You have to believe that your dreams have the right to exist in reality, if they’re ever going to come true.
Maybe you want to write a book, start a business, compete in a strength sport, get a record deal, or live in a van and travel across the country.
Maybe your soul has begged you, for as long as you can remember, to do something that isn’t part of the “plan,” something unorthodox, something uncomfortable.
And maybe you’ve ignored this call because it’s “just a dream,” a fantasy, a “one day” type of thing. Or because you don’t think you’re worthy of it—you don’t have the skills, the resources, the support you think you need.
Maybe you have imposter syndrome.
So do I.
The thing is, you have to do it anyway. No one is going to give you permission. You’ll never have all the resources you need. It will never be the right time. The world will never stop in its tracks for you. And you’ll do it anyway.
Because you must.
You don’t need half of the things you think you need, but you do have to believe you‘ve got the right to manifest your dreams in reality. And you do have to show up every day and do the work.
If you can do that—if you can say, “I just need to get this out into the world; I just need to answer the calling of my soul,” then everything else starts to make sense.
You won’t have any of the answers you’re seeking until you make that choice, until you believe that you’re allowed to do the shit you wanna do.
So, what will you choose?