Growing up as a young girl in Paris, I would eat at these cafes with my parents and wish for nothing more than to own one for myself when I grew up. But as life has a funny way of doing things, my plans changed, and I found myself in what felt like a dead-end 9 to 5 job that wasn’t going anywhere. But I was so dependent on the steady income that the thought of actually pursuing my dreams absolutely terrified me. The dream never left me though, every day when work would end up boring me to tears, I’d drift away imagining myself in the kitchen of my own restaurant cooking. Living paycheck to paycheck was taking its toll, even on the meals I would take time to prepare at home for friends. My creativity felt like it was slipping away.
Then a friend shared an ad for this new goal-setting Method that changed everything for her. So, I decided to give it a try even though I had my trepidations about writing that could actually be an invaluable tool to guide you toward the life you’ve always wanted and living your dreams. When the book came in the mail, I opened it and started spending time mapping out my life. The prompts it has within the pages allowed me to open up my creativity around manifesting the life that I actually wanted.
As well as helping me create a map out of my 9 to 5-day job and into pursuing my life-long dream full-time. Reading the practical tips on goal setting within the pages of the book, things started to become quite clear on how to start my own restaurant. They even asked me to write a letter for my future self, so I chose to write a letter to me on the opening night of my own café in Paris. The week after diving into my Mindway Journal, I decided to work parttime to start working on opening a restaurant. Following the daily pathway toward getting my restaurant, I was able to find the perfect spot just outside my hometown, create one of the most creative menus I never thought possible, and get to my opening night within 6 months.