CHASING A DREAM

Becoming Unstoppable

 

Dreams are real. They form the basis for human development, creativity and evolution. Turning them into reality takes a little more effort than just hope. We all have dreams for the future. Goals that are ripe for achieving. Ever since we were born, we’ve wanted to impact the world in some way and stand out from the crowd. Every day we hope that someone will notice us and recognize us for some special achievement.

 

Changing your reality to fit your dreams is no simple task. Because reality is a ruthless tormentor, there will be few opportunities to take command. But if you take advantage of the few that exist and bar reality from within and without, there will be no stopping you. Put your idea into practice. Work towards achieving your goal, just dreaming is not enough. If you put the work in and do your best. You will see measurable results.

 

Remember, the first time you try you might not do it perfectly so don't over analyze your every action. Have fun and try not to get too caught up in achieving perfection. Even if you don't do well at all you can still have fun as long as you do your best.

Try hard and don't worry about looking stupid, you're probably going to make a fool of yourself the first time you try something, but as long as you brush it off and give your all you won’t be teased or stared at. You will be laughing all the way to the bank. There is no telling how many miles you will have to run while chasing your dream. Don’t give up. Don't let yourself be discouraged by anything, whether someone is putting you down or your attempts aren't going as planned keep trying. As long as you're passionate about the dream you are attempting to put into action you should be able to keep going and push through the tough spots. Always keep in mind, you can do it!

The Successful Mindset

 

By: Scott Ward Inc 02/01/20: The number one thing you need to succeed in business is a successful attitude. A successful attitude means accepting that everyone’s life is not fair, but that everyone can still succeed if they take responsibility for themselves and their own actions, and don’t expect to be handed everything on a silver platter. You may have encountered all kinds of difficulties in your life, but you are not unique.

 

Each of us as human beings need to struggle in order to grow, and luckily struggles are something that is impossible to avoid. Begin to look at your experiences and the difficulties in your life as gifts that have made you the strong, resilient, unique person that you are. Recognize that perseverance; wisdom and creativity result from overcoming obstacles, not avoiding them, or living a life free from difficulty, pain, or failure.

 

Failure is an important part of life, and handling failure successfully greatly contributes to making a person successful. We all experience failure. As the saying goes, "suck it up, buttercup" — learn the lesson and use the experience to grow wiser, not angrier, and more bitter or discouraged. Expecting to live a life without mistakes is not only unreasonable, it’s boring. Mistakes are one way we, as human beings, learn and grow. Every mistake made is a teachable moment, a moment to learn what you are made of and what actions don’t work so they aren’t repeated.

 

The wisest learners, however, will learn not only from their own successes, mistakes and failures, but from those of others. This is why we are writing this book: to share what we have learned along the way. We want to let you know that while you aren’t the first or the last to make mistakes, if you give yourself permission to be a lifelong learner and permission to fail, you will eventually succeed. Guaranteed. So, read on. And when you fail, dust yourself off, regroup - and get back up on the horse.

 

Scott Says: There were times that I felt like throwing in the towel, but with self-employment you can change directions and proceed a different way when you need to. Article Source: http://www.articlebiz.com/article/1051535012-1-the-successful-mindset/

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