Imagine Your Dream Life

Imagine Your Dream Life

By John-Leslie Brown, LHLSC Expert Contributor

Living. It is the one thing that we all have in common. Every person may not get the chance to do many things. Some people live without joy. Some people live without financial freedom.

Some people even live their whole lives and they never quite discover their purpose. However, the great equalizer, is the fact that while our experiences on this earth may differ from person to person… we all get a chance to make a living.


Imagine, waking up in the morning and the first thing you do, is smile. Picture yourself giving thanks for the ideal culture that you have created for your personality. You pick up your smart phone and chuckle when you log into your banking app, just to make sure that all of your wealth is still where you left it.

Yup, it is. How many commas do you see? Your significant other is laying asleep beside you undisturbed, resting only to arise and prepare a meal for you that demonstrates love on a plate. How gorgeous is this morning? What city are you in? What type of view do you picture?

Our imaginations are limitless vehicles that can take us where we were born to be. I am typing out these words, because I imagine that some people have crashed their vehicles. They let their imagination race wild with passion and unfulfilled expectations that make it hard to buckle up and get back behind the wheel of life in order to steer towards your destiny. I guess I’m writing this from my heart to pose one simple question.

Do you love the way you live? Check out this short video where I expand on this topic…

John-Leslie Brown is a dynamic and sought after motivational speaker. For the past two decades, he has followed in the footsteps of his father, Les Brown, to build on the family business of motivating and training leaders in various sectors of private industry and public service. He is a small business owner, a positive Hip Hop artist, and most recently a new father. John-Leslie has devoted his life and career to the great work of inspiring all citizens, especially those less fortunate, to serve the public interest by becoming better people.

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