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Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Get Busy and Dream Your Dream

Get busy dreaming; imagining yourself doing something you wouldn't do in your normal life and routine. Dream about working at home or starting your own business. Dream about taking that vacation to Europe you used to day-dream about. Or, dream up something then imagine yourself doing it. You can't? Why not? Does it feel a little like window shopping without any money? There's no satisfaction in that, is there?

Dreaming of doing something you wouldn't normally do is merely setting a goal for yourself. Certainly some may view the goal as unattainable therefore only allowing themselves the imagination. Then there are those who honestly consider their dream as something quite attainable.

How are goals attained? They are attained by putting one foot in front of the other travelling a path toward accomplishment with intention. Origin of INTEND: Middle English entenden, intenden, from Anglo-French entendre, from Latin intendere to stretch out, direct, aim at, from in- + tendere to stretch.

We accomplish many intentions in our lives. We intend to do laundry; we intend to change the oil in our car; we intend to get up in the morning, have coffee then get ready for work and we intend on getting ourselves to work. We have successful intentions everyday. Yet, we sometimes have dreams we - for some particular reason - don't intend on achieving. Why? Is it the fear of affecting our survival? Is there not enough time in the day to put forth the effort? Or, is the dream merely a form of entertainment?

If your dream is not the latter then consider the other two reasons as excuses and untrue. They are untrue because there is no intention to attain the dream; the goal. I can hear the denials as I type. I have used those very same excuses myself. It's human nature. On the other hand, many of my dreams; my goals have been attained through mere intention. I let nothing stop me. I found ways to accomplish my dreams by putting one foot in front of the other; researching, if necessary, methods to get where I wanted to go then actually heading toward the end result, continuing until I reached my goal.

So, if you're not dreaming, conjuring, imagining for self-entertainment, start putting one foot in front of the other and heading up the path toward your final destination. There is nothing more enjoyable than productively accomplishing an end result: Your dream.

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