Too bad it took me until about age 40 to learn this lesson.
Please enjoy this great post from my friend Dayle . . .
When you’re around babies, it’s easy to dream.
What will they be when they grow up? (I’m still asking myself that question.) What will they enjoy doing? What will they be good at?
Dreaming is the springboard to trying. It’s where we all begin and get past where we are. It’s hope with great potential.
I watched Walter with a heart of compassion, as he zoned out, dreaming of what he might be. Fantasy was his default. Short-circuited by his lack of self-confidence, he endured his job. He was good at what he did–a negative assets manager at Life magazine. His attention to detail, his commitment to excellence in his job weren’t recognized or appreciated by…
View original post 413 more words