|Posted on September 13, 2017 at 4:00 AM|
The road to achieving your dreams has never been a straight line. It’s a path that requires many twist and turns. Many obstacles will test your ability to stay consistent—at times you will even feel like you’re alone and no one can see your vision. As a fellow dreamer of the world, I’m here to tell you that this feeling you may be experiencing is completely normal. It’s okay to feel exhausted from the hard work you’ve invested into yourself. Why? This is because the energy that you invest into the atmosphere is given back to you in the same manner that you applied it. This can be summed by saying, “What you give, you get.” Hard work is always paid back in full, no matter how much your thoughts try to convince you otherwise. If you’ve read my latest book Lost Souls you should understand why this concept is so important, when on the path to accomplish your dreams. Here’s a fascinating question that I have for you readers
I won’t answer that question for you, because I want you to paint the picture of why we call our major aspirations, our dreams. A dream is defined as a cherished aspiration, ambition, or ideal. This insists that each of us has one or maybe even several of these dreams. Yet, the one thing that each dream has in common is that they all require a special road to be taken to reach that dream. My road won’t look like your road—on the other hand; yours most likely won’t look like mine. The one thing to remember is that with hard work and dedication to your dream which I sometimes refer to as your craft, that you can overcome each obstacle set in your path. You have to speak success into your life. You cannot fail until the day you refuse to get up from the fall. Use all of the setbacks as motivators to enhance and empower your dreams. Block out all of the people who don’t believe in you and focus on your inner potential. Release that magic into the world. Remember, for every hundreds of people that doubt you, a thousand believes in you. You mustn’t become consumed by the commentary. Focus on your dream, be consistent, and stick with it.