The bridge between perception and achievement
Do you have dreams and ambitions?
I bet you do. Everybody must have some aspirations for it drives a better portion of a person’s future. Achievers are known for big dreams, some bigger than we can ever imagine. It is these dreams that make them become achievers.
At this point, I want to make it a requirement and (a-must-have) essential in everybody’s life for reasons so obvious. Just to mention but a few are; having dreams shapes the nature of your operations because you have an ultimate goal to achieve, so then you must work with that in mind. Dreams source the necessary intrinsic motivation (sourced from within you) to help you keep going in whatever you are doing.
I want to stress on a connection between dreaming and achieving your dreams. As mentioned before, it is now clear that everybody has dreams and ambitions. The million dollars worth question is, are they achieving it? Apparently, very few achieve their dreams and here is the reason. A dream comes from a perception that you gain and it becomes a cherished desire that you want to achieve. Critically looking into this, it is like moving from point A (which is your perception) to point B (which is achieving it) in between these two places there is a connection which looks like a bridge in this context.
The bridge I am referring to here is the effort and hard work you are employing to achieve your dream. The connection between dreaming to become somebody you admire, or possess something you cherish and making that come true is the amount of effort you are putting in place to achieve all that. Then the message here is; you will only achieve want you want if you are working for it. So it makes working and generally action the bridge connecting perceptions and achievement.
Do not forget that the graveyards are the richest lands on earth. Why? It is because very many people are buried with trillions of dollars worth of ideas that were perceived and no action put in place to achieve them.