What Now?

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What do you do when you’ve achieved your dream? Start on another dream.

But what if your dream didn’t work out, what then? Start on another dream.

What if you crashed and burned with your dream? Pick yourself up and start on another dream.

How about, though, if you made a mistake by listening to someone else and you didn’t try for your dream and now it’s too late? Pinky-swear promise yourself that you will never ever not try for your dreams because someone else has a different idea about what you should and should not do, and then start on another dream.

What if, though, you made a fool of yourself when you started toward your dream? Look around you and you’ll see that not everyone is laughing at you. These are your true friends and supporters. Thank Team You for sticking by you, turn your back on the others, and start on another dream.

What if the dream you’ve already achieved is so big and so amazingly awesome that you’re afraid you’ll never come close to topping it; what do you do then? Recognize that achieving your dreams is not a competition. The whole point of achieving your dreams is to fully express the beauty that is you. In so doing, you live your destiny and the world truly is a better place for having you in it. Spend time in quiet contemplation letting your brightest passion reveal itself to you. Then, to manifest this new passion, start on another dream!

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Your homework today is to power through to completion with your current dream, celebrate fully and completely, and then start on another dream!

You can do it! You have what it takes!

I’m so very proud of you!

Your Friend and Pep Pal,

Lauren

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