Everybody has dreams, some big, some little. Dreams vary in scale: some people have simple dreams like getting a job they enjoy or better themselves by getting an education and some people have grandiose dreams where they want to change the world.
One person’s dream is no more important than another’s and no-one should be belittled for what they want to achieve in life as people come from all different backgrounds.
When I began attending seminars and lectures from professionals in the personal development industry my dream was just to better myself and become the best person I can be. However, I never dreamed that I would become a life coach and motivational speaker and be presenting my own lectures and seminars. Once I began presenting my lectures there were under 30 people in the audience however now I lecture to over 1000 people at a time.
Dreams should not be seen as a finish line, more as checkpoints that should be continually reviewed so that once one is accomplished you move onto the next checkpoint so that you keep pushing forward in life.
As I continued to learn and expand my mind, I also continued to build relationships and increase the size of my network and in doing so I have made life-long friends and colleagues. It is through these relationships that I have been asked to speak at large conferences throughout the world.
I had been so busy travelling the world and speaking in front of thousands of people that I didn’t even realise that I had achieved one of my own life-goals. It was then that I realised just how important it is to set goals, dream big and aim high.