Your Dream Doesn’t Have an Expiration Date

“Your dream doesn’t have an expiration date. Take a deep breath and try again.” ~unknown

How many times have you felt bound by circumstances out of your control where it seemed as though that dream would never come true? How many times have you said “it’s too late,” “I’m too old?”

I say don’t give up on that dream (or goal) you have plenty of examples where individuals pursued their dreams long after others thought it was too late.

To name a few:,
-Harley David Sanders 65 years old when he started Kentucky Fried Chicken;

-Julia Child wrote her first cookbook at 50 -launching her career as a celebrity chef;

-Anna Mary Robertson Moses, better known as Grandma Moses, began her prolific painting career at 78. In 2006, one of her paintings sold for $1.2 million. Previously, she was a housekeeper and farm laborer.

The list goes on and on including athletes as well.

What dream or passion have you shelved away because you told yourself it was too late? This week I encourage you to spend a few minutes revisiting those dreams and take action. You never know what you may accomplish.

Here’s to keeping your dreams alive!


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