DARE TO DREAM, DARE TO ACCOMPLISH The enthusiasm and excitement that comes from focusing your attention on what you want may keep you going for a long time and provide you with the desire to make things happen. It is the belief that if you can think it, it can be done. Everything great that has been accomplished in history was not achieved overnight, but rather over a period of time. However modern technology has changed all that, because now anything can be done quickly and easily. So if you have a good idea, you should act upon it before someone else does.
As long as you are meeting people who tell you "you can't," "it's impossible," or "it's too hard" you should keep going. Most likely there will come a time when they are wrong.
If you feel like giving up, that is when you need to find people who will believe in you and help you accomplish your goals. They could be friends or family members who have gone before you, or an expert who can guide you along the way. Whatever the case may be, if you don't reach out to others then you are truly doing yourself a disservice.
Even after you have accomplished something there is always room for improvement. Feel free to reflect on your past efforts and consider ways you can better yourself for future projects.
You may attain your ambitions despite obstacles if you are persistent, have confidence in God or anything healthy and beneficial, have a reason why you want to reach that desire, and are sincere about what you do.
People do achieve their dreams, but more often than not, it's because they decided to go after them even though other people said they couldn't be done. This person showed an indomitable will which allowed them to overcome all obstacles in their path.
Sometimes we feel like giving up on our dreams, but only those who keep going get somewhere. So don't let anyone tell you that you cannot achieve something that you believe you can do.
The most important thing is that you do not give up when you encounter problems. Keep trying new things until you succeed. It might take you many years before you reach your goal, but once you do, it'll be well worth it.
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"You should dare to dream," says Azim Premzi in his speech.
As Dr. Avul Pakir Jainul Abideen Abdul Kalam correctly stated, "Dream, dream, dream, and your fantasies will become ideas. Thoughts lead to honest labor, which leads to action, and you will be successful." Youth may achieve their goals if they are committed to taking action. They need only find ways to motivate themselves by keeping their dreams alive even when circumstances appear to be against them.
Kalam was the 11th President of India and one of the most influential scientists in modern history. He has been called "the world's only true atomic superpower" because he led the country to nuclear power status during his tenure.
He dreamed of making India a leading power in science and technology and worked hard to make this dream come true. When he was young, he wrote down his dreams and made plans on how he would go about realizing them. He always believed that success could be achieved through hard work and dedication. During his presidency, he worked on energy security for India by developing nuclear power capacity independently from other countries.
Even though he was only an engineer by profession, he had a vision of building a nuclear missile submarine and became its chief designer when he was only 43 years old. His dream of making India a powerful nation led him to develop satellite technology and place it into orbit during his time as president.
Through his efforts, India became a nuclear power and continues to progress in science and technology even today.
"Dreaming implies risk, so you must be brave as you journey into the unknown," said Jeremy Cage, a strategy and marketing consultant in Darien, Connecticut. To act boldly, you must first win the mental war. Weigh the risks and benefits. It is possible that exaggerating your level of dread can diminish your courage.
There are two types of fear: physiological and psychological. Physiological fears are based on reality and can sometimes become actual physical problems (for example, when you have a heart attack). Psychological fears are based on imagination and cannot physically harm you. Examples of psychological fears include fear of failure or rejection.
Fear is an instinctual reaction to danger; it keeps us alive. But fear can also prevent us from living our lives fully. It may keep us trapped in a job we dislike, refuse to take risks, or stay in a relationship that is hurting us.
Sometimes we feel afraid because something bad is going to happen. At other times, we just feel afraid because something good could also happen. There are many things in this world that can cause us to feel afraid; here are some examples: experiencing death/dying, doing dangerous activities, making large decisions, pursuing our dreams.
Have you ever heard the saying "Courage is not absence of fear, but rather its acknowledgment"? That's true! Fear is your body's way of telling you that there is danger ahead.