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A dream is the most irrational, improbably (but not impossible) goal that you imagine. I believe that your goals are at the purest during your childhood because that's when your expectations haven't been hindered by life's negativity. You might've wished to be a superhero, a princess, be able to fly, or invent some kind of cure for all diseases.
Goals are like dreams, but a little different. One isn't necessarily more important than the other. A goal is a dream with a plan. Goals have realistic expectations. Goals have deadlines, and even an organized timeline of deadlines. Goals have action steps to strategize what to do in order to meet each deadline. Action steps should have measurable progress to show how close you are to reaching your deadlines and your goals.
A BIG factor into achieving your goals and dreams is hope. Hope is what motivates you to move forward, especially when you want to give up. When faced with a challenge or temporary failure, hope helps you overcome them. Hope keeps your dreams alive. If you lose hope, then your dreams die.
May you live with hope each day as you move closer to your goal of living a life of your dreams.
Roderick Conwi writes at NourishmentNotes.com about lifestyle development and is a proud parent of a four year old who loves Lion Guard and a two year old who loves anything with wheels. To get powerful insights that enhance your day, join his free newsletter.