Being Realistic

Are you one of those grown-ups who proudly self-declare that:

“As I have grown up, I become more realistic now. Therefore, I give up my dreams.”


That’s the word. 


Is it really the truth? Or is it just an excuse because you’re scared that you don’t have what it takes; that you’re not good enough to follow your dreams? That it is better to give it up all at once so you don’t have to face the unavoidable failure


Yeah, yeah, priority

Realistic and Priority

There’s nothing wrong with being realistic and having priority. It’s okay to admit you can’t afford to follow your dreams due to your unique circumstances. It’s a choice. Everyone has a right to choose how they want to live. 

But please. In the case of fear of failure

Don’t shut your dreams off. 

Don’t make “being realistic” as your excuse to deny your fear of failure

There are still ways to be realistic and still follow your dreams.

When there is a will, there is a way. 


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