After surviving an ischemic stroke to my spinal cord, I have overcome fears, shyness, low self-confidence and low self-esteem.
A lot of people have dreams, set goals, made plans, even have attitudes of confidence that they will succeed – but if they are not “all in” their hopes, dreams and goals will not reach their full potential.
If there is one thing I learned in life, it does not matter what your goal is, how awesome your plan is to achieve that goal, or even how positive your attitude that you will succeed. – the mist important ingredient for success is your level of commitment to reaching your goal and finding success.
You are in control of your own destiny. Do not let anyone stop you from achieving your goals – including yourself!
Taking time away from working towards a dream is the best way to be fully energized to achieve your goals.