Sunday, September 25, 2011
Last night I dreamt that I owned six houses, each one in a different country. I spent the year traveling around the world spending two months in each house. That dream is probably a bit unrealistic considering that at this precise moment I don't own any property anywhere in the world. And 3-4 houses would be better so that you can spend longer in each country. But hey, it was just a dream.
Thinking about it though as dawn approached while I watched the Fiji Samoan World Cup Rugby game at some god-forsaken hour on a Sunday morning when all intelligent life were still firmly ensconced in their beds fast asleep, I realised that I quite liked that dream and might need to tweak it a bit and adapt it to make it my own.
What I'd really like to do is give up my day job and then spend my time writing and traveling. Following my team for the 2015 Cricket and Rugby World Cups.
These dreams are not impossible; they just take a bit of conscious effort to work towards making them a reality. A dream is broken down into small goals. Each goal is then broken down into steps. Don't be afraid to dream big. It's the goals to get there that need to be small and achievable. Maybe today is the day to work out the blueprint, the road map to achieving your dreams. Good luck!