Dream Big

Visions have their own gravity pull.

What you think, you become. It’s not magic. It’s just psychology. It’s using the reticular activating system. If you want it so much that you think about it all day long, then you just might get it.

Yes, dreams are powerful. We are visual creatures. In a way, everything else is abstract. Vague. Uninspiring.

If you can see it in your mind, you exert effort to hold it in your hand.

You need a vision. You need to dream big. To fall short of achieving greatness.

If failure is the default, then isn’t it better to fail at greatness? To fall short of a crazy big dream?


6 thoughts on “Dream Big

      1. I think it depends on your definition of ‘failure’; if we are overly critical of ourselves then others may see us as a success but we will still beat ourselves up because we don’t feel that we’ve performed to a high enough standard. I agree that working hard is important but, with any really successful business there is also, almost always, an element of luck – being in the right place at the right time with the right product if you will. I agree that nothing changes if we don’t act and no-one will be a professional or financial success by sitting on their backsides but if someone is genuinely and completely content to sit on their backside and enjoy the world around them just as it is they’re probably a lot happier than those who are constantly striving to reach higher and higher goals.

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