Having a Vision for Your Life
Every day there are reminders that life is short and to make the most of all of the moments we have here on Earth. Having a vision for your life is essential to making the most of our relatively short lives.
Gratitude Tip: Start with gratitude for where you are right now and all of the choices you’ve made to get here. Then focus on your vision on the next 2, 3 or even 5 years. And take action to make your vision a reality.
Taking action is the most important part of making any vision a reality. And there is also an element of faith involved. Allowing God to figure out the how can be difficult, especially when we cannot see how we’re going to get from now to the vision. It may even seem completely illogical and impossible! Here’s what I know for sure, a vision that is strong enough and built from a place of gratitude, love and kindness will come to be. I’ve spent much of my life manifesting my visions, some turn out exactly as I had planned, and some don’t. I have learned that it’s best to have faith that things always work out for the best.
I’ve shared my vision with a few of you offline but this is the first time I’m making it public online. My family and I have a vision of moving to France for a year, to live in Annecy. And we have been working on making this vision a reality for over a year already. My daughter and I have our French citizenship cards now and we’re working on my husband’s. Our plan is to move at the end of next August (after USANA’s International Convention). Why Annecy? We had thought about living in Switzerland (where I spent 2 1/2 years) but realized that for many reasons, France would be much easier (citizenship and I can continue to do my USANA business). My friend Jill told me her sister Leanne was living in Annecy with her family. As soon as I saw the photos, I was sold. Ironically, her sister is moving back to Canada and moving to North Vancouver – where my sister is!
What is your vision? What’s your burning desire? What do you want to do more than anything in this world? Whatever is it – DO IT!!! And if you need some help defining your vision, let me know, I’d love to help.
p.s. know anyone in Annecy who might be looking to come to Canada? We’re considering home exchange.