Why Most People Will Remain Failures
Listen to this if you do not want to fail in life. The plumber at the end of this post read this book, or in this case, listened to it.
Most people will remain failures in achieving their dreams when they come to reality with themselves. Do you believe I am being harsh? I do not feel that way, because there are many people who pretend to be happy, and know when they sleep at night that they are unsatisfied with how their life is going. They long to be what they truly wish they could be, financially free, a musician, a poet, or something usually related to the arts, and now end up having to work as office manager at some restaurant chain. I personally do not know many people who wish to be office managers at random chain stores. Many people who want those careers are those who eventually wish to own their own corporations or own that corporation or rise to the corporation’s top management. Overall, there are not that many people who strive for that to be their end gain.
When starting off as children, many people I know say something cute like “I want to be an astronaut” or “I want to be president of the United States.” Obviously, the president of the United States dream may be something their dad spurred into the atmosphere, so the young girl or boy may inevitably not want to be president. The dreams change as they age further. As times move on, many children end up becoming the future doctors and lawyers, as is the case with those professions, whose members are determined to be those careers at a young age. Many hope to be something like a food taster or a national blogger, only to have their dreams shot at a young age by reality. Who determines this reality? People who had their dreams shot themselves, which is not limited to teachers and parents. The same parents who told their children to express their imagination are now the same parents who say that you need to be “real”.
I advise that you soul check, because that is a pain to deal with. How can the same parents lift their children up only to send them back down again? You want the children to achieve their wildest dreams, only to end up becoming something they do not want, such as a middle manager or a cashier. You let them become the street sweepers and janitors, knowing that they do not want to become that as a profession. If you want your children to be happy, it is best to give them the confidence and the assurance that you are here to watch them and keep them aspiring to achieve their dreams. As long as you are able to give them the confidence they need, you should be able to allow them to achieve their dreams, even though you believe they should stay “realistic”.
I personally believe that people should strive for what they want to achieve, no exceptions. If you want to be a poet, you need to do whatever it takes to be a legitimate poet. I have been able to make passive income, also known as cashflow, while being able to be a blogger. There are many people who become legitimate bloggers and can make a good income, such as Pat Flynn off of Smart Passive Income, so you can do the same. There is so much opportunity in the world to become what you want to be. After all, you hold the keys to what you want to be.
Follow this blog to get the advice and words you need to become a better version of yourself. While you are listening, you will see me grow and learn from my mistakes, because it is important for you to become a big voice in the world. As long as you listen to this blog, be sure to grow yourself. I would not like to grow, and you are left in the dust. I personally believe you can become somebody great if you are willing to put in the reps needed to become a great. Be sure to hit me up if you would like me to possibly return your email with some kind words. We can make it together.
By the way, just to not throw shade on those in some undesirable professions, it turns out there is a millionaire plumber in Bakersfield right here.