DREAM RIDERS

What has happened is we have stopped riding our dreams. When do you last remember dreaming about your future? Let’s go back to the earliest time we can remember dreaming as children. Is it so difficult to dream as an adult? Those with dreams and visions create reality for ourselves and others. When we fail to dream, our focus becomes the routine. You must be able to focus your subconscious, visualize your dream, and seek to obtain it.

You don’t pursue money, you pursue your dreams,

and then they pay you for it. It’s that simple.

If you can still dream, start thinking of yourselves as businesses. What I would like you to think about is never having to work for someone again. The most successful people I know, even though they are an employee somewhere, never really think of themselves as working for someone.

They always think of themselves as being self-employed. I want you to start thinking like that. It is not easy because people always want you to believe that it’s not possible. It is possible because often others become passengers on our dream. Remember, dream riders are necessary to make the dream reality.

Interact with me on Twitter @AnthonyCGruppo.

 

 

Author: Creating Six Degrees

Anthony C. Gruppo, CEO Northeast Region, is responsible for leading all employees, divisions, and operations for Marsh & McLennan Agency – Northeast. Here he is focused on leadership, strategic position, and organizational development. Prior to coming to the Northeast, Anthony led companies in the Southwest, Southeast, and West Coast. Anthony is the author of three books centered on personal and organizational development.

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