Keep in mind that you are not looking for the perfect situation; you are only looking to start. One you get started, you are going to be better equipped to make any changes.
I often compare starting your journey like walking through a fog. If you stand on the outside of the fog trying to see to the other side, you are going to find it very difficult. However, if you are willing to take the first few steps, you are going to realize that you can see a few more steps into the fog.
If you are willing to continue walking, before you know it, you can see clearly because the fog is behind you.
You have an idea of what your dream life looks like, and you have an idea of the effort it is going to take to make it happen. However, you do not really know how realistic your expectations are until you experience it.
There is a lot of work that goes into living your dreams, but you will find it well worth your time. Life is short, so don’t worry about the things you can’t control.
Most people regret the things they did not do more than anything they have ever done. Therefore, don’t settle for a life that is less than your dream life. Pursue it with effort and resolve.
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Written By Undre Griggs Originally Appeared In Lifehack
If you are planning on living your dream life, always remember these pointers. Thinking about how you can have the life you have always wanted is the easy part, working for it and finally achieving it is the tricky part. As long as you have a steely resolve, and give 100% of your efforts, you will be able to build a life you have always dreamed of having.