Dreaming is great, but please don’t ever stop there.
Most people dream. Some dream and work. Those who are truly successful, dream it, work it and share it.
Dreaming takes your mind there. Dreaming and working gets you there. Dreaming, working and sharing it, keeps you there.
Dreams are powerful, but to simply dream only allows you to think about it. Dreaming and relentlessly working at fulfilling that dream allows you to live it.
But it’s no fun when you are the only one living it. Share it, and I promise you that you will be so much more fulfilled.
When you learn, make a commitment to yourself that you will impart that knowledge on someone else. But don’t just share that knowledge with them. Make sure that they understand how important it is that they too do the same when they are in a position to do so.
No matter what you dream or how big or small it is, dreams begin to manifest when you acknowledge that there is work to do and start the process.
So get to dreaming and working at it, but please do not forget to share your knowledge with others. The same exposure, experiences and connections that you needed, remember that there is someone out there who could use your hand.
Oh, and if you didn’t have help and had to work for everything that you have on your own, you know how hard, lonely and frustrating that is. You also remember thinking, “if I just had a helping hand.” Be that helping hand to someone else.
Give me a dreamer, I’ll show you most. Give me a dreamer who works, I’ll show you few. But, give me a dreamer who works and shares it, I’ll show you a person who understands the importance of leaving a legacy.
About The Author
Jennifer Ogunsola is a writer and communications professional based in Atlanta, Georgia, who currently serves as the Global Marketing and Creative Services Manager for the world’s busiest and most efficient airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.