Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Pursue Your Dreams: Do The Impossible

Are you ready to pursue your dreams and do the impossible?

There comes a time in everyone’s life where when we have a dream to be someone “special” or to accomplish something special. It might be to hit the game-winning home run or to be the homecoming queen.
As we get older, we may dream of becoming rich and successful or to have a happy and healthy relationship.
But too often, we reach a point where we allow our dreams to become more fleeting and they begin to float away. We allow life and circumstance to get in the way and we begin to set our dreams aside, or put them on a shelf where they begin to collect dust and are then forgotten.

How many dreams have you let die in your life? At what point did you find yourself caught up in the daily monotony of life rather than experiencing the excitement of building your dreams?

We all have the inherent capacity to dream a bigger dream … to aim higher. And by doing so, life can become an exciting adventure again – like it is supposed to be.

It’s our aim that limits our results. By reaching beyond the boundaries of what we believe is possible, we begin to accomplish the impossible -- and it's then that we discover a life of inspired abundance and wonder.

That’s where all new breakthroughs in human accomplishment come from.

· The automobile
· The airplane
· The sub 4 minute mile
· The man on the moon

Limitations are perceptions you choose to believe in; they are nothing more.

Take the example of the bumblebee. Based on once known laws of aerodynamics and phsics, scientists asserted it should be able to fly. Yet, it does.
So begin to take inventory of your dreams and re-examine what you believe is impossible for you. Start to write down some dreams you’d really like to accomplish. Start out with littler dreams if you must, but begin adding to the list and once you’ve exhausted your ideas, pick the 3 to 5 that are most important to you right now.
Write them down in your journal and build a dream board. Get them in front of you and into your consciousness each day. And begin asking yourself, “what one little thing can I do today that will move me closer to my dream?”
Pretty soon, you will find you are not just ready to do the impossible, but are actually doing it.

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