This is why your dreams don’t come true

Attorney Paul Denni

Attorney Paul Denni

I assume you have a dream, a vision.

If you don’t have a dream or a vision for your future, that’s another issue for another day.

But even the man who has carefully crafted a dream, a vision, a picture of his ideal life, set firmly in his mind, there’s a chance he’s still struggling and wondering why his dreams don’t come true.

Why does the dream seem ever-elusive?

Even though it seems other people have been able to achieve it for themselves?

Does your dream need a reality check?

Maybe – depending on your dream, and your current situation, the laws of physics and economics may not allow you to manifest your ideal life overnight.

Some things take time.

Like becoming debt free.

Or like creating a work schedule that allows you to take Fridays off so you can spend three day weekends with your kids during summer break.

But even when your dream is realistic, why have you still been unable to manifest it in your life, within a reasonable timeframe?

It may be because it’s missing an important ingredient.

And that is: the way you are behaving in your dream.

When you envision the money you want to make, the free time you want to have to spend with your wife and kids, or becoming a master of your craft – you have to include in your dream the vision of yourself as the type of person who does/ has/ is all of those things.

You don’t even have to be that person yet.

You just have to see it.

Because once you see it, and once you feel it, you will begin to act like it.

And before you know it, you will become it.

This isn’t a bunch of B.S.!

It is backed by science and research – your mindset, your vision of yourself, can make or break your success.

And it is one of the most overlooked powerful secret tools you can wield to reach your dreams and crush your enemies.

And it’s probably the one thing I’ve used in my own life and business to make shit happen much more quickly than by any other means.

And I’m confident it’ll work for you as well, if you begin to add this very important ingredient into your life.

Your dreams must include modifying your self-image – away from slacker, striver, poor, broke, sad, grumpy, lonely – and toward an image of yourself doing, being, and behaving the way the man of your dreams behaves.

And I’m confident that once you consistently and obsessively employ this habit, you’re going to start seeing some real changes in your life.

And don’t underestimate the power of a savvy accountability partner to support you on your path to success.

You don’t have to walk the path to your dreams alone.

I can help get the monthly support you need to march steadily toward your dream, in my Wealthy Man membership.

But to get access, you’ll have to first subscribe to get my daily emails, which you can do right here:

Paul Denni

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