posted on Mar, 16 2005 @ 05:23 PM
I think the biggest thing to make daydreams come true is to take action, massive action! I know that probably sounds like some cheesy line from some
self help book, or a motivational speakers speech, but its so true.
Most people have daydreams, but thats all they are is daydreams; because they sell themselves short to some extent by saying stuff like I'll do that
some day, or I'll never have the money, time, skill etc.... Its along the same lines of how people idolize other people, and in the process do
themselves a huge dis-servcie in the sense that by idolizing someone they are putting them on a higher plane that is unattainable.
My advice to make daydreams come true is write them down in the form of goals. I can't stress the magical powers just writing a goal down seems to
have. In writing a goal down it goes from just an idea or thought to a real physical thing. My advice is to write your goals in realistic stages so
that they are reachable with work. So if you want to run a marathon, make your first goal running 5 miles, then 10 and so on...If you don't do it in
steps you might get frustrated, discouraged etc.. and give up too easily. Once you have a goal you will need a plan. I find that once you know your
goal the plan comes easy. Its like taking a trip in the sense that you have you need to know your destination before you plot your route. Then the
next step and the most important is TAKE ACTION!!!! do something rate now this second to starting making your daydream into reality. If you work on
your goals little by little, day by day you will probably be amazed at what you can accomplish in less time than you orginally thought it would take.
Some other good stuff to consider is you need a really good "why" to accomplish a goal; because along the way you will want to stop, quit etc.. if
the obstacle you hit is stronger than your why. If you have a "why" or faith that is stronger than the obstales you encounter you will overcome
So in short my advice is: daydream -> written goal -> plan -> strong enough"why" aka faith + ACTION = reality
I hope that wasn't to scattered sounding, and is of some help?