In the beginning, dreams tend to fall into two categories:
1. Easily attainable and well within reach
2. Completely unrealistic in any predictable period of time
Both of these are seen as being equally safe because they don’t stretch us in any way that makes us accountable to them. Over time, however, as people achieve some of their dreams, their confidence builds and they begin to acknowledge those interim dreams that build the bridge between the dreams we have already achieved and the dreams that seem completely unattainable at first. With the pursuit and attainment of every dream, however small or seemingly insignificant, people develop skills for identifying, chasing, and accomplishing goals and dreams.
From The Dream Manager
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