Dreaming’s good, Acting’s better!

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“You have to speak your dream out loud.” – Kelly Corrigan

If you sort of study the quote you’ll understand that Kelly Corrigan wants us to not only dream (abstract) but to also speak it out loud (concrete).

Everyday we experience things that make us sound like this : “I want to be a better person!” But there’s a huge problem because we never really act this out and when we do, it doesn’t last long enough…

Why do we so often become unmotivated?

These dreams can be anything from ‘I want to start sitting up straight’ to ‘I want to stop going browsing the Internet on school days’.
One reason the change doesn’t last long is because our ideas are blurred out with the belief that we will never be able to be anyone other than who we are.

We think that the change doesn’t fit the type of life we live because we’re too busy or need to look cool to a certain group of people, blah blah blah…

– And just push it aside or leave it for every once in a while saying : ‘ok, on Saturdays I’ll do some sports so during the week I won’t have to…’

– But then this makes us to easily forget it : after a while we won’t even care about what we planned for that eventual day because we believe that one day won’t change us.

I found this plan online : The 29 day experiment method It’s a really good technique for anyone who is struggling with change.
Basically, you set your goal for a 29/30 day period and stick to it religiously. In the end it might even become a part of you.

Now the only problem is, are you going to stick to it for 29 days only? (Completely up to you )

Matthew 4:17 : From that time Jesus began to preach and say, “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.”

2 Corinthians 5:17 : Therefore if any man is in Christ, he is a new creature; the old things passed away; behold, new things have come.

These are the songs I’m listening to right now

If you like MoneyGrabber, here’s the video :



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