Making Your Dreams Goals.
Tony Robbins had it right when he said, “People who succeed have momentum. The more they succeed, the more they want to succeed, and the more they find a way to succeed. Similarly, when someone is failing, the tendency is to get on a downward spiral that can even become a self-fulfilling prophecy.” I’ve always had the idea that success truly does come from within, having faith in yourself and your own capabilities.
There are some people who wake up in the morning and they just think about their dreams. My question to those people is: Why have you not done anything yet to reach for your dreams? And if you have and you feel like you failed, you didn’t, that’s just a lie because the only way you fail in this life is by giving up. I have so many dreams but turning them into reality is what makes reaching my fullest potential fun. And I know how important it is to have dreams, to chase them and make them goals.
Do you know how I make my dreams goals? I write them down in a notebook. After you have a “dream,” written down on a piece of paper, it not longer stays a dream, it becomes a reality and a goal that you and only you can choose to attain; Never forget that someone else is living your dream, as you’re reading this, they are living it—some take it for granted. What would you do if you knew for sure that you can reach your dreams?
Would you go for it?
If your answer is yes, then you need to stop procrastinating and saving what can be done today for tomorrow. Your dreams are reachable, you just have to try. I hope that everyone in the world realizes their full potential, I don’t care whether you’re a girl, a boy, bisexual, lesbian, gay—or Christian, atheist, etc. Follow those dreams because you have the same damn equal rights as anyone else, you just have to make it known.