I’m a big believer in dreaming big! I’m the kind of person that believes anything is possible, and you should never put limits on what you are capable of.
Dreams do come true. But only if you have a plan – and only if you take action!
Dreaming is free, but taking action and reaching a goal is not. You have to pay the price.
Benjamin Franklin said, “Motivation is when your dreams put on work clothes.”
The hardest thing about moving from “dreaming” to “doing” is getting started. It’s easy to get into your routines and get caught up with the craziness of life, and say to yourself, “Someday, I’ll get to that.”
The problem is, someday never comes.
It’s been said, “The graveyards are full of books that were never written, songs that were never sung, stories that were never told, and dreams that were never fulfilled.”
What about you? Are you waiting for someday?
Live with no regrets. You may not fulfill every dream, reach every goal, or do everything the right way…but do you really want to live wondering “what-if”? Let there be no regrets from giving it everything you’ve got.
A successful life is one that has no regrets. You can take the “what-ifs” out of the picture, but only if you take action now.
Let your courage be stronger than your fear.
Fear keeps you among the average. The average person has a dream but never takes action. You will always have fear, and you will always have courage; it’s just a matter of which one you allow to rule in your own mind.
Many dream, but few dare to go for it. Will you be among the few?
Be bold. Be courageous. Give your dream a deadline, and a plan, and begin to do the great things you were born to do!
“Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out.”
“Dream your goal, see your goal, work your goal, score your goal.”
“All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them.”
“Every morning you have two choices: continue to
sleep with your dreams, or wake up and chase them.”
“Most people don’t recognize opportunity when it comes,
because it’s usually dressed in overalls and looks a lot like work.”