Do you want to give more structure and attention to your dreams? Are you tired of always waiting for things to happen? Have you said for more than a year or two that you’ll “go to Paris” when there is more money in the bank? Have you constantly been looking at your bank account in frustration and anger? Do you dream of marrying rich so that you just don’t have to deal with the ins and outs of running a successful business? Have you questioned all of the choices that you have made and worry that you are too far gone to save?
It’s time to ask your dreams out on a date. You know how most relationships thrive when we consistently give them a date night once a week? Well, our dreams do too. Finding ways to liberate your dreams and make them actually happen gives you the momentum to keep doing it again and again and again. And that’s only the beginning!
Here is the thing about dreams—once yours come true, it opens the space for you to help create the possibilities in others for theirs to come true too, and that, my friend, is how the world goes round. Each of us embracing the bravery and courage to fight our demons (demons of scarcity, lack, not being enough, self doubt, and more)—winning the battle, and then teaching others to do the same.
A year ago, I took my 70-year-old mother on her VERY FIRST trip out of the United States. My baby sis tagged along too. Here they are after clearing customs in Paris with their very first stamps in their brand new passports.
It was, to date, probably the best memory I have with my mother and sister.
To show her the Eiffel Tower