There are times — and for many of us, 2020 has been filled with them — where we feel like giving up on our dreams.
There are a lot of reasons for that feeling. It might be simple frustration or dissatisfaction with the world at large, causing us to feel like our old goals are now meaningless. It might be that changes in the world have seriously altered the path we expected to take going forward. It might be that we simply feel a much stronger desire to be cautious with our next steps rather than taking a leap and trying something big and new.
Whatever might be the root cause of that change of heart, the end result is the same. The dreams we’ve been chasing for months or years no longer seem realistic or important, and we feel like giving up on them.
I know this feeling very well. Late last year, I came up with a great idea for a book that I would describe as a good…