Dreaming as Motivation
Posted on February 23 2017
Dreaming as Motivation:
This adorable little store front has been for rent in our home town for a long time. It's across the street from the station I frequent to power my car with gas and myself with coffee. Down the road from our adored family chiropractor.
Sometimes I just park here, at the gas station, and just look at it and dream. I think of my "Some Day". I visualize my customer's walking in the front door. I see the flowers and herbs I've planted in pretty, colored buckets out front. There’s a blue print, a floor plan, and workspace work flow plan. Safety and health precautions. All natural product making equipment.
I'm not even sure this is "The Place" I have no idea what the rent is. Is it a good location? Is it the right size? Can I afford it?
None of that matters.
It's the motivation that matters. The day dream becomes the kick in the pants on the days that I don't think I can. The days when I'm so tired I don't want to anymore. The times when I feel like I'm doing it all wrong, screwing it up and sacrificing too much. Too much for “The Dream”.
And it all washes away. I feel good.
My Subaru becomes the little engine that could as I drive home, we chug along:
"I think I can, I think I can, I think I can"
Don't let that big red stop sign get in your way of your dreams. The more you dig deep and visualize the reality you want, especially when you think you can't, the closer you will be to living that reality.
Dreams are only limited by your imagination, which is endless.
ABOUT: Kim is a momma, wife and small business owner. She lives with her family in Dutchess County, NY where she enjoys her rescue dog, bunny and chickens. Her family loves camping, hiking, geocaching, and all things Cub and Boy Scouting. She is the owner/creator of Three Sisters Herbals, LLC, which she affectionately calls “her other baby” TSH is the same age as her youngest human baby, and they are all growing up together.
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