“The secret to success?
It’s simple, consistent originality.”
Dream boards are useful visualization tools for manifesting your dreams into reality. A constant visual reminder of your goals and intentions helps spark a mental motivation. Ever since I could remember I have been an artist with clear vision. I know what I want and I go after it, by all means necessary. So as a visual learner, having that extra boost of motivation only helps propel me that much closer to attaining my goals and ambitions.
I took a more artistic and unique approach in creating my dream board. I looked through magazines for inspiration. Any words or images that jumped out to me, I ripped out. This was my way of using intuition as my means to reach the root of what truly resonates with me. My background in art and composition is apparent in my use of space, psychic lines, and color coordination. This subliminal collage resembles my tendency to speak in riddles, but art is suppose to be subjective anyways. To get a better idea of my rather ambiguous portrait I thought I would break it down for you.
My Main Goal (Cara at the Hearts Center):
Become a Face of Beauty in a iconic sense by staying true to who I am. Sharing Love & Originality. Staying driven and persist will cultivate a tunnel vision that can’t be disrupted. I can therefore break down any walls or barriers I may encounter in the pursuit of reaching my ultimate goal of gracing the cover of VOGUE.
The rest are daily reminders:
– (Smart is Beautiful): there is beauty in Intelligence, be more than a pretty face
– (Nostalgia): Embrace the vintage. It creates feelings/emotions for the viewer
-(Maverick Muse): break the rules
-Use my Passion & Love in everything
-(Flowers): follow your sweetness in life
-(The Magic Touch): psychic capabilities in setting trends vs. following them
-(Changing Your Mind): happiness is a choice, I was taught to always give 110%. The #59 represents my decision to be happy versus sad 59% of the time in the 50/50 option
– (Jesus is my Homeboy): keeping the faith. b.e.l.i.e.v.e.
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This past weekend I reunited with my creative counterpart, Evan Woods, who reminded me of my positivity and optimism. He said to me in his characteristic sincere & passionate tone, “Keep up the positivity boo boo. People feel that.” I hope he knows just how much of an impact he’s made on my life and continues to as we progress in this creative pursuit.
In the matter of my first week in LA I managed to allure influential people all around me. I met Britney Spears’ designer, Skrillex’s music manager, Kate Compton followed me on Instagram, met Aaron Ramey, the Co-founder and Creative Director of Babylon Cartel, and last but not least, bumped into Bryant Eslava, continuing the ongoing mystery between me and the photographer. The chances of our paths crossing again in LA hit me in a funny. Guess it just goes to show when you put out positive creative energy you attract it back to you. I think they call that the |law of attraction|.
I’m excited to see where this journey leads next. This is only the beginning.
(to be continued)