No matter how bad things may be, never stop dreaming.
I was 21 years when this picture was taken in Chicago. I had my 2 Army buddies take a picture with the date there to let them know that I was going to make my first million by 23.
I had just started my first online business with the $11,000 I saved up working at Bally’s.
Within 18 months of this picture being taken, I ran out of money and was in debt $49,000. At the same time my Dad has a massive heart attack.
My spirit was down. I doubted myself. Almost thought about throwing in the towel and quitting.
What kept me alive was the gift of IMAGINATION. I used the pain to keep visualizing the life I always wanted to live.
Within 18 months, everything changed. May 29th of 2004 became the last time my Dad ever reached in his pocket to pay for anything with me ever again.
Whether you’re the clueless youngster with dreams or the 23 year old with a massive setback, never stop dreaming.
Close your eyes & IMAGINE every piece of details of your dreams. Then open your eyes, keep your chin up, get to work until your dreams final become a reality.
If the alternative isn’t a choice, you will EVENTUALLY see your DREAMS become a reality.
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