Manifesto for Lost Dreams

Overcoming your limits is a great feeling. It’s redefining who you are. It’s the prize you forged out of blood, sweat and tears. It’s more valuable than any medal. It boosts your self-confidence and pushes you to go even further. Imagine waking up every day knowing you’re better than yesterday and that you’ll be even better tomorrow. This is one of the best feelings in the world.

I get this feeling every week. And I want to help you do the same.

You know that quote you see on billboards, in cafés or airports: “Impossible is nothing”? Well, it’s bullshit. A lot of things are impossible. Turning water into wine and licking your earlobes are some of them. But most things in life are impossible only inside your head. These are the things we dream of when we’re alone under a blanket. We wish for them while blowing out birthday candles, but we never dare to say them out loud. Our parents labeled such ideas as unsafe, our friends called them crazy and at one point somebody told us “that can’t be done”. So we took those dreams and filed them as impossible. And we all have little shoe boxes where we keep them:

Ideal job

Fabulous figure

Effortless income

Endless free time

You name it

All our crazy childhood dreams, unspoken wishes, and abandoned ideals are stored in these boxes. We cram our unrealistic hopes in them and deposit the boxes in a dark corner of our minds. Then we leave them there, hidden from the ridicule of the world, waiting for the dust of oblivion to settle on top.

But I say it’s time to take them out. It’s time to redefine the impossible and prove what we are capable of. It’s time to dust off those lost dreams and start making them real!

“Yeah, I hear you say, this is all some nice pep talk. But how do you plan on making it real? How do you know it can be done?”

Because I’ve seen it. I was a skeptic, just like you, until I began looking at case studies. I’ve studied dozens of people doing things they never thought possible.

Learning 5 languages without spending a dime while having a full-time job? This guy did it and so can you. Do you think playing drums in a rock concert after a week of practice is impossible? Tim Ferriss did it and so can you. Does dropping out of college and becoming a bestselling author sound incredible? Ryan Holiday did it and so can you. Still believe losing weight while eating doughnuts and pancakes is unrealistic? I do this every week (find out how here and here). Now it’s your turn.

Here’s the plan: I’m building a group of like-minded people who are ready to fight for their dreams. It’s a place where driven and ambitious persons from around the world share their experiences, motivate each other and ask for advice on how to jump over hurdles. Are you stuck in a difficult spot? There’s a good chance that someone in our group has been in a similar situation before and can help. In this community we view limits as challenges. And we love a good challenge. We approach every idea methodically, pick each other up when necessary and work on making our dreams come true. Think of it as motivation on meth combined with study skills on speed.

If you’re reading this, it means that I think you would be a good fit for our group. Or a friend of yours does. Either way, if you’re willing to find out what your true potential is, then click on the link below:

Come and join us

It’s free and if you don’t like it you can leave anytime.

Or maybe stay and watch the impossible become real.

Have a friend who is really motivated and ready to take on the world? Send him this link:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheDreamAchieversGroup/


 

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