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Wassup esemplastic thinkers? That would be you if you’re seeking and implementing creative ways to bridge the gap between your vision and your circumstances and isn’t that the thread of common ground that runs between us all? Entrepreneurs and activists, parents, teachers and ministers even trolls, aren’t we all looking for ways to propel our efforts to the next level and manifest our dreams?
Independence Day is Friday and Americans will be celebrating freedom coast to coast, but what about you? What will YOU be celebrating? Are you free? What does that word even mean? Does it encapsulate the wonders of a creative and independent lifestyle, one that allows you to give the best of yourself and receive fair reward for your efforts or is it symbolic of the chasm between your dreams and your reality?
For those of you living the miracle of a creative and independent lifestyle, please pass this on to your friends and loved ones who are not, light the grill, chill the beer; get the party started and don’t forget to save me a plate!
I want to talk to those who are experiencing freedom as a dream lingering just outside your grasp. I’ve gotta tell you, no matter who you are or what your current circumstances, your dreams are well within your reach. But you don’t believe that, huh?
So, you probably don’t believe you have the gifts, talent and knowledge it takes to be who you dream of being either, right? What do you tell yourself, that you’re too old, young, uneducated, busy, inept or afraid? Do you tell yourself that dreams come true are reserved for the lucky few, which doesn’t include you? Could it be your thoughts are digging the chasm separating your dreams and your circumstances? I think it was Henry Ford who said, “Whether a man believes he can or believes he can’t, he’s right,” while the tycoon’s relationship to freedom can only be described as dubious, in those few words he delivered the key to independence to all who would use it ~ believe. Read More