For some people, dreams are fantasies, for others they are visions of an ideal future. Your dreams are your ideal circumstances and success is being your dreams to reality. As far fetched as this concept may  seem, it's actually quite possible.

 Ask yourself this question, "What do I want?". What's your answer? Have you ever given it any real thought? A lot of us say things like, "I want to be rich!" Or "I want a huge house and a nice car!". For some though, a dream could include a family, a good career, good health, annual vacations, summer time cookouts, and maybe a nice house, even if it's not a 10 bedroom, 10 bathroom, 3 car garage with a pool house for the in-laws.

 You dreams should a reflection of your true self, a manifestation of your personality, quality traits, and unique tastes. What dreams should actual bring you is happiness. So if owning your own island is your dream, but you're very social, isolating yourself on a tropical island might not be paradise after all.

 Give your dreams, hopes, goals, and aspirations some true thought and identify what you want out of your life because the truth is, you only live once, and why live any other way besides happily.

 Stay strong,

 Clinton N. Downs

© 2017 ClintFit Consulting™

Published by IamClintFit

My name is Clinton Downs and I’m the author of “May, I Work For You”, a book about the system I created and my experiences with it. Be sure to sign up for my free blog, follow me on social media, and check out the Kinobody programs, as we march towards a lifestyle of health, strength, and happiness.

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