What Is Your Dream?
What is your dream? Will you achieve it 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. They 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. And I believe this book can help you.
John C. Maxwell, Put Your Dream to the Test: 10 Questions to Help You See It and Seize It . Thomas Nelson. Kindle Edition.
Leadership Training to Help You Put Your Dream to the Test
What I recommend you’ll need to have before you start:
- Please purchase John Maxwell’s book, Put Your Dream to the Test
Click here to acquire it on Amazon
- Download and print out the two program guides
Please watch the videos and answer the questions in your workbooks
You’ll receive a great deal of value in understanding your purpose in life. It’s also referred to as you “Why.” As you ponder each of the questions you’ll probably feel uncomfortable. Maybe even have a happy discontent. That is awesome! Moving out of your comfort zone is an inherent element to achieving your dream.
Any dream is worthy of your best effort. The size of the dream in the person doesn’t count. The size of the person in the dream does!