Follow Your Passion

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Follow your passion, be prepared to work hard and sacrifice, and, above all, don’t let anyone limit your dreams.”-Donavan Bailey

A dream can be considered as a cherished aspiration, ambition, or ideal. In other words, a “dream” is something that we want to achieve for example: getting your Master’s Degree before age 30 or being able to retire at age 50.

Sharing our dreams can be important because others can use it as a reminder for when we become complacent or want to quit.

Below are 5 people that we should look out for as it relates to sharing our dreams.


The “backbones”: These are people who believe in you no matter how hard or stupid your dream might look to them. These people are with you through the wind, the rain, the fire and even the drought. They will even offer words of advice to keep your spirit uplifted and feel motivated.

The “supporters”: These are people who say that your dream is good but that is as far as it goes with them. They only offer words of advice at the start and then they become a ghost which only pops up every now and then to see how things are going.

The “dream followers”: These are people who don’t know the first step in making plans for the accomplishment of the dream but are still loyal. They are only there because the dream sound nice and the outcome look bright.

The “haters”: These are people who tell you from point blank that the dream is stupid and it won’t go anywhere because they do not want to see you accomplish the dream nor prosper.

The “dream stealers”: These are people who often times start out like a supporter or a backbone but later they become someone who is envious and will do anything in their powers to steal the dream and make it look like they came up with it.

With all that said, we need to keep our dream alive and keep pressing and fighting. Go for what you want, believe in it and you shall receive it.

 

Until next time be safe and keep dreaming big

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