Lost Dreams

I have never been a spontaneous person. I use to have a set approach to life; very controlled and planned.  In some ways I feel like I’ve been climbing a steep hill and now I have come to the top of the other side and I cannot slow down the pace.  I must move quickly.

I have spent my whole life doubting and speculating all things.  During my Masters I had several business concepts that I was keen to pursue, but I doubted my own abilities and too much time passed.  I let those chances slip between my fingertips.  I am certain that there are concerns that I am moving too quickly and not thinking things through, but I am going on 30 this year.  Time is finite, its now or never.
I am working from a fixed amount of capital which has become a blessing because it instills a strong sense of urgency.  This may be naive, but I do not spend time worrying about when the money will run out.  I just imagine that I have plenty to spare, but am working hard to grow that sum.  My trip to London is a financial investment, but you have to spend money to make money.
I am going to hold a big event in London.  Not sure how I will pull it off, but I know I will!  The event will be held on the 28th July 2013.  I am in the process of brainstorming with friends. I know a normal person wouldn’t even dream to pull off such an event without the present means.  But hey I still believe the impossible is truly possible.

Do not allow too much time between your dream and action otherwise, the dream takes root in you as regret.  Dreams add life and regret takes it away.  Time can both help, but also harm.  Know the difference!

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