“Success comes from doing, not dreaming.”
I continually hear of people making incredible plans for their business, only to fail to see their plans materialize. Many people fall into this trap because they spend so much time dreaming about their big plans and very little time actually working to achieve them. One particular segment of the workforce where this scenario is very prevalent is recent college graduates and others in their early twenties. They come into the workforce with lofty goals and dreams, but often fail to support them with the work and commitment necessary to make them happen. Ask yourself this question: Have I failed to achieve some of my dreams because they were bad dreams or because of my lack of focused effort?