Ula Wyss is a passionate young woman following her dream of becoming a dancer and entrepreneur.
My passion: Helping people reach their full potential.
My goal: Create and build a platform for young people to grow and develop into the version of themselves that is most aligned with their passion, purpose and dream.
My journey: I started and finished in an international school in Asia, and moved out from home at the tender age of 19, all the way back to my roots in Europe. I didn't move out to attend university, no I moved out to follow my heart: to dance. I told myself that I would go full out to achieve what I have dreamed of for years and do whatever it takes. This included getting a high stress job at a Mexican restaurant while dancing 15 hours a week and becoming fully independent by learning how to cook, do the laundry and handle my own finances. Simple choices such as which groceries to buy and what I should do with my money (apart from pay the bills) were extremely difficult as I started.
My stand now: Along the way I started financial coaching, learning about amazing investment opportunities to start building my passive cashflow. I met my mentor who is helping me step by step to achieve my new goal of financial freedom, and I am starting my self-employed life. Seeing how much is possible to achieve within such a short period of time simply by following what feels right is simply fun.
My Positive-Thinking Path started when I was 13. My mum introduced me to Louise Hay's book "You Can Heal Your Life". She taught me that thoughts become things meaning that if I think positively I will attract positive things into my life. At first I didn't believe her, but I had a big realisation some time after that proved otherwise. I realised that when I am happy, I attract happy people and happiness into my life and everything seemed to go just the way I liked. And whenever I was sad, my days got worse and worse until I reached a really low point. That was the proof I needed that thinking happy will make me happy.
Once comfortable with having a positive attitude, effects started showing in school. I was more concentrated, and made valuable friends both helping me cope with stress. My friends were the firsts to hear (and see) about my change in attitude, which they at first called 'crazy talk', but after some time they adopted a similar thinking pattern and saw the truth behind it. Then, more and more people started coming to me for advice, which is when I realised that my true calling is to be there for others. And then my blog was born.
I am grateful that you stopped by and wish you a wonderful day
~ Yours, Ula