One of the toughest things to do is to take the first step. Many of us have the most brilliant ideas and dreams trapped in our minds and may never realize them because we simply won’t take the first step. There is something magical about taking the first step; a type of phenomenon where the stars align in our favor. While the first step is obviously an important one, the subsequent steps you take thereafter will be the difference between whether you will see these dreams come true or not. Take the first step and then the next and the next until the brisk walk turns into a marathon like run. Chase your dreams.
When we chase our dreams one of two things will inevitably happen; either the dream will slow down so that you can catch up to it or you will have to speed up to catch up to the dream. Your focus should be on the fact that this is a chase. Chasing your dream means you have to literally get off your rear and get on your feet and get moving. You will know when you are close to accomplishing your goal right when everything starts to seem as if it’s falling apart. This is only a test. A final exam of sorts to determine whether you can outlast the problem long enough to hoist the trophy. Don’t give up until and unless you claim your prize. The obstacles are just that; diversions. Stay on course.
All too often we get so close to reaching a goal but find it easier to throw our hands in the air and just quit. Quitting is the easy way out and easy is never good in any situation. Instead of giving up, you have got to get tough. You must outlast the obstacles that are blocking your way. Yes, outlast. Some of them you will be able to crush automatically but there will be a few that you just have to be stronger than; period. Remember that this is a chase, perhaps more like a marathon. And just like marathons the victor is not only the one who finishes first but the one who outlasts their opponents. Outlast, outwork and out-think your opponents and you will always produce outstanding results.
Remember, the incredible thing about chasing dreams is that sooner or later either your dreams will slow down so that you can catch up to it or you may have to speed up to catch up to the dreams. Eventually, if you keep chasing your dreams, you will achieve them. Dreams are preludes to reality; a reality you must create.
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