Personal Growth

Why Big Dreams Aren't Necessarily Better Dreams

June 10, 2014

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Do you ever feel pressured to dream big?

As though if you’re not trying to save the world, learn four languages or build a billion dollar company, that you must not be ambitious enough?

While some people feel confident with their personal appetite for — and definition of — success, I’ve noticed that some folks are struggling with what I call small dream shame: an insidious angst and drive to aim higher, “think bigger” and strive for more.

But what if dreaming big is actually crushing your soul?

That’s the exact topic we’re tackling on today’s episode of MarieTV.

You’ll learn why bigger dreams aren’t necessarily better dreams and why thinking (and dreaming) independently is the secret to real success.

In the comments below, let your dream freak-flag fly.

Big, small or in between — I’d love to hear about your dream life. Not society’s. Not your parents’. Not your friends’.

Especially for this week’s challenge: please be a specific as you can.

The more clear and concrete you can be about the life and business you most want to create, the easier it will be for you to bring that vision to life.

Thank you, as always, for contributing so generously and kindly.

You make this the best, most supportive and inspiring place to be online.

With all my love and appreciation,

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