Let’s face it, everyone has a dream. As a very young boy I really want to be superman or maybe Spiderman. There was a time I wanted to be able to sing and dance like Michael Jackson. There was a stage in my life that my greatest dream was to be a cowboy and own many horses (I still like horses).
All men dream but not equally. Those who dream by night, cuddled in a warm blanket wake in the day to find that it was vanity; but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dream with open eyes to make it possible. The fact is that everybody has a dream, and to truly live is to follow your heart, to realize that you can achieve your dream and be who you were meant to be. Whether you are just starting this journey of life, or a middle age person, you must decide that it is time to live your life.
There is a big difference between wishing and being a dreamer. Dreamers design their ideal life and work to achieve it EVERYDAY. They don’t believe in chance or luck. Wishers wait on an Angel to grant their wishes. The problem is, if the Angel were to ever show up they still wouldn’t know what to wish for! Those kinds of people don’t have dreams.
Be prepared to change and adapt. Change is the only constant thing and we must constantly evaluate our dreams. Systematically re-check and as needed redefine your goals. It’s not worth the wasted time to struggle to meet a goal that no longer fits with your life. Never get to a point where you totally abandon your dreams simply because things are not working the way you planned, dream big, better dreams but never stop following your dreams.
Every time you have a dream, set a goal, write it down. Keep it in a notebook. Review your writing daily to keep your mind fresh. In addition, it is very effective to write a start date when you set a goal, and a completion date when you accomplish the goal. It is a very satisfying feeling to look through your notebook and see that you are indeed completing goals, and moving towards your dream.
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