Recently, I had a conversation with someone close to me, and they pretty much laughed in my face about my big dreams.
And when I say pretty much, they literally laughed in my face when I shared some of my dreams with them.
And then they gave me a hard time about how I haven’t already hit those big goals yet.
I mustn’t be working hard enough.
I clearly express to this person that that was not okay with me, for them to laugh in my face.
And then it hit me: not everybody is going to get your vision.
And guess what? That’s completely OKAY.
They don’t need to.
That doesn’t mean that we just give up and give in on our dreams.
The only time something becomes impossible for you is when you decide that it is.
You get to decide what is possible for you, and don’t let anybody tell you otherwise.
There will always be people who don’t see your vision, who don’t have that same drive, that same capacity, and that same vision that you do.
When a challenge comes up, you navigate that, but you never give up because when you give up, and when you decide that it’s impossible, that’s when you don’t achieve your dreams.
You’ve got this. All you have to do is put one foot in front of the other.