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Do You have a Dream?


Do you find yourself sitting at work longing to be somewhere else and doing something you have always wanted to do?

We've all had moments like that and my moment came in 1995.

I can vividly remember the day it happened. I was driving a fork lift for a company that was subcontracted by the printer company, Lexmark.

I had enough of the dreaming. Walked over to my boss and like a possessed soul that had lost control of my own actions I handed her my security badge then walked out the door.

That was 10 years ago and I have never regretted taking that risk and following my dreams.

I didn't know what I would do exactly or how I was going to do it, but I knew in my heart I was going to do it.

Several days past and I signed on to the Internet and started surfing around though I wasn't looking for anything specific.

As I was about to turn off my computer, as if by some cosmic coincidence I received an email with the headline, "Do you want to work from home?"

I read the email, clicked on the ad and the rest as the popular saying goes, was history.

What can you learn from my story?

That whatever you are dreaming right now. Whatever you want to do right now, can come true.

Right now is the moment to take action.

In our fast paced world speed is the car and action is the fuel.

Without action, you will only keep dreaming instead of living your dreams.

Action is the key and I invite you to take action right now on whatever it is you want to do with your life.

What are you waiting for? Live your dreams right now!

About the author:Jason Mann is a profitability consultant for small Internet businesses who specializes in increasing sales through the power of words. Content is king and he can help you put words to work for you. For more information visit http://www.majorprofitmargins.info


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