The Dream Fight

“I can kill your dreams, but I can’t kill a plan” ~The Tao of Reggie B. Jackson

Change don’t always come easy, but it surely will come. Or so I’ve been told. I’ve heard and witnessed it enough to know it’s true.

The question is do you wait for change to find time for you or do you make it happen on your own?

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I am a self-described go-getter. I try to always have something in the works on the side for extra income. Yeah, a lot of it fuels my passions too, but really I’m just a restless builder. Always needing to put my hand to something. I have a sneaking suspicion that you’re that way too πŸ€·πŸ½β€β™€οΈ

Well I’ve been pretty transparent that I’ve cut back on some obligations in the last few months. Kinda cleared my path to see new sights. New beginnings.

It’s never about the endings; always about the beginnings.

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Are you afraid of the unknown?

I am 😩! I am! I AM!! That’s answer that bubbles up from my soul. An uneasy feeling for the warrior in my bones. Bravado, no matter how false some days, fans the flames of my desire to take hold of change.

I cannot turn around. Nevertheless, my dream will fade in the morning if I don’t plan to make it through tonight.

A control freak right?

Maybe, just maybe. I’d rather say I’m just a builder. A go-getter.

A house is not constructed without a blueprint. An enterprise is not built without a day planner. I finally bought my new one today!

I am not willing to let my dreams die a premature death, because I failed to honor the visions birthed in me. It’s my responsibility to nurture and fight for them! πŸ‘ˆπŸ½ (Now that sounds like the warrior in me!)

Peace, blessings, and encouragement to you all!

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