Get inspired: Don’t waver, think big

There’s no crime in thinking big. In fact thinking is like breathing, it is uncontrollable. But the way we use our brains to think is what differs. Do you know that through a mere thought or idea something excellent or awful could be generated?

There’s no crime in thinking big. In fact thinking is like breathing, it is uncontrollable. But the way we use our brains to think is what differs. Do you know that through a mere thought or idea something excellent or awful could be generated?

The world’s greatest projects, organisations and inventions sprung from just great ideas. Is there a big idea or dream you wish to come true? Do not hesitate; go ahead and think, thinking big is not prohibited. 

Do not waver or fear to think big, fear is a great factor that hinders us from reaching far or accomplishing our goals. A friend of mine once told me that a problem discussed is a problem half solved.

By talking or sharing that big vision, dream and idea, you will find people willing to give you support until your dream comes true. Avoid people who laugh at or discourage you from your plans. Such people are vision killers.

If someone has nothing to offer as far as your dream, vision and ideas are concerned, better look for another who is willing to listen to and support you.

Also, make sure that your thoughts and vision move according to the new trends or developments. Someone once said that if your thoughts are not updated, your life will be outdated. Know how to walk with new transformations.

If your dream or vision is a new invention or discovery, I urge you not to lose hope in ever realising it. Go on and think those big thoughts, don’t be afraid of the unknown.

Waldo Emerson says, “Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where the there’s no path and leave a trail.”

With this quote let me wrap up by telling you that the future belongs to those who walk the talk and who are not afraid of what people might say.

And for better measure I will refer you to renowned author and neurologist Ben Carson’s books on Thinking big. You never know.

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