Maybe you grew up wanting to be a world-class chef, or an inventor, or a writer. Maybe you still do. Maybe you dreamt of somehow changing the world, or starting your own business, or becoming so rich and successful that you know you and your loved ones would live a life abundant in wealth, and never had to worry about money or health. So what happened to all those dreams?
The same thing that always happens.
As you grew older, you started to conform to the norms that society puts on us and had to live in what they call the “real world.” You were told to “stop daydreaming” by your teachers, or “be realistic” by your parents. Bills started rolling in, responsibilities piled up, and before you knew it, your childhood dreams were little more than dust in the wind.
But open your mind for just a few minutes…