What’s your biggest dream?
This is a question worth contemplating.
We have all had dreams since childhood, some crazy, and some realistic.
When I was 9, I wanted to be a lion tamer. Looking back, I suspect it
wasn’t about the lions at all, but about courage and validation.
Many dreams are rooted in a desire to be somebody.
|Other people have let their dreams die inside them, yet don’t even know it.
They go forth in mundane routine year after year, only really tasting the dream again when the experience of what causes them to feel alive. What was that rush of adrenaline or joy that I felt? Ah, it may have been the resurrection of a lost dream.
I love working with world changers. These humans have done great things with their lives, some often in ministry and business for decades creating companies with impact. Samuel Bistrian, the CEO of Roma boots, gives thousands of boots to orphans. Chi Chi Rodriguez has a center for orphans and underserved youth. Darryl Strawberry has a drug treatment program. And Jennifer McAlister wrote a book so she could give it to the pregnant girls she ministers to.
What’s your dream?
Make a list today of the 5 biggest dreams you’ve had for your life past and present. Include dreams you’d live if money were abundant and fear wasn’t an obstacle.
I’ve seen a 90-year-old who wrote their very first book, and get an MBA. It’s never too late. It doesn’t matter if you’re 25 or 80.
It’s never too late to live your radical truth and step out on faith.
To your legacy,
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