It’s all very well having a dream, but if you don’t know your dream well enough, how do you know when it comes true

How well do you know your dream?

Of course you know your dream, right?

Well, maybe you do, but maybe you don’t know it as well as you think.

If you’re going to achieve your dream you will need a  reasonable understanding of just what that dream is.

Know Your Dream

 
 Ask yourself these simple questions:
  1. What is your dream?
    Can you describe it exactly, or is it all a bit vague?
    How well do you really know your dream?
  2. How will you know when you’ve achieved it?
    If you can’t describe it exactly, then how will you know your dream has come true?
    If your dream is to be happy, or rich, but you don’t know exactly what that means, how will you ever know you’ve reached it?
  3. What will you do TODAY to bring your dream closer?
    If you don’t take action, then that dream will remain exactly as it is – a dream.
    Nothing will happen unless you take action!
  4. Do you have a plan?
    Action is all very well, but you need to know you’re moving in the right direction.
    You need to know your dream well enough to produce a plan to make sure that you keep on making progress.
    If you don’t have a plan, how do you know what to do next, and how do you know how fay you have come?
  5. Do you know the steps you need to take along the way?
    This is the small stuff.
    The stuff you need to do to achieve your plan.
    The stuff it’s really easy to forget. The stuff you put on your to do list each day!

 

The Importance of Habits

Know your dream - habits
 
Many of the steps you need to take will become habit, and it’s important that you make sure they do.
 
Good habits are hard to form but really easy to break.
Bad habits are easy to form and really hard to break!
 
It’s critical to your success that you form good habits and that you NEVER make excuses to yourself.
It’s really easy to think ‘I won’t bother today’.
But in truth that just makes it very much easier not to bother tomorrow either.
Good habits are really easy to break.
 
 

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  1. Jaqueline

    May 10, 2017 at 3:29am

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    • CarlMeltonPS

      May 10, 2017 at 6:58pm

      Thanks Jacqueline.
      I tend to use personal-development.com, which is a free site where you can post questions and engage in conversation.
      I also like uncommonforum.com, which is a little bit different. It comes more from the angle of discussing real life problems, rather than general discussions.

      There are lots of others out there, of course.

      I do hope this is helpful

      Carl

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