About halfway through a long-winded conversation about unfounded and baseless dreams, like most other listeners, I find myself having trouble listening. We live in a culture where it is a good thing to have big dreams, but not a good thing to have realistic plans or have attainable goals. That’s weird, because you can do anything you plan to do.
Dreaming is a grand activity, a fantastical practice, a fantasy envisioned, and absolutely not real or tangible. However our dreams are powerful tools. We dream about wanting something, attaining our desires, then we talk about achieving it, how it would be! But there is no goal, no pathway to walk directly to it and take. We are stuck in the talking about it and that is about it.
So, in the time we listen, in the time it took for you to talk about it you could have written up a plan to go and make and create and have. Made a step A through finished, fruition, success, completion. I will attempt to listen though I would rather pull out pen and paper and set things in motion to help you do what you want to do, to help you become the dream master.
I am not therapist, not counselor, I am an ordained minister by request, though I feel I could charge for giving advice about planning. But I learned it for free in books. Just make a goals list each day and complete those goals. I do this because it is simple: nothing happens without being planned. I heard recently: there is no happenstance. Imagine. I think you should stop talking and make plans, you should do and show. Save the tell.