Graduating One’s Self

We sometimes become paralyzed by our current situations that we forget to visualize where we are headed. We sometimes bask in the glory of continued success that we fail to recall what it is like to dust ourself off and start anew. Failure becomes such a part of our fabric that when assistance is received or an achievement is accomplished, it is viewed as unfamiliar.

Stop living only for today and dare to imagine your dreams heightened above any expectation you could ever imagine. Stop living only for today as today is merely a temporary condition. Become a forward-thinker. Visionary. Innovator. Do not bind yourself from experiencing something new or a different way of thinking. Paradigm-shift.

Surround yourself with others whom will challenge you and expand your knowledge-base. Develop a personal climate of empowered transformation. Become a risk-tasker. Dare to exceed those around you. Graduate yourself to a level that others said you would never be. Allow your dreams and ideas to become reality.

It was Wilma Rudolph that said, “Never underestimate the power of dreams and the influence of the human spirit. We are all the same in this notion: The potential for greatness lives within each of us.”