The late great Myles Monroe once said, “The poorest person in the world is a person without a dream. And the most frustrated person in the world is someone who has a dream but doesn’t know how to make it a reality.”
As we all are impacted by the Covid-19 virus and these uncertain economic times, it can cause many people to stop dreaming or put their dreams on hold. Because we become so consumed with trying to survive that we lose site of our dreams.
I want to encourage you to never give up on your dreams and now is the time to dig deeper and go after them more than ever. Your dreams will give you the strength to keep going even when it seems like nothing is going right. Your dreams give you hope when there seems to be none. I can assure you that if you remain focused and committed to your vision and your dreams, you will overcome any obstacle that comes your way.
Commit to building bigger dreams and giving birth to bigger visions. No matter how hard or challenging times get, never give up. Because your vision, your dream is the key to fulfilling your life’s purpose. As someone once said, “People who dream big, do big things and people who do big things…they change the world.”