If we follow English language semantics we’ll not get the juice out of this.
Ask a child about his dream. And most will tell you what they want to get, where they want to go to and money they want to acquire and all these so called personal acquisitions.
Are they wrong?
I go for them. You go for them too.
But have you seen that no man gets bigger by fighting for himself. No man.
Find a course you want to dedicate your life to. Get a job in that sphere. Then keep moving.
Will it be smooth? No. Will it be worth it? Sure, if you persist and learn on the way.
Most employees don’t start with why. We don’t start with a vision. We start with our tummy. Our hunger. Our needs and end there.
The problem is not where we start but where do we go from there.
Finally, I like the words of an African Bishop on this:
Bishop David Abioye:
Thus, use ambition to pursue the vision. I’ll recommend Simon Sinek’s Start With Why.
I think I can do a summary on his two books tomorrow during my Friday book review.