Success And The Journey

Dream Big and Dare to Fail

Being a big dreamer doesn’t mean that you walk around with your head in the clouds. It means that you’re seeking a purpose for your life and it means that you’re becoming fulfilled in the process.

Sometimes you need to ask big in order to really get anything accomplished. If you’re asking for too little, people might think you really don’t offer as much value as you really do. The last thing you need is to burden yourself with unnecessary hurdles. Think big and ask for it. You’d be surprised at how often it works.
Not only should you ask for more from others, but also yourself. If you’re not pushing yourself about what you can do, you’ll never know what your limits are. In fact, you’ll probably find that you really don’t have any limits. If you ask more of yourself on a regular basis, you’ll get more.

Why You Should Dream Big

  1. Following your dreams connects you to your inner self.
  2. Because you have a choice.
  3. Following your true calling.
  4. They’ll come true.
  5. Open to possibilities.
  6. You’ll achieve more.
  7. That’s the only right thing to do.

The good thing about dreaming big is that it allows you to fall short and still gain a lot. Confucius once said “If you shoot for the stars and hit the moon, it’s OK. But you’ve got to shoot for something. A lot of people don’t even shoot.”

Live Life Big-

Big dreaming can make your life big as a result. You can get more than you would normally expect. And really, wouldn’t it be great to get just a little bit more out of our lives?

It’s big dreaming that has led to some of the greatest achievements humans have ever had.

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