When you wake up in the morning, say hello to that person who reflects back at you in the mirror. He is the judge in your life. Everything is a result of your doing or not doing.
The secret to living your dream life is to realize that there is no secret. The only person who is responsible for the quality of the life you live is you. Your environment, your family background, or your life circumstances don’t have to put an end to your aspirations.
In the majority of cases, you don’t get what you want because you haven’t decided what (exactly) you want. You haven’t taken the time to identify your desires in clear detail. If you want to get from Point A (your current reality) to Point B (your dream life) you need a map. It happens that sometimes we don’t know what we want to say until we open our mouths and speak about it. The same is true with your dream life. Writing down the details of your dream life and speaking about those details is one way to make your dreams come true. Turn your visions into visuals.
I believe you might feel a lot of uncertainty about your life’s purpose and your life’s path. Well, this is normal. No worries — you always have choices. At any time, you can make decisions about this or that destination during your journey. Your life is your own. You have the right to spend your life doing the things you love, and experiencing the things you want. You are the only person in the universe who can use your chance.
By realizing and internalizing this, you have a chance to prepare for your dream life. You can’t predict every adventure in your future, but you can map its potential.
Create your own vision. If you don’t do this, you’ll allow life’s circumstances (and other people) to direct the course of your life. You must weigh multiple values in choosing a direction, but choose one priority.
Understand your “start.” To take your first step to the future, you should review your “now.” Take a look at your resources, the environment you’re in, the expectations you have, and the possible challenges you face.
Stay flexible. No plan has ever gone exactly as planned. Great plans are flexible ones — they are the ones that succeed despite changes in fortune and circumstance.
It’s never too late to be what you might have been.— George Eliot