The Difference Between a Dream and a Writing Goal


Check out this post from the Novelty Revisions Blog that reminds us of The Difference Between a Dream and a Writing Goal

Meg Dowell Writes

Everyone wants something. Everyone dreams of achieving something grand — there isn’t a person on this planet who doesn’t close their eyes in quiet moments and think, “One day I really wish I could be …” Something.

Just because everyone wants to achieve something, however, does not mean everyone will. I’m not trying to be negative here — I do believe that anyone can accomplish anything they want to, if they do what it takes to make it happen. But a lot of people don’t. They get distracted, or they get discouraged. They spend years dreaming of something amazing happening to them, and spend many years wondering, “Why hasn’t it happened yet?”

The answer isn’t a simple one, and it’s different for everyone depending on individual circumstances. But generally, the difference between people who achieve what they want to achieve and those who don’t is often a matter of being…

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