Hold On Tight To Your Dream

- POSTED ON: Oct 17, 2012

We all have dreams.

Some are for tomorrow, some are for next week, and some are for years from now.

 Dreams and hopes live in the heart.
They are uniquely us, and have the potential to result in who we become.
It is within our ability to realize many of them by listening to our heart and completing some necessary steps. Reality today was a dream or hope sometime in the past.

A dream and a goal are two different terms that help in our task.
The dream is the final destination and the goal is the path leading to it.

One dream can have many goals or directions and strategies that help us accomplish it.
Each goal is a small step toward the finalization of the dream.

Maintaining our focus on the dream   
instead of the short-term goals will enable fulfillment and satisfaction.
While achieving goals offers a sense of satisfaction, it doesn’t provide ongoing motivation.
The real power of each goal comes from its connection to the appropriate dream.

We have the ability to take many of our dreams out of fantasy and convert them into eventual reality by setting realistic goals and constantly reviewing our process to stay on track.


One of my dreams is
to maintain my body in the "normal" weight-range
for the rest of my life.

We all have dreams.
But in order to make dreams come into reality,
it takes an awful lot of determination, dedication, self-discipline, and effort.

We can choose to Hold on Tight to our Dreams.

Leave me a comment.

Please Login to comment on this blog.

Existing Comments:

On Oct 18, 2012 wrote:
Great Blog....My Dream this time is to maintain a chosen weight. My Goal this time is to achieve the chosen weight and enjoy my dream. In short, "As you wander on through life my friend; keep your eye upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole".

On Oct 18, 2012 Dr. Collins wrote:
             John, may both of our Dreams come true.

<< Previous Blog
Search Blogs
DietHobby is a Digital Scrapbook of my personal experience in weight-loss-and-maintenance. One-size-doesn't-fit-all. Every diet works for Someone, but no diet works for Everyone.
- View 2019
- View 2018
- View 2017
- View 2016
- View 2015
- View 2014
- View 2013
- View 2012
- View 2011

Mar 01, 2020
DietHobby: A Digital Scrapbook.
2000+ Blogs and 500+ Videos in DietHobby reflect my personal experience in weight-loss and maintenance. One-size-doesn't-fit-all, and I address many ways-of-eating whenever they become interesting or applicable to me.

Jun 01, 2019
DietHobby is my Personal Blog Website.
DietHobby sells nothing; posts no advertisements; accepts no contributions. It does not recommend or endorse any specific diets, ways-of-eating, lifestyles, supplements, foods, products, activities, or memberships.

May 01, 2017
DietHobby is Mobile-Friendly.
Technical changes! It is now easier to view DietHobby on iPhones and other mobile devices.