Learning to dream big is no easy task if you want to take what matters most to the next level. Still, there are ways to achieve this. Just consider the following examples.
People Who Had the Courage to Dream Big and Turned Their Dreams Into Realities
- In 1976, Steve Wozniak shared with Hewlett Packard (his employer at the time) the idea
of creating a personal computer. He was rejected. So he and his friend Steve Jobs got
to work themselves on their dream of individual creativity for each user
- Martin Luther King had a dream that someday there would be equality for all.
- When Michael Phelps was 7 years old, he had a dream that there were no limits on
what he could achieve. We all know how that dream went for him.
Celebrities Aren’t the Only Ones Who Can Dream Big. You Can Do it Too
Do you have dreams that you wish to achieve someday? Maybe a trip, running half a
marathon, or a career change?
The books Peak: Secrets from the New Science of Expertise by K. Anders Ericsson and Talent Is Overrated: What Really Separates World-Class Performers from Everybody Else by Geoff Colvin are just two (but impactful) books that have proven over and over that you are only limited by what you think is possible, so don’t let anything stop you from dreaming big!
If you have trouble convincing yourself that you are capable of achieving your goals, positive thinking apps like ThinkUp can help by sending you powerful affirmations on a daily basis to help you stay on the right track.
Believe It and Become It.
When you believe something is possible, you take the first step in making it a reality.
Changes do not happen overnight, but by repeatedly reminding yourself that you can do it, you give your brain the push to take one step at a time until you’ve reached your final goal.
Get Powerful Self-affirmations on Your Phone Via ThinkUp
Making a habit of reinforcing your goals with self-affirmations can take some getting used to, but if you download the ThinkUp app today, you will soon be on your way to realizing dreams that you never thought was possible.
Should you have any questions on how to go about it, feel free to leave a comment below.
By Sheryl Kline , M.A. CHPC