When I was very young, I wanted to save the world. I watched Superman and other superheroes on TV religiously. At 4 years old, I used a small blanket as a cape and flew throughout the house, jumping from the couch to the chair and back again. As far as I was concerned, I could fly and I was going to save the world.
Mighty Mouse was my favorite cartoon and after watching an episode, I would puff my little chest out and yell “Here I come to save the day! Mighty Mouse is on his way!”
All my life I wanted to stand up for the little guy and save the damsel in distress.
Being a superhero was my heart’s desire. When I figured out that TV superheroes don’t really exist, I realized I could still “get the bad guy” as a real-life hero by being a police officer. I knew what I wanted to be when I grew up, a police officer. That was my heart’s desire.
I would like to ask you a question, “What is your heart’s desire? What do you want to be when you grow up?”
You’re An Adult Now
Yes! You’re an adult now and you’ve already grown up. But do you know what you want to be? Do you know WHO you want to become?
My guess is that somewhere between 10 and 22 years old, you forgot who you wanted to become. You forgot not only your dreams, but your destiny. I hope that’s not the case, but so many people do forget. They still do not know what they want to do with their life.
So, what are your dreams? Do you know? Or, over time did those dreams slowly fade into the background of your life?
Maybe you’re living your American dream now. Are you really? Or, are you living the dreams someone else set for your? Maybe your spouse, or your parents, or someone else in your life superimposed their dreams over yours. Are you living YOUR American Dream, or are you living their dream for you?
What is your heart’s desire? What do YOU really want to achieve in life? Who do YOU really want to become?
Perhaps you found just any ol’ job to make ends meet while you attended college. Are you still in that same line of work?
Maybe you are employed in the family business and don’t have the skills for your dream job. Or, are you simply fearful to try something big or something new?
What Do You Love To Do, That You’re NOT Doing?
Regardless of past circumstances, reasons, or excuses, the question remains, Are you living YOUR American dream? If the answer is yes, congratulations! I wish you the best as you enjoy living and fulfilling your destiny.
But, If the answer is no and you are not living your American dream, I hope you’ll allow me to help you rediscover and achieve your destiny. Who you are meant to be is your destiny.
You can become anything you desire–especially in America. This is the land of ultimate opportunity. If you can’t do it here, then it’s not likely you can do it somewhere else. It is right here and right now where you can fulfill your heart’s desire. Now is the time to achieve your dreams.
It doesn’t matter where you were born, how old you are, how much money you have or how educated you are. What matters is that you know what kind of person you want to be and how to get become that person.
Living the American Dream
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See you soon,