I’m inspired by this believe no one should live this life, before fulfilling everything he was sent to do for the world. No matter what.
I have learned some valuable lessons I keep with me every time I need refocusing to what I’m already into. So this is what I tell me:
#1 – Take a Moment To Review Your Progress Every time You See Fit
Life is a progressive realization of a worth goal. Meaning you will make mistakes, you will fall down , you might be labeled. But if you’re moving forward, you’re being your best, you’re already in a good position to achieve in life.
Just remember to take a moment to review your goals, your direction and your performance. if there is something to improve, then improve and keep moving forward don’t ever look back you’re not going that way.
#2- You’re Free To Dream, Dream Big Then
There is this experience Mandela talks about during his time in prison, he says
“In my twenty-seventh year in jail,” he began, “a guard I had come to know well whispered to me that I was soon to be released.” Mandela said he could see that the jailer was excited for him. The man considered this a moment for jubilation, but Mandela himself had a different reaction.
“I was sad for this man with whom I had so frequently talked. He didn’t understand that my spirit and beliefs had never been locked in his prison. My body could be contained but the story of my dreams could not. He didn’t understand that the only prison that takes away a man’s freedom is one that does not allow that man to dream.”
#3 – Be Choosing, Who You’re Bringing Along With You
It’s important your circle of friends to match your own aspirations & dreams, or you will find little support when you need it most. Because life is too short to drag people along.
Learn to let go of those people who are with you but are not for you.
#4 – Don’t Worry About The Outcome, Just Mind Your Step
If you keep your focus and concentrate to bring the best on that step your into, the outcome will take care of it self.
#5 – Dreams Get Shot Down, Don’t Let it Intimidate You, Just Dream
Growing up, I had this passion for music. I was five then when my mom bought me a guitar and just to make something clear. With her salary of that time pulling this off, would take her more than six month of savings, I never asked her though.
I got excited but it didn’t last very long. After two weeks or so, a relative came by to visit us at home somehow he managed to convince mom and me to lend him that guitar promising it would be returned after a few weeks but he never returned it and we never heard from him again
I met him recently. He is a professional musician playing almost every instrument in the music industry. I asked him, where was your starting point, and he said while feeling a little bit shy, “From your guitar, remember that?”. I angrily thought, “how can I forget that?”
I have grown up now pursuing all sorts of dreams losing some and winning others. I have a lot of good people to thank for, if it was not for their trust and believing in what I can become, I probably wouldn’t be where I’m today.
“I follow three rules: Do the right thing, do the best you can, and always show people you care. You’ve got to make a sincere attempt to have the right goals to begin with, then go after them with appropriate effort, and remember that you can’t really achieve anything great without the help of others.”
So to you, What do you do to keep you dream going?