When it comes to the big dreams, those so-far-out-of –reach-I-don’t-want-to-admit-them-to-anyone-in case-they-laugh-at-me kind of dreams, we often deprive them of becoming possible.
It’s easy to put on the ‘right now’ blinkers and only see all the barriers in front of us. But those big dreams aren’t meant to be there staring back at us when we look down the path with nothing obstructing the view. The reason they’re ‘big dreams’ is because there’s something standing between you and them or because the path is so long that you’ve got to pull that awkward looking squinting face to even have a chance of seeing what’s at the end.
But all of those barriers don’t mean it’s not possible to get from where you are now to standing front on to your dream and staring it in the eye. It just means you’ve got to learn the ropes, learn how to duck and weave, often sidestep and generally take a leap of faith (or two) and walk around a corner when you can’t see what’s on the other side.
So keep that big dream, because it might not be possible now, but it is possible