I learned this, at least, by my experiment: that if one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.
Thoreau said that we need to advance confidently in the direction of our dreams. That is good news. In my work with the Dream Into It program for life management, I’ve seen the specific content of dreams change regularly. As one works with the eight powerful steps that make up the basics of the system, it is not only possible–but probable–that you will come to know yourself and your dream at a deeper and more conscious level. That is as it should be.
If I am in Florida and decide to drive to Oregon, the first 2500 miles or so are not wasted… even if I change my mind mid-journey and head for Medford, rather than Portland. But, if I stay in Florida until I decide exactly where I want to go, I may not ever get started. It’s the same with your dream, your true ambition: The main thing is that you begin to advance in the direction of your dreams, not that you know exactly where you will end up.
I wish you success. I wish you courage. I wish you a miracle. Dream Into It: The Roadmap to Freedom has changed my life entirely. It can do the same for you. May this day, the eve of the Day of Atonement, see you inscribed for a year ahead that is unlike any you have ever seen before.