Thursday, May 25, 2017
Running Towards Your Dream With Audacity
Motovational speaker Eric Thomas compares this mindset to someone having an asthma attack and their need for air. It's like being in a race to save either your life or the life of your child. It's wanting something so badly so deeply so desperately that come what may, you have to have it.
Often times we have dreams and goals but the ease of life as it is, dampens our desire to really push forward. I came to that place in my life. A place where things were ok enough , that I lost my drive and my vision. It was as though what I had accomplished so far was enough. I began patting myself on the back and giving myself a reason to relax.
As someone who aspires to motivate and inspire not just my own self but others as well, I cannot continue to put my dreams on the back burner. Instead I have decided to ignite within me a desire to run towards my dreams with audacity.
In order to run towards your dream with audacity, there needs to be a clearly defined WHY. A clearly defined why for motivational speaker Lisa Nichols was having less than $20 in her bank account and not being able to purchase diapers for her infant son. That experience propelled her to action making her one of the top motivational speakers in the world. A clearly defined why is that person who just got a health diagnosis and chooses to live a healthier lifestyle. A clearly defined why is that single mom who is tired of watching her children cry for hunger so she picks herself up, works odd jobs and completes college with the highest honors. A clearly defined why is that father who lost his job but has a mortgage to pay and does everything in his power to prevent his family from going homeless.
No one can define your why. Allow your why to become the wind beneath your wings. Allow your why to propel you forward. Allow your why to be the driving force behind you running towards your dream with audacity.
"For faith is the substance of things hoped for the evidences of things not seen" Hebrews 11 : 1.
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