What were your dreams when you were a kid? What was that ONE big dream you had? The thing you spent all your time thinking and day dreaming about! To become a firefighter? A ballerina? To be the vet who saves every animal? Or you dream of having a house full of children and family? Well, with the right attitude, your dreams can come true.
As life goes on, our dreams change shape and form. For some, they stay the same. For some, they fade and are replaced with fresh dreams. And for some, they become reality! One thing is certain though. No dreams come true just like that! For those who seem to so easily achieve all their dreams and goals, there has definitely been hard work, intention and a plan behind it.
The difference of living a life where you’re often, or at least most of the time, frustrated, versus a life of fulfillment, accomplishment and pride, it’s like comparing garbage to gold. Living a life of garbage, or living a life of gold. One sounds way more attractive!
“I always wonder why so many let their dreams be just dreams. Why do they not try and go after them? Don’t they want them to come true?”
Someone said that the richest place on earth is the cemetery, because of all the unfulfilled dreams that were buried there. All those people who died with their talent unexploited, unexplored ideas, perhaps the cure to cancer or a voice that can stop wars. It is so sad…
This is not rocket science, nor a new idea, just a fact; most people don’t even make an attempt at going after their dreams because of… EXCUSES! And some installed mis-beliefs. The time is not right, too late, too soon, the circumstances and details are not ideal, don’t have the time, having too many obligations, not having the right tools, not sure you’d succeed anyway, someone else is probably better, can’t afford it, too busy being a parent… The list is long.
By making excuses or thinking that you’re not good enough will only guarantee one thing: that your dream remains a dream, and will never transform into reality.
Five years ago, one of my dreams was to write a book. To put a book in my book-shelf with MY name on it! But it was just a dream. Though I longed for it to turn into reality, I felt that it will never be so because of my mis-belief that only famous or extremely talented people write books, sort of. Another dream was to write articles that would touch and inspire people to be their best.
These are just two examples of many that have transformed from being “just” a dream, to becoming my reality. And I am so happy about it, grateful and proud! Also, I’m amazed at how easy it is to transform a dream into something real. Not at all as impossible as one might think.
We going to share with you my bullet proof formula for turning dreams into reality. As with any good advice, this will do NOTHING for you if you don’t apply it and take action. And if you do – dreams will come true!
You can do it! If you really want… Go catch your dream!