Dream. Believe. Dare. Do.
When I got these magical words inked on my four fingers, I knew the pain will be excruciating.
But then, it’s me. I was firm on getting inked, and I got it done. These are the words of Walter Elias Disney.
Just to let you know, at the age of 13, he sold newspapers for a living. At age 19 he started his animation company, his life long dream.
He failed but always believed in his dream.
Finally, he made the character Micky Mouse after many rejections, and then there was no stopping.
He went on to become a millionaire and established his own studio, well known today as Disney.
What one must learn from his life is: he dreamed, believed his passion all way along, never stopped to dare and finally, he achieved what he wanted.
Dream big. Dream what you want and believe it’s already yours. That’s how everything begins.
I don’t know what dream you have. And I don’t care how disappointing it might have been for you to work towards the dream you’re holding in your mind.
In the process of following your dream, you will incur failure and a lot of pain.
But pain is always temporary. Pain keeps you moving forward and eventually it’ll subside.
There might be moments when you want to give up on your dream, but that’s where believing in your dream do the magic.
Believe in your dream unquestionably. Believe in yourself and all that you are.
Know that there is something inside you that is greater than any obstacle.
Stop worrying about how it’s going to happen and start believing that it will.
Only then life will start getting better. So my question for you is – Do you have a dream to achieve?
And with this question, kicks in the Dare to do it.
You dare to encourage yourself to become all that you can be, but then you have people who discourage us.
Few people in our lives, no matter how good of a day you’re having, bring you down, or no matter how bad day you’re having, they’ll bring you even lower.
Here you always have a choice, either to be angry for being broke or pull up yourself and keep going.
Think of the biggest failure of your life. You failed because you quit.
It only takes someone one second to tell you something discouraging, but you might never forget those words.
Those words crawl in your head like a virus and stop you from thinking big.
You wish you’d have never heard those words. However, someone’s opinion of you does not have to become your reality.
All the adversity you have in your life, all the troubles and obstacles should strengthen you to dare and achieve what you always wished for.
To conclude, there are no walls. Follow your dream and look closer. You’ll just have to clear the way to see the door. And never stop BELIEVING in you.
Thanks for reading. Always good to see you again!