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Monday, 31 December 2012

Year 2013 message

In this year, I bless you all,
With a passionate voice from Africa!
I urge you all, home and abroad,
To stand in the same passion and believe that;
  • 2013 is a year for big stories not yet written!
  • 2013 is a year for great monuments not yet created!
  • 2013 is a year for great speeches not yet made!
  • 2013 is a year for sweet songs not yet sung
  • 2013 is a year for lovely friends not yet met!
  • 2013 is a year for great books not yet published!
  • 2013 is a year for celebrity goals not yet scored!
  • 2013 is a year for historic machines not yet invented

Just believe it and be passionate in your field of endeavour!
Don’t waste any minute of the year!
Get up and work towards your purpose!
Go out and start doing the great things yet to be done!
God will help you release the best things He put in you!

Yours Sincerely,
Israelmore Ayivor

Sunday, 30 December 2012

Be thankful, do not complain

Use your breath to give thanks to God for what you have or what you don’t have. Don’t waste that same breath complaining about what you lack. Complaining had never solved any problem on earth before and I believe it will never do. In any way, don’t be silent on your problems. Be bold to clear them out and give thanks in hope of a better revival. God is not interested in the cause. Rather, He is concerned a little about the progress and then largely about the solution. If you want to get something uncommon, just rise up and give God an uncommon praise.

Think positively positive

The altitude of your accomplishments is directly proportional to the thoughts that run through your mind. Take your time to think positively because your thoughts are the foundations on which your actions rest on. Shameful actions lead to shameful results and worthy actions lead to praiseworthy results; all gaining their sources from shameful thoughts and worthy thoughts respectively. What do you think aboutit again before you bring it out through your lips.

Each day as a block for your Castle

If you take each day in a bold step to do something little about your dreams, you will definitely create a greater structure just like what you envision. The method is very easy. Just let every single day count as you take the challenge to do something little about what you truly dream about. It will surprise those who think you can’t do it because they will never and can never account for how it was done. Thunt profitably in your life.

The better you

Work towards being “a better you” as never before. It is a strategy to be used for self-improvement and works excellently. You cannot go to the top just on taking a step. Many steps are needed for you to get there! One thing not to forget is to let your ‘today’ be better than your ‘yesterday’ and your ‘tomorrow’, hopefully better than your ‘today’. In your spiritual, academic, economic and social life, this principle is very paramount and has two main benefits. First, it helps you to raise your bar inch by inch, then secondly it watches that you neither remain stagnant nor static.

-Israelmore Ayivor

What determines the Success God created you for

According to Robert Kiyosaki, “the size of your success is measured by the strength of your desire; the size of your dreams; and how you handled disappointment along the way”.
The strength of your desire: If you truly desire something, you long for it; you work and wait for it. If it’s going to take you 10 years, you still wait for it and you can’t be free without being passionate about it.
The size of your dreams: What you dream about is what you achieve. When your dream is big, your success will be big and vice versa. Take time to dream, and when you dream, let it be as big as you can imagine.
How you handle disappointment: When you are disappointed, you own it to yourself to agree and accept that status or not. You do not become defeated by drowning in the water; you become defeated by remaining there. There were many people who used their disappointments to turn over. You can be one of them.

Don't be afraid to take risks

It is often said that “for you to see new continents, you must be willing to lose the sight of the shore”. People, who cannot stand the tremendous and fearful nature of the ocean, are perhaps not ready to explore into other lands of convenience. It is same in life when people remain where they are just because they are afraid to take risk. Don’t be among the many folks who are limited by timidity against their future prospects. Dare to move forward and never let your own dark shadows frighten you. You can be great, just dare and never be afraid.

Tuesday, 11 December 2012

# 6. TEAM WORK: Six (6) IMPACT tools for raising the bar

“Two heads are better than one” says Ecclesiastics 4:9.
Some said TEAM means Together, Everyone Achieves More. It is very true and nothing less! Team work has raised the bars of many folks in the world’s history;

The first to list here are Orville Wright and Wilbur Wright, popularly known as Orville brothers who worked together and invented the first airplane though the sharing of mechanical ideas and skills to raise the bar globally as far as 17th December 1903.

Next are John Wesley and Charles Wesley co-operate founder of the Methodist church, affectionately called the Wesley brothers. They worked together as missionaries and raised their bars high to a height difficult to attain even today! John Wesley died on 2nd March 1791 at age 88 with over 40,000 individual sermons preached. Charles Wesley died on 29th March 1788 with uncountable number of poems written and more than 6500 Christian hymns written. All these happened because of committed team work.

In 2006, the highest scientific award in pharmaceutical industry known as Discoveries award went to three scientists; Henry Davies Jnr, Margaret Van Heek and Kevin Alton for the discovery of Zetia. Zetia is a drug used to break down cholesterol level of patients and advanced “statins” which existed twenty years ago. Zetia was used to treat cardiovascular diseases and is 400 times potent than other best drug with the same desired effect. This is excellence through team work. Through this team work, Davies, Van Heek and Alton saved lives of millions of patients.

Working together brings about a higher output.

# 5. CONSTITUENCY: Six (6) IMPACT tools for raising the bar.

Constituency according to this concept refers to external or internal constituents or factors that support or rejects your nomination for setting higher standard. In politics you will identify that a stronghold constituency for a candidate is the area where this candidate obtains majority of the votes cast.

In this concept, your stronghold constituency is not a physical geographical location that gives you power to rule, rather the talents and skill constituted in you that makes you reign and believe it or not those talents are unique to you. You can’t live in the stronghold constituency of someone and sail through easily.

The whole world heard of many footballers like Ronaldo, Messi and Rooney. We can also testify of the talented goal keeping skills of Oliver Khan, Van der Sar and Dida, just to mention a few. The former list belongs to the constituency of footballers and the later, goal keepers. Just think of how ridiculous and awkward it will be for Ronaldo or Messi to decide that he is now going to the goalkeepers’ constituencies. Likewise Oliver Khan will also perform abysmally when given the chance to function in the later constituency.

# 4. ATTITUDE: Six (6) IMPACT tools for raising the bar

“Your attitude, not your aptitude determines your altitude”-Zig Ziglar
Psychologists define attitude as a learned tendency to evaluate things in a certain way. This can include how you evaluate people, how you address issues, how you confront other, how you respond to events etc. Your aptitude defines your natural ability or tendency. Your altitude describes the heights of your bar.
As a matter of fact, your researchers also discovered that there are several different components that make up attitudes and relating them to this concept, we have a few as;
  • a.       An emotional component: How one feels about a circumstance or an event especially that related to your past glories and present histories.
  • b.      A cognitive component: What you think is real or factual about an incidence, be it a vision you dream to achieve.
  • c.       A behavioural component: How your evaluations influence your actions.

An attitude could be explicit or implicit. Explicit attitude is the kind with which we are fully conscious of it and it influences our behavioural patterns in our awareness. Implicit attitudes remain unconscious and yet still also influence our sense of beliefs.

Based on few experience, we choose to evaluate things in certain ways. That is our attitude. Many people have negative attitudes that tells them that “it’s impossible” and it’s very unfortunate these are the people who remain static because their negative attitudes have an influence on their motion to raise their bars

# 3. POSITION: Six (6) IMPACT tools for raising the bar

“Blessed is the man who does not walk in the council of the ungodly, nor stands in the way of the sinners, nor sits in the seats of the scornful…. He shall be like a tree planted beside the rivers of waters…” Psalm 1:1, 3.
Position describes where you put yourself and where you put yourself is by far a very big tool to create who you become. Everywhere you stand, or sit or walk produce something out of you and that something is a product produced by the position.

A student cannot be depositing himself at “fan fairs”, “night clubs” and “dating corners”, etc. when his friends are learning in the classroom and still expect to have the same level of bar as they have. Wherever you put yourself gives you whatever it gives.

I was watching a football match between Chelsea FC and Manchester United FC years back and I happened to discover through that game the major role that position plays in determining our success. It all happened when Chelsea played their optimum skills and earned 60% ball possession against their opponents’ 40%. However the end result yielded three goals against the dominant Chelsea team. What really made the team to lose was the miss-position of their goal keeper which made them conceded the goals. The ambitions of the 11 men in the blue jerseys sunk narrowly as this number 11 blue jersey bearer almost always deposit himself on the “off-side position” and whenever the ball is being passed to him, the whistle blows and the flag goes up.

Are you putting yourself in the right position or you are always “off”? Remember not every position welcomes victory!

# 2. MOTIVATIONS: Six (6) IMPACT tools for raising the bar.

“People say motivations don’t last. But neither does bathing. That’s why I recommend it ever y day”- Zig Ziglar (American Motivational Speaker).
Everyone daring to lift the level of his bar needs to be motivated to do so. Two sources of motivations exist; extrinsic and intrinsic sources. You may receive motivations from people like counselors, Preachers, friends, relatives etc., and those are from extrinsic sources. However the other side of the sources of motivation that makes you retain all those motivations is the intrinsic source also know known as “self-motivation”. Self-motivated dreamers are those who have a very little to entertain about “inferiority intensions” under whose Lordship your tendency to give up becomes easy. Self-motivation is to get up and tell yourself that “yes I can… yes, I qualify for it”.

“Stay away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that”- Mark Twain, rather mount the shoulders of giants and you will see farther than them, raising your bar inch by inch.
Karen Miller exercised this by courageously saying “when someone tells me “no”, it doesn’t mean I can’t. It simply means I can’t do it with him”. This is a great saying to relief signs and symptoms of intimidation and inferiority that kept people static for ages now. Tricia Cunningham sent an advisory note to all “naysayers” saying “the individual who says it is not possible should move out of the way of those doing it”
Join groups that inspire you positively and motivate your to take on the future with courage.

# 1. INFORMATION: Six (6) IMPACT tools for raising the bar

Albert Einstein said “information is knowledge” and stressed that its’ a tool for paving a broader way. Information is the light we use to find our dark ways out. When information comes, ignorance flees.
Information exists in two forms; the good and the bad. Information could be beneficial or detrimental. Good information properly used becomes beneficial while bad information used any how is strictly detrimental. Good information wrongly used is equally detrimental as the use of bad information.

Sources of information include the libraries, text books, lecture or lesson notes, pieces of advice, internet, and etc. One typical area where a good source of information is almost always used wrongly and produces a detrimental effect is the internet. This happens when users take advantage of this media to download dirty movies, pornographies and open unnecessary sites to appeal to their unwholesome egos.\

Friday, 30 November 2012

# 7. Wrong definition of failure: (Seven main reasons why peopel become quitters)

People who hold wrong perceptions about failure can never bear success badges on their chests. Dictionary defines failure as “lack of success” or “a person who is unsuccessful”, no controversy. That is from the dictionary anyway, but to great achievers, this definition is incomplete until you add words of hope to it and these words of hope make failure seem beneficial. To great achievers, failure is an opportunity, or a privilege, or a credit to really put you on course. Henry Ford proposed that “failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, and this time, more intelligently”.

The greatest concern of Abraham Lincoln about failure is “whether you are content with your failure?” This question will either make you to quit or to try again depending on the answer you would provide. Lincoln suggested “it is better to try and fail than not to try at all”. Winston Churchill agreed by declaring, “Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm”. Dare to fail and you will succeed at the end of your trial.

“Every failure brings with it the seed of an equivalent success”- Napoleon Hill
“Just because you fail once doesn’t mean you’re gonna fail at everything”- Marilyn Monroe
“It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed”- Theodore Roosevelt
“Only those who dare to fail greatly can achieve greatly”- Robert F. Kennedy

As an aspiring achiever, you need to have many dreams and “if one dream should fall and break into a thousand pieces, never be afraid to pick one of those piece and begin again”, said Flavia Weedn.  Don’t listen to mockeries and insults from people. Their attitude shouldn’t make you to give up on your dreams. Rather mount the shoulders of giants and you will see farther than them!

When it seems all hopes are lost, you can still go. Franklin Roosevelt said “when you get to the end of the rope, tie a knot and hung on”. Get something to stick yourself to, the knot is enough. If you don’t stick or hung on something valuable, you can’t get there; “consider the postage stamp. Its usefulness consists in the ability to stick to one thing till it gets there”, said Josh Billings.

# 6. A Search for pleasure: (Seven (7) main reasons why people become quitters)

It is unfortunate that people are more conscious of associating success with happiness. Happiness may be listed among the features of success anyway, but cannot be the success itself. In any case, over consciousness of pleasurable entertainments lead people into premature spendthrift folly and this leaves them broke. To them, all about success is “rise and chill”. People with this mental attitude only resort to withdrawal when things seem though!

# 5. Lack of Change: (Seven (7) main reasons why people become quitters)

To succeed, you need to switch onto a better attitude, a better value, a better relationship and better goals. Some people are willing to make indelible impacts in their fields of endeavor, but their current attitude cannot accommodate success. All they need is to reconstruct their parlous estates and they will welcome success in a ceremonial way. It’s only two things; either you change or you quit.

“Decide what you want. Decide what you are willing to exchange for it” (HL Hunt).

You don’t need money or meals to change yourself; “what is necessary to change a person is to change his awareness of himself”, said Abraham Maslow.

-Israelmore Ayivor

# 4. Fear of competition: (Seven main reasons why people become quitters)

Competition never kills because it has never killed anyone before. People are easily defeated when they see others doing what they can do in a far better way. They however reject all hopes that they can make it to that level. If you think like this, you will forever be a quitter. Start in a small way, but let the sky be below your limit.

-Israelmore Ayivor

# 3. Inability to pay the cost: (Seven (7) main reasons why people become quitters)

Most people also quit because, they are unable to pay the cost of fulfilling their dreams and eventually, their purposes. Most of these people think success is as easy as a night dream. Sorry to say “success is not bagged on the silver platter”. Neither is it day dreamt.

Rather, it is bargained for and worked for and paid for in the expected currency. You can’t be an achiever without determination, persistence, endurance and persistence. These qualities differentiate a dream worker from a mere dreamer.

-Israelmore Ayivor

# 2. Lack of determination: (Seven (7) main reasons why people become quitters)

“The main reason why most people fail is because they tend to look at how far they still have to go instead of how far they have come”- Anonymous.

Looking at the journey ahead, people are likely to quit on comparing the number of potholes they jumped over to the number they need to jump over again! At a point, all unseen voices will mass up in one tune to tell you; “give up”!

Beware of those voices because the same voices will tell you “thumb up” when you at last persist to triumph.

# 1. Poor preparation: (Seven (7) main reasons why people become quitters)

A task poorly prepared for will only do the best that a lorry does when it is out of fuel. Or fair enough, a fuelled vehicle with the driver’s feet on the brake pads. A poorly prepared person is linked to the five (5) foolish virgins that the scripture talked about in Matthew 25 who were compelled to give up because of unpreparedness.

To prepared means to set aside points, values, deadlines and clear lines of action as far as goals are concerned. A usual saying reads; “Prior preparation produces peak performance” and in the same vain we can say “proper preparation prevents poor performance”. Poor preparation leads to the following three (3) points;
  • 1.      Pointlessness: A person without a clear definition of goals and purpose will have no clear action to take.
  • 2.      Procrastination: A person who lacks preparation extends tasks into the future since he meets things that must but dealt with by well thought schedules.
  • 3.      Perplexed mood: Once with an undefined goal, one will be perplexed since he will not know of where to start and where to end.
In every pursuit, prepare before you set off since there is only a thin line that exists between success and failure. That thin line is “Preparation”.

# 4. A step:(Four Keys for "Starting Small")

“A journey of thousand miles must begin with a step”, said by Lao Tzu. Without a step, your desire and your thoughts are wastes. Without a real step, you are like a well fuelled vehicle, sparked with exhaust coming out of the pipes and under the vehicle are four flat tyres. What can you go with those four flat tyres? You can’t go anywhere! You will only waste the fuel because if you say “I want to get a hell out of here”, the flat tyres will reply “We won’t allow that shit”.

It does not matter the amount or type of fuel in the vehicle; the “leg” must be changed since they contribute the movement. With all set, “start small”.

# 3. Courage: (Four (4) Keys for "Starting Small")

Sarah Ban Breathnach said “Begin today. Declare out loud to the universe that you are willing to let of the struggles and eager to learn through joy”. It takes courage to open a new set of pages in your life.

Courage is an inward declaration of personal willingness to do something you have resolved to do. With courage, you shout and say “all is right, and I can do it now”! Once the thought is achievable, backed by desire, courage says “let’s go now!”

# 2. Thought: (Four (4) Keys for "Starting Small"

“First come the thoughts, then the organization of the thoughts into ideas and plans; then transformation of those plans into reality. The beginning as you will observe, is in your imagination”- the words of Napoleon Hill.

You can and must imagine a big dream, no controversy. However, your thoughts must tell you it is possible and this gives you the hope to start!

# 1. Desire: Four (4) Keys for "Starting Small"

“Desire is the starting point of all achievements; not a hope, not a wish; but a keen pulsating desire which transcends everything”, said Napoleon Hill. Desire, also known as passion, is a strongly compelling emotion to do something. It is different from “like”.

When you like something, you do it at the time the interest arrives but when you desire something, will are willing to do it with commitment! Passion is a drive or an enthusiasm that can carry you far to break every chain to do what you want. Desire could be profitable or unprofitable. An unprofitable desire is called “lust” which is not a virtue, but a vice.

Israelmore Ayivor

Wednesday, 28 November 2012

# 5. Personal branding- (Five (5) things it takes to be an achiever)

Do you know how those great achievers left their success footprints on earth? It was by how they branded themselves and you can also do the same and be like them! Branding of self has to do with adding a “specific” name tag to yourself and by that name tag, you are being marketed. Any one that sees that tag reflecting in you will proclaim “that is the person we were talking about”!

If you brand yourself as a “smoker”, everyone who heard about you and sees you for the first time may be inspecting you with glances to see if smokes are coming out of your nostrils even at the time that you are not smoking! What you say, how you said it and why you said it; what  you do, how you did it and why you did it; how you feel and how you react when you feel that way, all goes into branding you with a “peculiar” trade mark that tells the whole world who you are.

# 4. Positive affirmations: - (Five (5) things it takes to be an achiever)

No great achiever had ever down-sized him or herself into a state of unworthiness. Take note; you can’t make any positive impact if you keep repeating it to yourself “I am a failure”. No. If you really want to dream and have your dreams established, you have to say positive things about yourself. Epitectus confirmed this by saying “first say to yourself what you would be; and then do what you do” and you will surely become the very person you dream to be.

“Whatever we plant in our subconscious mind and nourish with repetition and emotion will one day become a reality”- Earl Nightingale

Buy books that inspire you positively. For instance, a book which mainly focuses on putting positive affirmations on the tongues of all young dreamers. Join groups with positive themes and activities. Choose friends who instill positive behaviours into you!

# 3. Constant improvement:- (Five (5) things it takes to be an achiever)

Decades ago, the Wright brothers (Orville and Wilbur) worked together to invent the first airplane which was made up of frames of metallic bars. Today, pictures of that first airplane do not look attractive in any way. Ask why and you will get the answer to be “improvement”. Today’s airplane is really different from the model invented initially and I believe if the first inventors are resurrected from the grave today to pilot today’s airplane, they might ask for some time to learn about it.

Why? It is because there were series of improvements and modifications on what was first developed and each attempt to modify the structure earns the machine more comfort.  Improvement is geared towards attaining excellence. It clearly tells us that a dream is not achieved overnight. You keep improving on upon what you dream about and work out the improvements with passion till the final product is ready to be celebrated with excellence.

If you dream about writing a book, believe it or not, you just don’t have it published on the following day. You need to draft, edit, re-edit, type… all these are meant and geared towards improving what you envision. Thus maybe you write one chapter per week or less and once committed, you will have the true version of your dream book.

As an aspiring achiever, set goals for yourself and every single step you take should shape your dream into its divine format! Take today as another day to add another block to the castle you envision!

“Repetition of the same thought or personal action develops into a habit when repeated frequently enough becomes an automatic reflex”- Norman Vincent Peale

# 2. Self-Analysis - (Five (5) things it takes to be an achiever)

Self-analysis or self-audit is a qualitative measure of regular personal assessment meant to identify any inclination or declination in personal exploits. By the attitude of self-analysis, a destined achiever or an aspiring achiever becomes aware of whether he/she is on track or wallowing in a pit of stagnation.
To audit yourself, order you conducts aright and watch yourself from the back to see how you are faring. You also ask questions about what you are doing and how you are doing it. Think about who you impress and why you impress that person. Through this you will discover the acts that add value to you and your accomplishments.

All achievers in one way or the other had encountered a tap on their respective shoulders through daily experiences that kept telling them to “get back on track”. They also had encouragements at certain times and rebukes from people who are truly responsible and offered them a mentoring directions. Rebukes made them realized that they were drifting and all they need to do is to re-align.
Carefully offer the opportunity to similar minded people to inform you about where you are heading towards and you will surely be there!

# 1. Consistent Commitment (Five (5) things it takes to be an achiever)

“Commitment unlocks the doors of imagination, allows visions and gives us the “right stuff” to turn our dreams into reality”,says James Womack (a great author). To be committed means “to be dedicated to a task or a purpose”. All great achievers, both living and gone, had in one way or the other stayed true to what they pursued and it was all success they accumulated at the end. You can also be like them! Why not?
In other to be like them, you must show commitment to what you do. Commitment is different from interest. When you have an interest, you do it only when circumstances permit. However when you are committed, nothing can stop you!

“It was character that got us out of bed; commitment that moved us into action and discipline that enables us to follow through”- Zig Ziglar (American motivational speaker and author).

You don’t have to waste your time jumping from one task to another if unnecessary. That is inconsistency! A rolling stone gathers no moss, and by often falling to the same spot, the rain drops make holes in the rock! Be committed; be consistent and you will definitely be like them!

You will also be like them

My eyes gripped a scene on the screen a while ago when I was watching a televised documentary. The documentary was about African culture and that episode revealed pictures about African rites somewhere in the western diaspora. The shot that brought my attention to this concept was the coverage of a cemetery ground featured in the documentary. I saw a sign post mounted beside the main entrance of the fenced graveyard and on it was written “we were once like you; you will also be like us”.
On the spot I became terrified as if the inscription was written by one of the inmates of those immovable tombs and was reading it to me in voice saying “we were once like you; you will also be like us”. It took me few hours to appreciate the faultlessness of the statement after reality dawned on me. I agreed and whispered to myself, “It is a fact”. One day soon to come, our fleshes will also find resting spaces under one of those compacted stony frames although that will never be our spirit’s home.
I agree will everyone who believes and affirms “no condition is permanent”. With time, everything will change.

“For everything that the future holds, one thing is certain; it will not be the same”- Alan More
In everyone’s life, it is certain that the future will never be the same! It will definitely change whether positively or negatively!
Your assignment on earth is just to envision the future to see its change as positive. A future well-planned is always bright!

“The quality of persons’ life is in direct proportion to their commitment to excellence, regardless of their chosen field of endeavor”- Vince Lombardi.
As an aspiring achiever, you have celebrated achievers who were once like you, young and dreaming big. If you truly dream and stay committed to be a great achiever like they were, you must first acknowledge this fact that they were once like you! Once they were once like you, why won’t you also be like them one day? You can, and will definitely be like them! You can graduate to that peak of excellence even being more than they were! Always put this on your tongue and affirm it every day!

Tuesday, 27 November 2012

# 7. Dreaming is not a crime- (Seven (7) facts about dreams)

Nobody had ever been arrested yet on this earth on account of over-dreaming! It therefore means as long as you can dream, you have neither offended the monarchs nor the Pope!
 If dreaming had been a crime, the world would have been the same way it was few minutes after creation; no castles and no gadgets would have been in existence if it were so. All the past and present heroes we see or hear of who have contributed to make the earth a place of comfort would have spent the rest of their days in jail if dreaming were to be an evil act. You are safe to dream!

“Man alone has the power to transform his thoughts into physical reality; man alone, can dream and make his dreams come true”- Napoleon Hill

# 6. Dreams are not expensive- (Seven (7) facts about dreams)

Dreams are not costly at all. It does not take anything from you to dream big! You don’t pay anything to anyone in order to obtain permit to dream. No organization, not even an agency, governmental or non-governmental has ever been given a task to determine the size of people’s dreams. It would have been unfair on the sides of great achievers we see or hear of today if dreams were to be directly proportional to the money they have had in their pockets initially.

It takes a child to dream; it equally takes an elderly person to dream. Rich men and paupers, all have an equal privilege to maximize the length and breadth of their dreams anytime, anyhow and in any way! Don’t stop dreaming! Dreaming doesn’t stop the moment you are old.
“You are never too old to set another goal or to dreams another dream” (C.S Lewis). You have the whole time of your life to dream. It is free!

# 5. Dreams position you well- (Seven (7) facts about dreams)

It is very obvious that anyone who dreams and works towards the fulfillment of his dreams is carried automatically from a state of deficiency to a state of affluence. A dream worker meets new friends, new discoveries and new areas of success to recover. Remember, to meet those new dimensions, beware of how you position yourself. Not every position on the football field is conducive for goal scoring. You can’t be at an offside position and still think you can score a genuine goal.
Dream big and offer your dreams to put you in the right position for their fulfillment. Mike Tyson once said,

 “I am a dreamer, I have to dream and reach for the stars, and if I miss a star, then I grab a handful of clouds”

When you dream about biggest things, you will by all means capture bigger things. And if your dreams are bigger, the worst that may ever happen to you is to achieve big things.

# 4. Dreams are raw; actions cook them- (Seven(7) facts about dreams)

The first step in accomplishing you dreams is the discovery of your purpose. Next to follow is dreaming about the fulfillment of the purpose you have discovered. That purpose becomes achieved the moment actions are perfectly taken to fulfill the dreams dreamt about.

“A dream doesn’t become a reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work”- Colin Powell

It is very obvious that spectators and bench player in a football stadium have a negligible influence on the ability of a football team to win. It’s only those who dress up and enter the game to change the worsts to the bests that have the credibility and quality to be called real dreamers.
You may have a dream or a vision towards an achievement of something eyes have not yet seen, but without actions, bet me; it’s just a fantasy that ends in thoughts and words. Remember, thoughts do more, words do much; but actions do much more.

“Vision without ACTION is merely a dream. ACTION without vision just passes the time. Visions with ACTION can change the world”- Joel Barker

You must be willing to be responsible for the actions needed to have the dreams you dreamt fulfilled. Take a close notice of this fact; “Happy are those who dream dreams and are willing to pay the price to make them come true”- Anonymous. Wake up to cook up your dreams to the best taste of the world. Start now!

# 3. Dreams make you an innovator- (Seven (7) facts about dreams)

With well-defined dreams, you can be able to create something that was not in existence until you took the courage and patience to dream and make a new thing altogether or make something already existing in an uncommonly excellent way.
A dreamer brings in things that are marvelous and serve as a role model for other to imitate. A dreamer also sees the dawn earlier before anyone else wakes up. This was what Oscar Wildes was trying to decode in his quotation when he said; 

“Yes, I am a dreamer. For a dreamer is the one who can only find his way by the moonlight, and his punishment is that he sees the dawn before the rest of the world”

Dreamers are leaders because they pave the ways for people to trek on and they win in their own style. Take your time to dream big and you will discover the responsibilities to accomplished them. Keep saying and confirming it in your life “I have a big dream” and you will never get bored to fulfill the responsibilities you have identified to respond to with your abilities.

# 2. Dreams tell you are still alive- (Seven (7) facts about dreams)

"When you cease to dream, you cease to live”, said Malcom Forbes. From the scope of this concept, we can settle a fact here; thus there is a difference between a person who is truly alive and another who is merely breathing and that difference is a dream.
Anyone who lacks dreams, lack an access to a fulfilled live. A fulfilled life is rated by the number of dreams that fulfilled your purpose of existence as evidenced by how swift you are able fly beyond every reasonable doubt to set your foot on success. A person who has deficiency of dreams is the one who merely lives and breathes without a thoughtful future and his / her wage is to stand still in that dreamless future without any fulfillment.

“Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die, life is a broken-winged bird that cannot fly”- Langston Hughes.