To turn dreams into realities, you have to go after what you want. First, you need to be clear on what it is that you really want, you need to be able to visualize your dream, and then you have to put work into it...a lot of work. In fact, this is by far the hardest work you'll ever do.
You have to chase it, pursue it, obsess about it, and put every ounce of your energy into it.
Realizing dreams isn't for the faint of heart. Dreams are realized by reaching within yourself for all the courage you can muster, having conviction about your goals, and doing whatever it takes to achieve them. You need to be willing to go to any lengths for your dream.
Recently I wrote a Naddor's Notes* titled "What are you willing to give up?" Realizing dreams involves an exchange. In order to receive, you need to give. And this giving involves releasing something that you may hold dear, something that is familiar and comfortable for you, something that makes you feel safe.
Disappointment and regret in life come from placing too much value and focus on worldly things and simple pleasures, rather than the things that will ultimately bring you the greatest joy, satisfaction and peace.
The greatest joy, satisfaction, and peace come from knowing why you are here and taking action towards making it a reality. This is the path to your purpose.
Are you willing to do the work?
Live your purpose, Live in peace.
-- Rachel Naddor
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