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  • Writer's pictureRay Sanford

Big Dreams

Our potential is immense, filled with passions, ideas, and dreams ready to make an impact. Sometimes, these dreams feel out of reach, as if they're meant for others, not us. Even the grandest dreams are within our grasp. The essence of dreaming big is freeing your mind from constraints and envisioning endless possibilities. When we embrace this mindset, we open the door to extraordinary achievements.

The secret? Imagine what the end result would look like. Create a picture in you mind in as great a detail as possible. I learned a trick from Stan Sommer a fabulously successful restaurant designer. Stan would create a rendering of the interior in great detail, complete with people. I asked him why he included the people and his response was "if you can't imagine the people having a great time, then it's not done."

Once you have that visualization, you can break it down into the major steps to get there. Then break each one of those into smaller and smaller steps. That process will reveal what needs to be done as well as any problem areas. It also gives you the structure for delegating to others. Then it’s simply taking action.

“The secret of getting ahead is getting started.” - Mark Twain

Dreaming big, yet starting small, isn’t just a slogan; it’s a practical strategy to turn what seems impossible into reality. Your dreams are not just fantasies; they are blueprints awaiting execution. The journey to realization begins with that first step forward.

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Mar 08
Rated 5 out of 5 stars.

Classic! The hard work is doing the work to write it all out. Thanks!

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