Here is how you stop yourself from chasing your dreams

dreamers are doers

You are as big as you challenge yourself. It is true, the only person who stops you from becoming who you want to be is “You“.

It is our thinking that deprives us of many opportunities in life. One of the regrets of dying, as conducted in a study was, “I wish I could but I could not”. This essentially means, breaking out of your fears and living the life you always dreamed of, that too, when you still have strength.

I cannot do it, I don’t know how, Only if I had more money, My competitor is too big, I am too old to start something new and I don’t have time to learn. These 6 sentences have stopped many people from chasing their dreams.

They decide in their mind they can’t do it so therefore there are never able to do it.

Do any of these thoughts stop you from chasing your dreams?

If yes, the truth is, only you can kick these thoughts hard and throw them out of your mind. You’ve to do it to unleash your true potential or settle for an ordinary life.

The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is the “Mental Barrier”. The later learns how to break their mental chains and progresses to chase their dreams.

Also, another fundamental difference between successful people and others is, they dream big and they would do whatever it takes to turn their dreams into reality.

This takes a lot of substance to stand against the norms, to break the social taboos but the crazy ones would go at any length to achieve what they always dream about.

If we follow the footprints of the majority of successful people, we find out that they were not only dreamers but they were doers too. It means, standing up to any challenge they may come your way but not allowing it to become a stumbling block to chase your dreams.

This is why it is very important to Think big, Dream big, Believe big, The results will be big too.

Written by Hisham Sarwar

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