To follow your dream speaks of a fundamental human need of wanting to be more, have more, do more in our lives. You are born with the inherent gift to dream for something better.
Our dreams fuel our hope and can strengthen our wellbeing and develop our uniqueness.
The dream that is not well thought out can lead to risky decisions, failure and inner conflict.
Your dream still needs structure, momentum and a skill set.
You don't want to go down a rabbit hole and find out later this was not what you wanted.
There is more momentum when you bring your relationships or the wider community into your dream. Think outside your own world.
Write down all about you, your strengths, your values, what you know to be true, how you have grown through your problems.....
The reality is that there maybe things in your life now that will need change for your dream to happen.
Be clear and write it down. Explore the journey you are on as it is far more important than the results.
Examine your daily actions...what habits, what is the thinking that will speed the progress of your dream?
& so keep on dreaming because..."the best way to predict your future is to create it" Abraham Lincoln.