The audacity to dream big

20 Jul

It’s been almost a week since we started enjoying this undisturbed back to back glorious sunshine here in the UK. Yes, it has been very sticky with very hot and uncomfortable nights but I wouldn’t change it for the world. 

I have heard many people complain about the weather, even one of my sons asked me if this heat wave was some kind of a punishment from God. (Lol) 

Why do we complain when we ask for something? Words have power, what you say intentionally or unintentionally will manifest in your life. 

What are you praying and working towards? Are things going the way you desire? Are your dreams bigger than you? The audacity to dream big can only be determined by the words you say. Your circumstances may not match what you are saying, but the fact that you still say it any way takes courage that should never be undermined.  

The story of rags to riches resonates tenacious characteristics of the audacity of the individual who dares to dream big and never allows any bumps on the road to success to stop him/her. 

The resolve to have a mind set that never quits must be applauded, because that individual can only see his/her end goal and does not flinch at the prospect of the journey ahead. 

What are you waiting for, do you have the audacity to dream big? 

I am Magdalene Adenaike, the CEO of Music Relief Foundation (– we run experiential music as therapy workshops for youths. Award winning entrepreneur, inspirational speaker, musician, mentor, artist development coach, author and radio presenter and producer of – Deep Truths. I mentor women especially small business female owners Unearth their Why

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