26 Apr 2018


“You can do anything you want if you set your mind to it”. Most of us have heard this a million times growing up. But somewhere along the way that kind of encouragement stops, only to be replaced by responsibilities and living up to the expectations of “someone my age”. Why do so many of us give up on dreaming big, and start conforming? And what makes some of us keep the dream alive?

It’s funny, isn’t it: the less we know – the more we think we’re capable of. I mean, ask any kid under the age of seven what they’re going to be when they grow up, and it’s going to be big. And I’m not talking C.E.O. of a multi-national manufacturing company-big, I mean big like: President-of-the-world-superhero-crimefighter-magical-rainbow-shooting-unicorn–big. There is literally no limit to the possibilities, and it’s not until the age of seven or eight that people start telling us what we can’t do, what talents we lack or what possibilities are out of reach – but oh how we learn quickly. By the time most of us reach our mid-teens we are so well informed of our shortcomings we actually stop dreaming big – and start seeing obstacles instead of possibilities.

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