Sunday, June 25, 2006

Follow Your Dreams

Too often we just let life happen to us. When we were young, we had great aspirations of what we wanted to do and who we wanted to be when we grew up. Then, it hits...

LIFE!

Instead of creating a path that leads the way to accomplishing our dreams, we drift along allowing life to lead us where it wants to go. This is not living in GO Motion! When you decide to live life in GO Motion, you choose to stop being a bystander in the journey of your life and become an active participant. You realize that ribbons, medals, and trophies are not given to those who sit on the sidelines, but to those who compete! That means that you have to follow your dreams. Make a decision that you will chart out a path that will lead to your desired outcome. It is not impossible! All you must do is wake up from the trance that life has put you under and GO after your dreams! Allow that kid inside you to live the life you have always wanted live.

Wake up, suit up, and follow your dreams!

Until next time...

If you're going to live life...live life in GO Motion!

2 Comments:

At 10:29 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow! Now that is inspiration. Question though. What if I have a dream but don't know where to start. Then What?

Confused One

 
At 11:03 AM, Blogger Pastor AJ said...

Most of the time, we do know where we need to start, we are just afraid to step out. To ease that fear, you have to create a plan that will show you where to go in order to accomplish your dreams. This can be done by modeling someone who has gone before you. Find a mentor, or read books about your dream. Then design a plan that will work with your specific situation. Once you've created your map, simply follow it! Stay consistent, you cannot begin to travel in the direction of your future, then give up. Remember the journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. You cannot expect to take a thousand-mile step, but each time you take one step, you're that much closer to your dream. Lastly, don't forget to enjoy the journey. You can have as much fun traveling toward your destination as you can once you've reached it.

Until next time...

 

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