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    Are You a Fantasizer or a Dream Builder?

    Are You a Fantasizer or a Dream Builder?
    December 26, 2017 5357 Views No comments

    "Building Your Dream"
    from Own Your Dreams

    by John C. Maxwell

    As you move forward in the pursuit of your dream, you need to ask yourself, “Am I depending on factors within my control to achieve my dream?”

    People who build their dreams on reality take a very different approach to dreams than people who live in Fantasyland.

    FantasizersDream Builders
    Rely on luckRely on discipline
    Focus on the destinationFocus on the journey
    Cultivate unhealthy expectationsCultivate healthy discontent
    Minimize the value of workMaximize the work they do.
    Look for excusesLead to action
    Create inertiaGenerate momentum
    Breed isolationPromote teamwork
    Avoid personal risksEmbrace risk as necessary

    People who are successful in the long run don’t leave everything to chance. They focus on what they can do, and then they do it. To achieve your dream, you not only need to work hard for it, but you also have to make sure it plays to your strengths. That means knowing what you can and cannot do.

    The first step in facing reality requires you to look at yourself realistically, to see yourself as you truly are. The nature of self-evaluation has a profound effect on a person’s values, beliefs, thinking processes, feelings, needs, and goals . Focus on doing the things you love to do and building on your strengths.

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