t know, or hadn´t realized that you was one of the top mountain climber in the eCourse adventure. You are doing amazing job.
Funny how things turn out sometimes 🙂
Looking forward to work on your eCourse Jessica and I´m sure I will learn a lot both about drawing and also about making a great eCourse.July 3, 2016 at 5:43 pm #26893
Thank you Bradley and congratulation on your newborn baby 🙂July 3, 2016 at 9:31 pm #26908
Bradley MorrisMountain Guide@bradleytmorris
Wow, @adalgeir_sigurdsson. I love the way the synchronicity is weaving with you, @jescantonelli and the mountain. Congratulation Jes on creating a sales page that’s getting shared in webinars. That is so awesome!!!
Funny enough, I’ve been finding myself drawing cartoon faces more since you’ve been in this community Jes.
Adalgeir, thanks for the congrats. It’s been beautiful. He’s a great young lad.
Since he arrived on the full moon summer solstice, we made his middle name “Majik.” 🙂
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