On being a dropout |

On being a dropout

On being a dropout

I love being a drop-out.

I’m so grateful I get to live this life of FREEDOM.

I’m so grateful I made the decision to drop-out of being a wage slave.

I’m so grateful that I dropped-out of having ANYONE call the shots in my life.

I’m so grateful I get to wake up every day and march to the beat of my own drum.

I’m so grateful for the life of total independence I have.

I’m so grateful no part of my life means I have to try and ‘get along’ with the wrong people in order to prevent my work life from being a misery.

I’m so grateful that I answer to no-one about anything.

I’m so grateful that I don’t have to clock-in and clock out.

I’m so grateful that no-one is telling be where to be, what work to do, how to act, what to say or what to wear.

I’m so grateful I get to wake-up every day without the sound of an alarm clock if I choose.

I’m so grateful I don’t have to work with anyone I don’t like.

I’m so grateful that I get to decide my earning power.

I’m so grateful that 10 years ago I made a choice to follow my passions and make a living from them.

I’m so grateful I told my boss to ‘Go to hell!’.

I’m so grateful that I get to live by MY rules.

I’m so grateful that I can spend my days how I please.

I’m so grateful that work doesn’t feel like work.

I’m so grateful that I am not afraid to walk away from anyone.

I’m so grateful I only have to live up to my own expectations.

I’m so grateful that I design my own path in life.

I’m so grateful for the hard times.

I’m so grateful I’ve design a life that fully supports my personal growth (mind, body, money, business, relationships).

I’m so grateful that I have the time to study and learn.

I’m so grateful for my like-minded friends, and my mum, who support and believe in me.

I’m so grateful for my experiences.

I’m so grateful that those experiences are part of my story and I get paid to talk about them.

I’m so grateful I learned about non-conformists when I was 14 and realised that I was one.

I’m so grateful for the risks I’ve taken and the risks I continue to take.

I’m so grateful that I am a square peg and that I was never meant to fit in.

I love being a drop-out. Only other drop-outs will understand this and get what it’s like.

Even though it’s been 10 years since I dropped-out, this is only the beginning. There is so much more to come; even more expansion into the life I am here to live in full expression, and I can’t wait!

There is no greater way to live than with the FREEDOM to live as your heart desires.

What are you grateful for?

karen sig

 

 

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