When you’re in elementary, middle, and high school, you are well aware of how much is ahead of you. I remember being in fifth grade and claiming I was going to live in a big five-story house and accomplish all of my dreams. It was never a question. I knew I’d sing, dance, and write for a living and there was not a doubt in my mind that this wasn’t something within my reach. That’s one of the great things about being a child. There is an unwavered feeling of optimism when it comes to what they desire. Did you have a Dream when you were a kid that you expected to just happen in your life?
If you have, then like me, if you’re not there right now you probably got hit pretty hard with that thing called LIFE. The older you get, the more you realize that it’s not as easy as you thought to just make all of your dreams come true. You start to doubt things and question your talents. You decide to do what pays and hopefully, still work towards that dream. Next thing you know, years have passed and you’re still no closer to that life that you’ve always wanted to live doing the things you’ve always wanted to do. Why is that?
Why haven’t you accomplished your goals?
So those are the reasons why you haven’t succeeded yet. Now don’t worry, all of these things are fixable. You can still accomplish everything that you ever desired and you don’t have to limit yourself. You can do more than your ever imagined. If any of these things fit you, acknowledge it and then take steps to start correcting it. You have to really acknowledge it. Don’t pretend as if none of these apply to you and the reason that you aren’t successful is because some outside source is keeping you from success. If that’s your thought process, then you don’t believe in yourself and your abilities and so one of these do apply to you, doesn’t it?
Which one of these do you think applies to you? Do you have the slightest idea how to how about correcting the issue? Comment below and let us know! Ask ya questions and we will either reply in the comments or create a post just for you!
A blog written by Rikki Parker, our Writer and Communications Executive.