“We mustn’t let our dreams die in the daylight because we lose focus while responding to the world’s lame interests or false emergencies.” — Brendon Burchard
Have you noticed how much time you spend attending to the demands of others while letting go of the string that your dreams are attached to. You may be doing work that is not your best work, or you may be working for someone who is a tyrant or you may be abused by words or actions of others and you retreat from being truly who you are.
A return to self isn’t about being selfish it is about being authentic and living the life you were designed to live. Your gifts, talents and strengths were meant to be used and not hidden from the world and too often it is the case that your best talents are not put to their best use.
Too many people have had their dreams crushed by others who were in full pursuit of their own interests. You might be one of those people who have worked for a bully or someone who didn’t want to help you be your best. You may be doing work because it was what someone else wanted for you and you wanted to please them. You may have given up your dreams so that someone else could achieve theirs. What happened when you did that? What did you lose?
What are your strengths?
What are your dreams?
What are you giving up to live the life you are now living?
What would it take for you to start using your strengths and to start moving towards your dreams? A return to self would allow you to be your best self and to allow you to make your best contribution. What do you think?