It is time to follow your dreams!



What would happen if you started you follow your dreams?


What changes would it make in your life?


Wouldn't it be cool if all those "what ifs" suddenly became something else, something cool?


What is the worst that could happen?



Following your dreams is more a mindset, then anything else. It is all about the small things. It is about prioritising yourself before others. Its about doing your own work first, and then others work later.


It is about taking those ten minutes for yourself in the morning, before going to work, to do something for YOU.


All big dreams are achieved from small actions. Every small action takes you closer to your big dream.


What is it that you can do today, that will take you one step closer to your dream?


You see, it all adds up.


This is why I always say to my beginner students: "start with practising ten minutes a day!" They usually look at me like I am stupid, because that is not enough is it?? The thing is, it all adds up. If you get into the habit of doing ten minutes every day, suddenly you can find yourself doing a lot more than that.


What would you do, if you knew you could not fail?


For me, my dream has always been to play the cello, and it feels great to be living it every day. Now it is time for me to share my dream with you! If you have ever dreamt of playing the cello, now is the time to start!


My very first Online Cello Academy will be released tomorrow on the 15th of february! This is a course for both those who are just starting out, and those who are ready to seriously uplevel their playing. It is a premium subscription course, where I will add new content every month, and you get to decide with me what topics I will cover.


All to make YOU become the cellist you were meant to be.


If you think this sounds cool, go click the link below to get the preview!

https://ragnhildsannes.teachable.com/courses/online-cello-academy


Thank you so much for being a part of my journey!


I wish you all the best, and happy practising! x Ragnhild




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