Hike The Mountain of Your Dreams

Don't Be Afraid of the Heights of your potential

Eleanor Roosevelt once said  ‘Do one thing every day that scares you.’ And many of us, have internal fears of their own potential, of dreaming big, and of how hard it can be to pursue what they really want. We get SCARED of what we want to achieve, and then we try to blame it on “How hard it takes”.

Well as a Start, if your dreams don’t scare you, they are not big enough 🙂

This week’s tip, is about training yourself to face the challenges of achieving your dreams.

  • Use it or Lose it: your brain and most of your body have resources that would become weakened unless you used them… So it’s easy to lose hope or motivation to DREAM about what you want to do or where you want to be.
  • You need to Walk before you Run: of course that scary task when you were 10 years old, is just another day-to-day task when you’re 25. Beginnings can always be tricky, but once you passed that, it gets easier to move forward.
  • Start Small as long as you START: they say that the hardest part of going to the gym, is actually taking the step and GO, the rest will just progress naturally.

So as long as you Let your self Dream Big, Picture your goal is to get to the top of the mountain of that dream, and if order to do so, you need to train your self to HIKE; Start to Hike on a small scale first, then start moving up, and up and KEEP TRAINING your mind, body and soul to be ready to accept the conditions that you will be meeting on your way to the Top… And Only then, your scares will disappear with time, and your dream will be closer than you think… The Top of that Mountain is not that far away after all!

Have a nice Week!

SC

Samer Chidiac

 

Samer Chidiac is a Sr. Strategist, Author & an International Innovation Expert.

The Monday Tip Weekly blog is part of the “Influencing the Life of Others” project

 

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