I’ve been so caught up in doing that I have not had time for dreaming. I’m talking about daydreaming. The kind of dreams that fuel doing. At first, it is just a desire to be someone different or to be doing something else, then a mental image develops, a scene unfolds of what that image could be if it were a reality. Some elements will definitely be completely farfetched, but overall, the daydream is not necessarily impossible.
With enough desire, confidence, and imagination, the daydream starts to become a real life possibility. At this point, I begin to consider what making the dream a reality implies. If it still interests me, then I begin to formulate a plan. Once I am convinced that the plan can work, my daydream becomes my goal.
I accomplished several goals last year, but not all (which is to be expected). Besides accomplishing last year’s left over goals, I have few plans. It’s bothering me because without goals to achieve the future looks stagnant and bleak. I think the time has come to stop doing for a moment and relax. It is time to envision the future again and figure out what I want to pursue and, the best part, DO IT!