Engaging Brilliance of a Big Dream: 6 Powerful Tips to Create Abundance and Prosperity

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“Unique personal style, dear friend, depends on what lies between the core of your heart and the inner essence of your soul,” said G. gleefully.

When it costs a heart and a dime…

G. at her 47 seemed to have something of a girl whose life was a sponge that was thirstily absorbing every drop of friendly sentiment. She gazed about herself with a saddened eye but swelled with smiles at the first bead of love.

Her face had that unmoved serenity of Nefertiti by Thutmose when in reverie, and that was the state I most often found her in. Regular comely features, glistening chestnut eyes, strict rather big mouth, and graceful cheekbones – her face whispered about flexible elegance and luxuriant beauty. Tall, robust, well-built but rather disproportionally big in comparison to the head G’s body would have been regarded as fine-looking by one and quite overweight by the other.

She was one of the most conspicuous women in Paris or even in France itself, and that country supplied so many excellent ladies. One would feel almost giddy with cheerful sensations seeing the splendor of color and exquisiteness of accessories. G. was a merry person and her joy would overflow, not in facial expressions, but in fashionable ejaculations.

Her handmade garments were supplied with an invoice for a bond of friendship to the ones she loved. I was flattered to be given the most beautiful garbs by her hand. Wearing those I strolled around with a bit exaggerated swagger because I knew that I was irresistible.


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1) The Timing Scent in the Air

G. always rushed to the attack of a difficulty and when the top 7 fashionable schools said ‘No’ to her inquiry to be the chosen one to master the craft of couture dress she didn’t repent. After studying the Design Route very closely, she saw that there was but one alternative for her – to start her own business at new luxury couture in knitted women’s wear.

She was deeply versed in learning the fashion world since she remembered herself. Her dream was fearfully big – to become a world known fashion designer, the one that might proudly take place beside Coco Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, and Jean-Paul Gaultier. That passion of hers condemned her to be the butt of all boorish jokes of her classmates, but she didn’t repent, growing astir, more from the opposition than from good encouragements.

G. hunted for related material in every French magazine, she went through all available case studies from leading fashion companies with the top-notch education. G.’s goal was to sharpen her senses, to overcharge them with delicious fashion flavor, and develop a plan of a step by step image building technique.

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To thrive and prosper under this sun one needs a united care of a great idea and a suitable time for its realization. The balmy days for a particular dream make the fulfillment of it speedier. All things and people should be glad to meet this newness that one has to offer and flourish with its gradual achievement.

2) Industry Intelligence

G. had greedy teeth behind her fashion obsession. She saw her success in every direction, her imagination had a free play and she started her research full of delightful excitement. She was a whippersnapper in terms of color, having no idea about the existence of four color seasons that coincide individually with a particular facial hue, and each subdivided into four subtypes. G. found the colors that did justice to her cool complexion, emphasizing her beauty rather than concealing it by pupping up instead.

G. strived to change simple color presumptions that she had into certainties, so she could call up before her mind’s eye the right combination for any person. In a perfect frenzy of passionate interest, she tended every piece of relevant information, filling in her notebook and her memory.


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When the predictions about some problem that majority of people is facing and looking for the solution is but too well verified and you have the answer, make sure that nothing is omitted, and little is undone in terms of research in the very industry you want to step into. You should not feel the task too difficult of performance, devote enough time to it so that nothing is forgotten, and not a thing is regretted.

3) Great Listening Impulses

G. got into every conversation that could take a convivial and improving turn. This way she learned about the magic of proportionately enhancing looks by knowing body expression. To craft a better-looking silhouette, she went into every free seminar that ready-to-wear groups generously provided. One of the students of Louis Vuitton luxury fashion house agreed to share her class notes for the benefit of ordering some accentual work for her collection, G. gladly exchanged her time and made a beautiful handmade lace for her friend’s dresses and got treasured information in return.

She didn’t think long and hard to determine her body outline. Five types left not much to be confused about and pretty clearly told their story. She was a piquant apple and was in love with that shape. After all, that was the easiest topic to master in fashion design. Now she had the tools to tweak an outfit to emphasize her personal style and to help others to get the understanding of their body structure.

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Great encounters with industry experts diminish many struggles on the way to success. One should not be ignorant of his own mistakes and impulses. Those when accepted, become easier to repair especially with a valuable advice and help from well-informed people in your niche. You will flourish in the very zenith of your dream if you learn to humbly listen and let the virtue of another being watch as you go ahead in life.

4) Unique and Expected Over Head and Toes

Since five years old G. found herself over head and ears in a pack of yarn whenever her mom’s watchful eye was distracted. She loved that sensation of different textures on her tiny hands. The heart of a girl, whose life was circling around the lovely scenes of her mother always at work knitting all kinds of garments for local people of her little town, was forever given to this crafty art.

G. could live frugally but happy on the proceeds of her skillful hands. Her dream, though, was big and she sometimes feared the heights she wanted to reach. But her belief was strong and sturdy, and the energy with which it was expressed was impatient of delay and suspense.

Competition is healthy only to a particular extent. If the problem that people are facing is solved in too many similar ways, the chance of success is proportionally diminished. Your solution should to all appearances stand out and be unique, better in many ways than whatever others have to offer. Ease the people’s minds by your discovery, give them the most poignant bliss with the answer you provide.

5) Hunting for Branding and Presentation

The horizon was beginning to crimson when French magazine L’Etudiant featured G.’s first collection. She worked hard to turn her passion into profitable business. It was not easy to find her niche but she managed to make a successful living by doing what she loved. She found her own signature style and the patterns she designed were original and caught attention. G. was able to access key forces to assist her in achieving her dream and every succeeding collection she presented was better than the previous one.

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Strip it of all the circumlocutions and tell your story so it not only gives the heart to people but teaches it to beat in the rhythm of your choice. Build your brand, make the name stand out and recognizable. Get a fresh and bright vision of your idea, talk to people, brainstorm the advertising campaign. Think about it as if it is a bird of some rare plumage, show all her thousand playing colors and remarkable qualities – make it known to every stranger so that people eat and drink and talk about it.

6) Fruitful Partnership

G. collaborated with many talented fashion designers and learned a lot during their mutual eclectic teamwork. She tenderly cherished each encounter and became close friends with many interesting people in the beauty industry: photographers, makeup artists, models, and of course brilliant designers from outstanding schools.

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One will well advance in life if cooperates with the right people on his way. The very intelligence that a few brains united together under one mutual concept can deliver will for sure shine bright enough to light up the sky. In faith, I believe one great person can substitute an excessive monetary capital. So engaging yourself busily in finding worthy business partners is a path for exultation.

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Conclusion

G.’s work considered by many as the great art in haute couture designs. And being on the top of her career she continued to revert her thoughts to her old friends. I’m a proud possessor of a few signature garments that G. gifted me with. And ‘haute couture’ or not… I feel the love of her generous soul and that is the most precious and priceless.

Let your dream grasp you with an iron hand. The path to it should be remembered even in old age. A life of persistent and not fleeting pleasure is dearly paid for by tenacious movement to the desired. And fear often is a companion to the assurance on this way – fear that the dream is too big and assurance that it is for sure reachable. Your cleverness and your soul capital are on the service of it. Make it sensational so people will have a daily renewed appetite for what you have to offer.

Stay tuned…

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30 comments

  1. Thank you for sharing these great tips! I am always looking to learn more to help achieve abundance and prosperity so thank you!

    1. The truth is most of us that don’t get anything done because of fear of appraisal.
      it’s not easy to get over it but if one can get over it, you can get everything going slowly.

  2. Sometimes you have to trust your gut, put your nose to the grindstone, work hard, and persevere. No matter what the obstacles you face. I always tell my girls that after a certain point, being “smart” or talented at something only gets you so far – after that, it’s all hard work and grit.

  3. Fear can get out of hand and paralyze even the best of us. It’s a chronic liar though…and somewhat of a bully too. The other day, I read that fear is nothing but a mall cop who parades around like it’s a Navy Seal. LOL!

  4. Fruitful partnership can’t be done without enough experience but once mastered, it can go you places. So many helpful tips in here really that can be applied in many ways! Nice post.

  5. Very good and helpful tips to succeed in life through hard work and constant perseverance. In life I feel we need to have a dedicated passion and willingness which will in turn provide you the strength and energy to go ahead.

  6. These are some awesome tips for working toward success! I like your use of story to drive your points home.

  7. You are so right. Timing is so very important with almost anything in life. So if you have a great idea, you do have to time it right if it’s going to be a success.

  8. I love reading this. It’s very important that we have goals and dreams. It gives our life a meaning and purpose

  9. Being a mother of three millennials, I keep reminding them that success will come when the time is right. as long as they continue to persevere and work towards their goals, their dreams are achievable. It just confuses me why the younger generation thinks that there is always a get rich quick system or a short cut to the road to success.

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