Do you have a endless dream that just sits there?

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 There are dreamers and there are achievers.The difference between the two is this!

Action without it a dream isn’t a dream anymore, it is rather termed a fantasy. A dreamer could be a mere wish but an achiever is the one that righteously gives there all. The difference is those who wake up and make their dreams reality. Will Power is needed. Not afraid of failing. Doing what they enjoy. Having Perception, Integrity, Honesty. You attain goals instead of talking about it. Entrepreneurs are People who are unafraid to take calculated risk, a dreamer is the first step of achievers. Dream it,  Do it =Achievers – Risk takers.

Actions…Risks…Will….Leap of Faith.

One sleeps, the other one doesn’t. Mindset, Effort, Implementation, Results, execution!

You don’t need a Beauty Industry, Organization, Magazine, Website or a Major Manufacturer to be an Entrepreneur in the Beauty Industry. You don’t need to follow, or ask for a “Pat on the Head”. Give yourself a “Pat on the back and kick in the ass and go for it”. If you have a dream of your own Book, or Educational video, Hair-Care line, Makeup products etc. Go for it. Surround yourself with like-minded professionals who do it on their own. It’s easy to be negative and scared of the unknown that is a human quality. Men where not afraid to create the rocket ship, time and time they would try to get the rocket to take off. There dream was to go to the moon. Little by little they started to see their short-comings and their achievements. And they persisted and as time went by “Glory B”, they did it. It cost them major amounts of time, money, and a good attitude, and they were not afraid to fail. That is the big clue for everyone reading this post DONT BE AFRAID TO FAIL, embrace your mistakes. There will be a lot of individuals that will tell you, You cannot do it, There’s no need for it, Your wasting your time, Nobody is gonna buy your idea. Those are what I call fatalists, THEY SEE THE PROBLEMS BEFORE THEY START AND CREATE THERE OWN BRICK WALLS, THEY FAIL BEFORE THEY EVEN START. It is easy for them to berate you and offer negative advice, they will drive you down to make you start thinking like them.  Which for some people if you do not believe in your idea it will affect you greatly. Be around other Entrepreneurs learn from them. An Entrepreneur will gladly help you and offer his or her assistance. Because they see and feel the same about your ideas as they once did. They know the passion of the idea. They will gladly help you! But when you decide to follow out your plan, you will walk a lonely road. You will have to have the courage to face what will come to you. And you will have to deal with emotions that will rear their heads up and discourage you, depress you, take motivation away from you, and taking you to the point of giving up. You must walk that road, there is no way around this step, because it is your idea, or ideas, your beliefs that you gave birth too.

10 Steps You Can Take To Guarantee Failure

1. Make your goals vague – When setting your goals, use adjectives such as “more” and “some.” Goals like “I want to make more money” or “I want to lose some weight” virtually guarantee your progress will be minimal. Be as wishy-washy as possible. And while you’re at it, you might want to set a goal of getting a job doing something.

2. Make your goals difficult to visualize – A good way to do this is to keep changing your mind on the details of your goal. If you are thinking a goal such as: “I want to own a red, blue or yellow Corvette or just a Mustang”, then you are definitely on the right track. If you kept that goal planted firmly in your mind, you are virtually guaranteed you’ll never go above a used Hyundai.

3. Think and speak negatively about your goals – Try using words like “I can’t” and “It’s too hard”. Goals such as “I can’t get a promotion, It’s too hard to take on more responsibility” will certainly keep you at the bottom of the food chain. If you can put it in writing or work up enough courage to tell your boss directly, he or she will almost definitely avoid promoting you from that point on. Who knows, you might get lucky and get fired! It’s worth a shot anyway.

4. Avoid planning incremental steps – It’s likely that if you have made it this far you are already following this rule already! Take a goal – even a specific goal like “I will double my income by this time next year”. Then simply leave it as-is. Don’t write down any tasks or steps you’ll need to complete in order to achieve it. Just consider the goal a wish and nothing more. Creating a step-by-step plan will only confuse matters because it’s all too easy to take action on simple steps. Action in the direction of your goal would lead to success and you definitely don’t want that.

5. Don’t Do – Talk – Because talk is easier than action, this step one of the easiest steps for you to take. Try to fill up as much of your day with socializing as possible. Talk about all the things you will do someday or that you were gonna do. Just make sure you don’t mess it up by doing anything productive. Action is your enemy. Embrace your excuses!

6. Wait until you are motivated – Let’s face it, it’s much too difficult to go jogging or open a mutual fund account when you simply don’t feel like it. So just wait. Waiting gives you the peace of mind that someday, you might do something. But not yet, the timing isn’t right and you aren’t motivated anyway.

7. Don’t set a date – Setting a date when you expect to achieve your goal is too much pressure. Who needs it? definitely not you if you want to avoid progress. You know that goals with dates get done, so by not setting a date you avoid making a commitment. You can keep putting off stuff. Even though people may ask “When are you ever going to get around to reaching your target?”, you have a wild card. By not having a date, you can put off actually doing anything.

8. List why it’s impossible – Now we are getting into the mental game of failing. This is quite possibly your greatest weapon against achievement because it destroys hope and optimism. So as soon as possible, set aside some time to create a long list of how impossible your goal really is. No matter what your target is, I am sure you can come up with plenty of reasons why it’s impossible. Be creative, make up some if you have to (i.e. “It’s impossible for me to lose weight because I was kidnapped by space aliens and injected with a fat-serum.”) Bonus: You get extra points if you can come up with an excuse using UFOs, ghosts or the Bermuda Triangle.

9. Don’t research your goal – You’re the kind of guy or gal who likes to “wing it.” Reading about how others have succeeded achieving a goal similar to you is just a waste of time. Instead of standing on their shoulders, they should be standing on yours! Sure, they might have overcome unbelievable odds to get from homelessness to CEO but they were probably just “lucky” anyway. Don’t read anything that promises to help you get to your destination.

10. Think of anything except your goal – Here’s another mental strategy that will put you on the fast track to failure. Think of anything except for your goal. Why visualize success when there’s plenty of clouds, teddy bears, and TV reruns to think about? And while you’re at it, take action on these flights of fancy instead of your goal. I know what you’re thinking…you’re thinking “I wonder if there are any green teddy bears out there?” Now you’re getting it! Focusing on your goal for long periods of time can be difficult and challenging. Thinking about unicorns is easy and fun. Take the easy path, that’s the only way you can fail in record time.

To conclude, I know you might be a bit overwhelmed with all the work you have to do to avoid reaching your goal. You might even think it’s even more work. Never fear! You can do it. Print out a copy and hang it on your bathroom mirror. Post it in your office. Read it every day. Internalize these principles and you can reach depths of failure you have possibly never imagined!

Joseph Kellner