Hold on to your Dreams
Posted by Nick Niesen on October 26th, 2010
How many times have you abandoned an idea, project or dream
Relinquishing your dreams
All too frequently we allow others to dictate what is good,
Hollywood before 20th Century Fox finally produced it. It
went on to be one of the largest-grossing movies in film
his father and told he had no brains. He grew up an unhappy
loner. He floated in and out of schools. An advisor at
Drexel University told him that based on his aptitude tests
he should pursue a career as an elevator repair person. It's
not a bad profession but it's certainly not where "Rocky"
his hair. He didn't speak until he was four, and didn't read
until he was seven. One observer noted, "He could be
football knowledge. Lacks motivation. . .
playing his own compositions instead of improving his
technique. His teacher proclaimed him hopeless as a
for lack of ideas. He also went bankrupt several times
before he created Disneyland.
encouraged to find work as a servant or seamstress. She
would certainly never be a writer.
told modeling hopeful Norma Jean Baker (Marilyn Monroe),
"You'd better learn secretarial work, or else get married."
It Takes Courage
So what are your ideas? Your thoughts? Your dreams? Your
It doesn?t matter if anyone supports what you want to do.
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