Follow That Road Of Dreams:
We all have dreams! When we are children we dream of maybe being a fireman or astronaut. Those dreams change many times through those early stages of our lives.
I for one encourage daydreaming because out of daydreaming our dreams can become goals. Research has shown that daydreaming and nighttime dreams can be useful to consolidate learning and help people to achieve success. Many creative people like Walt Disney found that they had one thing in common. They all spent time daydreaming about their area of interest.
Dreaming keeps update patterns in the mind. So when people dream of being successful they are more likely to become successful. It really becomes aligned with positive and negative thinking. If you think positive, it is more likely that positive things will happen. Also, those that are only letting in the negative side of events in their lives and dwelling on them---they will continue to have negative things happen. Research shows that 3/4 of everyday workers in boring jobs, use vivid daydreams to ease the boredom.
Daydreaming is a pleasant feeling for both positive and negative folks. Yes we all do it! Every man, woman and child can be whatever they want to be in their daydreams.
There are two types of daydreamers:
The positive daydreamer, who takes action to gratify his wishes and takes definite steps to turn the dreams into reality.
The negative daydreamer, who takes no steps to fulfill his wishes and goes on dreaming waiting for some miracle to solve his problem and just bring it to him on a silver platter while he simply sits and waits.
How many times have you been startled by someone interrupting your thoughts as you escaped into this wonderful world? No it's not just for children.
Where would we be today if Edison's dreams of electrical possibilities, or Beethoven dreams of musical masterpieces were not put down on paper? All those people took positive action and turned their dreams into realities.
I have met people that have insisted that their son or daughter become a professional, as a doctor or a lawyer and that is a noble and honorable profession. Yes, they followed their parents wishes and they are successful, yet the professed that it was not their dream---it was their parents dream and they wished that they had taken a small amount of time out of their lives to at least grab for their dream.
Maybe, now with so many people out of work they might reach out and grasp this opportunity to take that daydream that was always there. What have they got to loose?
I also believe that we all know what are limits are so therefore there also lies our realistic dreams and yes, some first attempts do not immediately bring bigsuccess. Everything worth while has to be earned by working at it and if you really believe in that dream you will succeed.
REMEMBER EVERYTHING STARTS AS SOMEBODY'S DAYDREAM: