Deep down, everyone has some change they’d like to make in the world. They just may not frame it in such grand terms.
What are your dreams?
If you knew failure was impossible, what would you hope to accomplish someday? Hit reply and let me know.
If you say you don't have any ambitions, that's fine. I won't think you're lying to me. I'll know you're lying to yourself. And the worst part is you're probably doing it by accident.
The problem is that most people don't spend enough time getting clarity on their dreams. It's something they think about occasionally but never invest any time or effort into.
Unfortunately, a lot of people treat their dreams the way they treat money—like it's something valuable you can shove in your back pocket for a rainy day.
The issue is that, just like money, dreams suffer from inflation. The longer you hold on to a dream without investing in it, the less valuable it becomes.
You can’t keep your dreams under your mattress and think they’ll retain their value until you’re ready to return to them.
So pick one of the dreams you’ve shoved between the couch cushions. Identify three steps you could take to bring it into reality. Make sure one of those steps can be achieved in the next 24-48 hours.
Make your first investment.