This past weekend I listened to a podcast by Cliff Ravenscraft, the Podcast Answerman on Ambition (episode 445). In this episode he talked about letting your voice be heard regarding your vision and dreams for life. Two week’s ago on episode 50 I talked about how we should be dreaming God-sized dreams. What we dream affects our thoughts and impacts our future.
Just today I found on Twitter from @CoachChristineC, who is in my community said this on her profile. “Don’t give up on your goals just because it takes time to see results.” I was so impacted by that statement I responded in-kind, “and that’s the problem, people want that quick win. We can’t always have it. This is why we should keep pressing forward.” To which she said, “Yes, I see it all the time. What they don’t realize is that if they hadn’t quit it was right around the corner.”
The beauty of not quitting is to lay hold of the prize. It’s in that moment we have the opportunity to go to the next level.
Talked about in today’s episode no particular order.:
- Google Play Music – The Podcast is live!
- I desire to see this podcast reach thousands, not just hundreds.
- I desire my blog to enrich 10’s of thousands of people by helping them find their voice to get their message out to the world.
- Are these selfish dreams and aspirations or are they something God has placed in my heart?
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