what is dream

What is dreamWhy do we dream
What is your dream? Will you achieve your dream in your lifetime? I’m certain that you desire to. I’m sure you hope you will.
But will you actually do it? What odds would you give yourself? One in five? One in a hundred? One in a million? How can you
tell whether your chances are good or whether your dream will always remain exactly that—a dream? And are you willing
to put it to the test?
Most people I know have a dream. In fact,
I’ve asked hundreds, if not thousands, of
people about their dream. Some willingly
describe it with great detail and enthusiasm.
Others are reluctant to talk about it. They
seem embarrassed to say it out loud. These
people have never tested their dream. They
don’t know if others will laugh at them.
They’re not sure if they’re aiming too high
or too low. They don’t know if their dream
is something they can really achieve or if
they’re destined to fail.
Most people have no idea how to achieve
their dreams. What they possess is a vague
notion that there is something they would
like to do someday or someone they would
like to become. But they don’t know how to
get from here to there. If that describes you,
then you’ll be glad to know that there really
is hope.
Know the Answers Before You Take
the Test
When you were a kid in school, do you
remember a teacher doing a review before
a test and saying something like, “Pay
attention now, because this is going to be
on the test”? I do. The encouraging teachers
who wanted to see their students succeed
said things like that all the time. They
wanted us to be prepared so we could do
well. They put us to the test, but they set us
up for success.
My desire is to be like one of those
encouraging teachers to you. I want to
prepare you to put your dream to the test so
you can actually achieve it. How? I believe
that if you know the right questions to
ask yourself, and if you can answer these
questions in an affirmative way,…

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