How to Start a Dream

Really, the question is – how do I get off my duff and get going on that dream of mine?

It took me years and the emotional support of my husband to even begin thinking that I could possibly, just maybe, have a business of my own. And I'll write about that sometime.

I was scared of owning my own business because I'd never done it before. And I was stuck in the mode of “needing the security of a job”.

And yet, after three lay offs and a firing I've learned that no job is secure.

And that putting my livelihood in the hands of someone else (an employer) is much scarier than being responsible for it myself.

For now, just know that when you get honest with yourself

  • about your abilities
  • about your insecurities
  • about your level of commitment to your future

And take back the power of being able to do something with your life.

You will see that you can start doing something about your dream.

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  1. Great Post Charlene! I’ve just recently started to learn about Brendon Burchard, he has some valuable videos. I would have to disagree with him about people not being scared. I know that a lot of people are certainly scared to chase their dreams and try to live life on their terms. Fear of failure and it seems to be even more about what people will think of them. You even mentioned you were scared as well. Oh yeah people are scared out there for sure. Great post though Charlene, thanks.

    1. Adrian, oh he talks of being scared, just puts it in different words to help us get honest with ourselves. Too many people won’t admit to being scared. Oh yes, I was scared to do pretty much everything I’ve ended up doing 🙂 Glad you stopped by!

  2. Awesome encouragement! I’m going to keep this page as a bookmark so I can come back to his video! I can tell you surround yourself with positive and successful people! I’m a very lucky to have you as a leader and teammate. Thank you!

    1. Aw Kim, you’re too kind. I’m so glad you’re a part of the team! And yes, I do my best to surround myself with positive and successful people – they’re the ones I want to be like!

  3. Such an excellent post and video! It is so easy to let fear hold us back and blame it on other things. Getting honest with ourselves about our abilities, insecurities and commitment is absolutely crucial to moving past that fear. Thank you Charlene.

  4. Fear of what others may think held me back for the longest time. I have always wanted to write and record my own music but was afraid of what other might say. But finally I realized that I just need to be concerned about how I felt about what I did and not be afraid of what others might think. I did just that and have written a lot of songs and about to release them to the public. Keep your eyes pealed for John Paul DeHaas!

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