You Can Do This!

Following on from the previous post… So there it is, a nine-year quest condensed into a few 300-word posts.  The chase was over. The fox had caught the rabbit. It took patience, self-confidence, persistence, perseverance, determination, drive, stubbornness, hope, faith, imagination, creativity, self-belief, passion, joy, trust – all of that stuff, and more. With allContinue reading “You Can Do This!”

When the Dream Becomes a Reality

I have mentioned before, in a previous post, how, when I signed along the dotted line of a recording contract, the dotted line I had envisioned for nine years, I was overcome by an unexpected numbness. I had caught up with my dream; it had caught up with me. We were intertwined, dancing together, andContinue reading “When the Dream Becomes a Reality”

Don’t Overprotect Your Dreams

When we find the courage, the motivation and the inspiration to go for something, we need to protect these attributes from outer and inner influences. It’s so easy to let them slip through our fingers, and when that happens there’s a danger of us turning our backs on our dreams and aspirations for good.  WhenContinue reading “Don’t Overprotect Your Dreams”

The Way of Visualisation – Part 4

Continuing on from the previous three posts… Throughout the period of wanting to be a recording artist, I was given clear signs that my visualization practice was working. After finishing high school I went off to college for two years, where I did courses I didn’t enjoy, and can’t remember anything at all about them,Continue reading “The Way of Visualisation – Part 4”

The Way of Visualisation – Part 3

In the previous post, I went through some of the things I did to make my dream of becoming a recording artist a reality. How I used to sit up in bed, every night, hands together as if I was praying, and picture in my mind what I wanted my future to look like, as ifContinue reading “The Way of Visualisation – Part 3”

The Way of Visualisation – Part 2

Continuing on with how I turned my teenage dream of becoming a recording artist into a reality… Every night, from the age of fourteen, I would sit up in bed, hands clasped, eyes closed, and envision the following, in as much detail as possible: > Performing my music on stage (hundreds, if not thousands ofContinue reading “The Way of Visualisation – Part 2”