Hold on to Your Dreams and Don’t Let Go! Time is fleeting and tomorrow is promised to no one. We don’t have time to waste. We must realize the value of life and that it is a gift from God and that we have been placed on this earth to impact others and to bring glory to God. Although that is the case, we must also not devalue our gifts and talents and allow the daily struggles, failures or difficulties to hinder us from pursuing our dreams and moving forward with our lives.
I have seen over the years countless people that have given up on their dreams because with every attempt to progress and accomplish their goals, they have faced many obstacles, barriers and blockages. “No one ever said that anything worth having would be easy.” Life is a series of struggles and “quitters never win.” It takes tenacity, perseverance and an unshakeable resolve to keep getting up after you have been knocked down several times.
Life is like a boxing match:
The two components prepare themselves physically, mentally and emotionally before entering into the ring. They go into the boxing ring with one mindset and that is that there will be “one winner and one loser” and thus, they go in with the expectation they will be the winner. That is how we as people need to be with life and with meeting our goals and aspirations. You can’t be so easy to “throw in the towel” because the fight is intense and you sustain a few harsh blows along the way. That is not the time to give up, but that is the time to muster up the strength, position yourself in faith and fight until you come out on the winning side.
Here’s 5 Ways To Stay focused on your dreams:
1.) Keep a journal. Whenever you do something to get you a step closer to your goal, jot it down.
2.) Stay Positive. Don’t allow people, negative thoughts, or otherwise to deter your vision.
3.) Pray. Ask God for help, guidance and direction in your life.
4.) Stand on the promises of God, you can trust Him when you can’t trust anyone else.
5.) Hold on and don’t let go until your dreams become reality.