Follow Your Dreams


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We all have had dreams whether it be in our sleep or a dream or goal we wish to achieve in our lifetime.  In order to be successful in life we have dreams and goals and in order to make those dreams and goals  come true you must follow your dreams and never give up on them until you have accomplished what you set out to do.

We often think maybe it’s too late to make those dreams we had many years ago come true, but each and everyday we hesitate to fulfill them we are wasting precious time.

Dreams do come true, but those dreams just won’t appear without some work on your part to accomplish them.

IF YOU CAN DREAM IT…YOU CAN DO IT !

Although the blog that I write in on my alcohol addiction and how I achieved sobriety says three (3) months sober,  is now one (1) year and two (2) months sober, but I had written it way back then and it maybe something you might want to read regarding dreams can come true.

I always had dreams to become sober years ago, but never thought I could quit drinking alcohol and I thought is was too late to make any changes in my life.  See, I was wrong, because I have achieved sobriety now and if I could do it now I could have done it way back when.

This is what I mean about going after your dreams, because your dreams will not just come to you and as I said it is never too late to change.  To be clean and sober again is the greatest accomplishment of my life.

See, years ago I thought I wouldn’t ever be sober again and I was wrong, I beat the odds and surrendered to my addiction.  I fulfilled my dream of being sober and if you have a dream don’t put it off till a later time in your life because the time you waste now can not be replaced.  You will be the one losing out on success and maybe if you fit the bill of an alcoholic you are wasting precious sober time.

  • THINK POSITIVE.
  • DISCIPLINE YOURSELF.
  • BELIEVE IN YOURSELF.
  • TAKE ACTION.
  • REMOVE ALL NEGATIVE THOUGHTS OUT OF YOUR MIND.
  • TELL YOURSELF YOU CAN AND WILL DO IT.
  • BE HONEST WITH YOURSELF.
  • DON’T LET ANYTHING HOLD YOU BACK FROM FULFILLING YOUR DREAMS.
  • FOLLOW YOUR HEART.
  • LISTEN TO YOUR HEART AND MIND.
  • NEVER GIVE UP.
  • BELIEVE AND YOU SHALL ACHIEVE.

If you pay attention to some of the above and you have a dream that you want to achieve, then just go after it and never give up until you have accomplished that dream and goal and remember it is NEVER TO LATE to change your life and live that dream.

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2 thoughts on “Follow Your Dreams

  1. I got sober at the age of 44. I am now 3 years sober. After never having raced anything in my life, I have competed in one USA Cycling National Cross Country Mountain Bike Championship men’s category 2 20 mile race, one USA Cycling National Cyclocross Championship category 3 race, rode a bicycle from Paia, Maui on the beach to the top of Haleakala, nearly 10,000 vertical feet in 4 hours, then descended in cold rain, raced 50 miles with 7,500 vertical feet of climbing all above 10,000 feet in the Leadville Silver Rush 50 and can now sing & play Blackbird by Paul McCartney. I got my soul and spirit back. Now I can make my life a manifestation of Heaven on Earth and enjoy this amazing playground we all have access to. Mind, body & spirit. It takes all three. Life’s a journey. Enjoy the ride. I am feeling more and more connected to the world than ever before.

    • Michael, I am so sorry for taking so long to reply to your comment. Fist a huge congrats on being sober for 3 years and going strong and congrats also on all of your achievements. That is so wonderful and by doing so you are continuing to head keep your mind off of your past addiction. Well done my friend!!!!

      Mark

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