We know not where our dreams will take us, but we can probably see quite clearly where we’ll go without them. ~ Marilyn Grey
We have heard the phrase, “Head in the clouds.” This phrase just like the word “weird” and others, get a bad rap.
What do I mean?
“Head in the clouds,” usually is a reference to a young man or woman who acts on whims and/or thinks unrealistically. It refers to a persons behavior and thoughts. Most people who we consider great, all had unrealistic thinking and bogus imaginations in the eyes of others. But, it was those unrealistic thoughts and bogus imaginations that drove them to their success.
Could having your head in the clouds be a good thing?
It is important pay close attention to detail and to live in the present, but “there is no excuse for not having dreams, plans, goals, and aspirations for your future.”
So, we must spend some time in the clouds or we won’t be able to move to the next level in our lives.
What does all this mean?
We are rapidly approaching the end of our 2013 year. Many people will resolve in their hearts to make changes. Know, it takes a healthy balance of Enjoying The Present (click on link) while still making time for your dreams by putting your head in the clouds. Monitor how long you stare to the future because there is no need to neglect the present.
BUT, if you are unable to spend some time on your dreams, you just may find yourself stuck in a past present.
I’ll leave you with this quote…
Dreams are renewable. No matter what our age or condition, there are still untapped possibilities within us and new beauty waiting to be born. ~ Dale E. Turner
Action: Set aside some time and put your head in the clouds. All you need is about 1 hour or less a day until your future becomes the present. Think about what your future will look like and what you need to do to create your ideal future.
Question(s): When is the best time for you to put your head in the clouds? (Please leave a comment below.)Bryant MTN Universal Be the wEiRd this world needs!
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