How to Turn your Dream Home into a Reality

How to Turn your Dream Home into a Reality

Do you see other people with these amazing houses ....with wonderful views and big master bedrooms and think that its out of reach? Well, it's really not. You're simply experiencing an upper limit problem....If you've never read Gay Hendrick's The Big Leap then you know exactly what I'm talking about....getting what we want is really just about squashing our limiting beliefs and replacing them with a clear positive vision....

So when people kept asking me how do I get out of my own way so that I can turn my dream home into a reality I cam up with three simple steps that will help you to change your thinking patterns and see a clear path to an amazing home filled with everything that you want!


#1 Get Clear on What you Want

We can only get what we really want if we know exactly what we need to ask in order to do this we must get really clear on what we want. 

So when you think of your dream home, what do you think of?

Is it a home by the beach? Is it a home with a view of mountains? Is it something that you saw in a magazine? Is it a friend's house?

Now, think about where you live now...and don't get depressed about the gap. Instead think of the gap as a pathway. You need to get from where you are now to where you want to be. 

Instead of thinking about what you don't have. Think about what you have. And what you have is a house or apartment that you can decorate any way you want. You can decorate it to match the life and home of your dreams. 

And by decorating it in this fashion you'll be that much closer and you'll be able to much more easily visualize yourself in your dream home and as a result take the steps to buy your dream home.

And then when you do buy your dream house in 2, 5, 10 years you'll be able to move right in and your furniture, artwork and accessories will fit right in! 

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