There sure seems to be a lot of prep work involved in following your dreams! By now, we have a goal, a path and a plan, now we need supplies. In order to progress, one must have the proper tools for success. If you want to play an instrument you need to have access to the instrument, as well as accessories: a guitar pick, rosin for the bow, music books, etc.
Take a few minutes and determine what tools you need to get started. If you don't have everything on hand to immediately get started, look for substitutions, or try your social network. If you want to paint, you don't need canvas and oils, you can start with water colors on paper. If you're just starting out, maybe just start with pencil and paper. Practice shading, form, dimensions. Save your money over time, so that when you're good at the small things, spending money on canvas and oil paints won't hurt your pocketbook, and you'll have a head start on the basics.
Above all, time is your most precious resource and the most important accessory you need to pursue your dreams. You need to carve out time in your schedule to devote to your dream. Sure, it's easy to come home after a long day, kick off your shoes and turn on the T.V., but is that really what you want to do with your life? It will take some patience, but you really need to look at your day and figure out when you can focus on the things that bring you joy. If your schedule is too full, what can you cut out? What activities do you currently spend time on that do not reflect your goals? Eliminate the activities that do not bring joy or enhance your quality of life.
If what you're doing isn't following your dreams, why are you doing it at all?
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