The stories are everywhere, always uplifting, always inspiring:

1. The man who spent the first ten years of his life in an orphanage and went on to be one of the most successful spiritual teachers in the world (Dr Wayne Dyer)
2. The man who failed music at school and was told by his music teacher that he had no talent (Elvis Presley)
3. The woman who created one of the most successful publishing businesses in the world at the age of sixty despite a difficult life filled with adversity (Louise Hays)
4. The man whose first business failed and yet he went on to be one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the world (Bill Gates)
5. The young woman who was forced to give up her baby at fourteen due to poverty and a difficult childhood but went on and became one of the most successful business women and entertainers in the world (Oprah Winfrey)
6. The man who was homeless and had a difficult childhood and has become a very successful actor (Jim Carrey)
7. The young woman who had her arm completely bitten off by a shark when she was thirteen, but went on to win the National Championships in surfing (Bethany Hamilton)
8. The man who dropped out of school at ten because his parents needed him to work and yet became the president of the United States (Benjamin Franklin)

9. The man who had dyslexia and did poorly at school but went on to run one of the biggest business empires in the world (Richard Branson)

There are so many more of these types of stories. Every day, people just like you go out into the world and make their dreams come true.

They did it. Why not you? You’re no different than any of these successful individuals.

Why Couldn’t Your Dream Come True?

True, it sounds hard. In fact, it probably is hard, with a number of obstacles to overcome. That may be reason enough to put your dream on permanent hold.

“Obstacles are like wild animals. They are cowards but they will bluff you if they can. If they see you are afraid of them… they are liable to spring upon you; but if you look them squarely in the eye, they will slink out of sight.”—Orison Swett Marden, writer.

Could a Plan Help?

The easiest way to turn a dream into reality is one step at a time:

• Choose one thing to get done. A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.
• Identify what scares you most. Ask yourself: What’s the worst thing that could happen if I face this fear? Write down the worst-case scenario, and also write how you would confront it.
• Identify a small reward for yourself once you’ve accomplished that activity.
• Then just do it. Complete and check that task off your list.
• Now treat yourself to the reward, rejoice, and celebrate!
• Repeat the above steps as many times as necessary and watch yourself get happier and healthier by pursuing what you love.

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