I dream a lot, but not for the reasons most people dream.
As a teenager, I spent every waking moment chasing the next big thing, often doing research and planning ahead, just to see what would happen next.
I never imagined that my dreams would become reality, but the reality is they do.
I started to think about it.
In a bid to improve my life, I decided to make a change.
I realised that the reason I didn’t get ahead was because I was a young, inexperienced businesswoman with a lot of free time on my hands.
So, I created a dream market.
As the market grew, I realised I was the one responsible for creating the market, and not myself.
I was never an investor, nor did I want to be, so I had to make it happen.
I decided I would help others by writing a book about my experience.
The dream market took off from there.
I had an online presence, a blog and started to share it with others, but it wasn’t long before I realised how much of a success it had become.
Within two years, I had created a successful dream market and was able to earn a living selling it online, through events like Dream Festivals and a local market in Melbourne.
The market has grown, and is still thriving.
For the past two years it has hosted Dream Market Events across Australia, and I have continued to expand the market with new events and content to keep the dream market going.
I am proud to be able to say I was part of one of the biggest success stories in the industry.
I would never have dreamed that dream market could have grown so fast, but I am proud that my dream market has given me so much to learn about business and life.
For me, the dream of creating a dream business and living a dream life is a lot more than I thought it would be.
I think the biggest benefit of the dream business is the freedom to explore new opportunities.
It gives me an opportunity to develop a life beyond what I had imagined and a lot to learn from.
Dream Market events have brought me the chance to meet new people, meet some new people and meet the dream world.
I have been lucky to be surrounded by a great community of dreamers, and to have met some amazing entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs.
I have even met some dreamers that are now working in my field, and it has been very rewarding to see them succeed.
The most rewarding thing about being a dreamer is that you have a life outside of your dreams.
I am still lucky enough to have the opportunity to work in a career that I love, and my dreams will always be in the future.