Things They Won't Tell You

5 Things They Wont Tell You About Following Dreams

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A visionary is a person with original ideas about what the future will or could be like. It is an individual who think about or plan life with imagination or wisdom.

Nobody sees what you see because your vision was given to you and you only.

Are you trying to achieve goals you have set for yourself?

Here are 5 Things They Wont Tell You About Following Dreams.


 

1. You are never too old or young

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It ain’t a secret but we still make it be a barrier.

Don’t let anyone stigmatized you because of your age.


 

2. Dreams are hard to follow and achieve

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Keep your dreams alive. Understand to achieve anything requires faith and belief in yourself, vision, hard work, determination, and dedication. Remember all things are possible for those who believe.
– Gail Devers

 

3. You will get discouraged and lost sometimes

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There will be times you will loose confidence or enthusiasm. It is normal. Walking your own path where you have to set your own directions will get you confused, especially during the darkest times when the only light you have is your flashlight.

Always keep in mind that anything lost can be found again.

You will find your way. And maybe someday, someone will walk the path you created.


 

4. Many people will doubt you

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People are doubting your ability to succeed and achieve your dreams?

Good stuff.

It means they think you are good enough to give you the benefit of the doubt.


 

5. There is really light at the end of the tunnel

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