We all have dreams. Even if in depression or pain we feel our dreams have been crushed or damaged, they are still our dreams.
When a dream teeters on the edge of destruction, the first thing to do is get it out of yourself.
A newly born dream needs to incubate. You hold it inside and it grows with your passion. This is only good for a time though, because until you get it out of yourself, you can be tempted to give up on it. It’s easy to drown something that has no arms and legs of it’s own.
Here are some suggestions on how to get your dream out of you and begin to give it a life of it’s own:
- Write it down on paper.
- Tell your family or friends.
- Start a blog about the topic.
- Start a journal of what you learn about your dream.
- Make a dream board.
- Place it on a 3×5 card and paste it to your mirror.
- Write a song about it.
In other words, do whatever it takes to grant that dream arms and legs so that when you are tempted to let it go, it grabs onto you and won’t leave!