When did we stop dreaming?

If you ask kids what they want to be when they grow up,
it can be anything from being a scientist to a professional
ice hockey player. If you ask someone at the age of 20, they
have most likely stopped thinking outside the box. They
settle for whatever they can get or they want one of the
traditional jobs that pays enough money to survive.

Should we chose our lives path based on what is ”okay”
and ordinary? No.

I was thinking about my childhood favorite – Harry Potter
and how long it has been since I last saw one of the movies.
That’s when I got the inspiration for this blogpost because
what I love most about fantasy books and movies is that you
are able to get lost in a world where nothing is impossible.

You can create whatever you want in your mind but because
of society and people telling us that we can’t – we stop.
We limit ourselves to what is ”okay to want”. While, the only
one that has to be okay with what you choose, is you

If you want to be the head-chef in the best kitchen in the world,
go for it! If you want to be an elite-gymnast – go work on it!
If you want to be the CEO of your own life, take control.

No one is going to do the job for you, you have to make the
decisions on whether or not you deserve more than those
who choose to settle for less.

I know that I’m going to do great things in my life and I want
to succeed so that I can devote a big part of my life giving back.
I want to help those who can’t help themselves and I just hope
that I can affect someone by the way I choose to live my life.

Grab a pen and a couple pieces of paper (one won’t be enough)
and write down 101 goals. Specific and detailed goals that will
inspire you to do more, to go that extra mile, to work that extra
hour. 101 – can you do it? Prove to yourself that you can, and
whatever you do – always remember, there are no limits
to what 
you can create and believe.

You choose your destiny.

Harry Potter

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