That’s a picture of Google with just 34 employees. Every great endeavor starts with a vision and a dream. Do you float through life with no great goals, spending nights and weekends surfing the couch, or are you working toward something greater? What is your dream? Is it making a new electric-pancake flipping spatula? Is it making the world a better place through your volunteer efforts? Is it one day to write a book? Or perhaps you’re living it right now, educating women and men in the Red Pill ways of the world, which is important.
Dreams don’t need to be static, as some dreams can be accomplished. Want to through-hike the Appalachian Trail or qualify for Kona? Or to start your own successful business? Those are hard and fast goals that can be accomplished. What then? Are you satisfied to be average and live an average life, or do you have dreams to be something more? If you are happy with the former, then keep at it, since life is really about happiness. But I also believe life is about experiencing and building something more, to pass on a world for our kids through our own experiences or improvements that can continue to make things “better” for them and their generation. And there is something to be said for hard work and extending yourself beyond your comfort zone that is extremely rewarding in its own right, success or failure be damned.
If you don’t know what your dream is yet, that’s ok. I find reading often sparks innovative ideas and interests and can be a springboard for trying new things and finding that dream. Sometimes finding peace and happiness, or having quality time with your family and friends are dreams enough. Volunteering at the fire department or being a “buddy reader” at elementary schools or through your church can be fulfilling as well. Define it in your own way, don’t let anyone tell you what that is. You may need to unlock your mind and expand your horizons to find it, but it is out there.
Do you have a dream?