Would You Dare to Dream Like Kids?

Kids have no fear of success compared to adults. They dream to become someone. They have imagination, create something and they pretend to become someone. They dare to dream. They have a self-belief and they create things. As you grow up, you become more afraid of failures. You always say “What if” and you prefer security. It doesn’t mean that if you do nothing, you are secure. You may be secure now but you risk your life in the future. If you avoid risks now, you will face the risks in the future. You can’t avoid risks forever, you have to face it and learn to manage the risks. I believe that we all have dreams but we are too afraid to take actions and we have doubts. Have a self-belief, don’t be afraid to work for it, good things will come if you have positive attitude. Let the video below remind you how positive and cheerful you were when you were a kid.

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Viviana

Hello, I'm Viviana, working with small business owners and individuals who want to create a fulfilling business or a career by monetizing your passion, purpose and personal values. Believe in yourself to create the perfect lifestyle in life and business you want to have and expand your capacity.

  • Fida Abbott says:

    Sometimes we need to learn like the kids. Dream like they want to be someday.

    Btw, It’s so grateful to see Enthusiasm decorate your profile video and your blog.

    Btw, I like your new blog template.

    All the best for us.
    GBU
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    • Viviana says:

      Hi Fida, thank you for stopping by. Yes, we both daydream and hope it will be real someday if we take action. Children dare to dream while adults are afraid to dream because they’re afraid of failures.

  • Encouraging our children to engage in critical thinking tasks and in open ended play will boost confidence which will hopefully encourage each individual to have self confidence throughout life. Making informed choices based on logic, reasoning, and experience will encourage risk taking…

    • Viviana says:

      Hi Donna, thanks for your comment. Nurturing from the childhood is the early step we can to encourage them to dream and take risks.

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