What’s your dream?

Without a dream, you’re not going to push yourself when it gets hard.

Without a dream, you’re not going to get up when you fall down.

Without a dream, you’re not going to take that extra step when it really counts.

So, what’s your dream?

 

I’m having a little NFL love fest this week.

This video is of a guy who’s considered one of the greatest players to ever play the game.

In it, he talks about the power of his dream and how it helped him overcome all the adversity he faced in becoming one of the greats – the ridicule, the pain, the doubt…

There’s a lot of thank you’s at the start so if you’re not interested in that kind of stuff, skip forward 4 minutes.

You’ll see what I mean by the power of a dream.

Here’s that video again.

So, what’s your dream?

What are you fighting for?

And if you don’t know, do you wonder why you don’t push yourself when things get tough?

 

L.

 

 

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4 Responses

  1. Breathe

    I must admit I am a bit jaded about all this talk about having an overall purpose or goal.

    On a very abstract level, I think it matters a lot what motivates your purpose / dream in terms of the scale of consciousness. It matters a lot if your purpose is derived from fear, anger, desire, pride or willingness.

    To me it f.ex. seems, that many people have dreams of becoming rich or famous, rather than actually doing or creating something (where money or fame could be bi-product).

    For me, I am personally content with knowing that there is purpose in everything I do – as long as I do it as well as I can, and as long as I focus on the things I like doing just for it owns sake.

    Sure, its no grand vision. And maybe I will find my purpose one day. I just hope it will be based on doing or creating, rather than getting….

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  2. Rory

    This is the most inspirational video I’ve seen.

    That man gave his heart out, spoke his mind, purely because he wanted to and felt it was right.

    I don’t know what my dream fully is yet, but this has giving me a better idea on how to find it. I’ll know what it is when I get the same feelings about it as this guy does to his.

    Thanks for sharing Leigh!

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    • Leigh (LoGun)

      Great to hear Rory. It’s ok, not to know what your dreams is, as long as you’re looking for it.

      As long as you know the power of finding your dream and you’re looking for it, you’ll be one step closer.

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      • Rory

        When we talk about a dream…

        Is it what you want physically?

        For instance, I want a luxury home in L.A where I can work as a Film Director/Writer, and have a great girlfriend and real friends, and also run a big charity business as a way giving back once I’ve achieved everything else.

        Or how you want to feel? (Or both)

        I want to feel

        Powerful
        Strong
        Free
        Connected
        Challenged
        Excited

        Which the things on that list give me.

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