She was brave enough to give voice to her dreams, and strong enough to do the work necessary to make them come true. – Queenisms™
For a long time, Queen Cindy wondered why no one knocked on her door and handed her a leading role in a Broadway show. She was going to acting classes, showcasing her work in off-Broadway shows and even had an agent. But she didn’t go the final distance and audition for Broadway shows very often because she had a debilitating anxiety attack at every audition. What she eventually came to realize was that her gift of being able to speak in public was different than her desire to be on a Broadway stage. When she began being herself in front of audiences, most of her anxiety went away. She had to do the hard work of evaluating her dream, adjusting her vision and she is very pleased with the outcome.
Having a dream is a wonderful thing. Giving voice to that dream means admitting to yourself that it’s important to you. Making that dream a reality? Action steps, choices and perseverance are necessary. Have you ever realigned a dream and found something better in the process?