How Do You See Yourself?

Cory Gregory

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It’s funny to say this, but I’ve always been able to picture myself at a later time in life.  How I operate, how I look (not physically), and how my day would potentially look.  I can’t pinpoint what I was doing, but I could visualize how I would operate.

It’s one of those things where I always knew how I wanted my life to flow.  I wanted to have my own business, create freedom, not miss my kid’s sporting events and a chance to sink or sail my own ship in business. 

I want to be able to create experiences in life for my family such as traveling or material items that they may have not experienced otherwise.  Through my studies of Andrew Carnegie, Robert Kiyosaki and others, I want to be able to pass on the valuable knowledge that they bestowed on me to my children.

Look at the way you do things for yourself.  Have you seen this before?  Do you know what it looks like?  It may even be drastically far from where you are or what you do currently.  That’s fine.  What does it look like in the future for you?  What are you interested in and how do you want to operate?  When you evaluate and answer these difficult questions, you will begin to see that things start to become eerily true.

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