One of the first questions I ask people I work with is "What is your dream?".
Sometimes people have an answer at the tip of their tongues but sometimes it takes a bit to get the dreaming muscle going.
Many of us stop dreaming when we are small, for fear that the dream is unrealizable, or silly, or maybe too hard and not worth it.
Once you can articulate your dream, my next question is "Where did that dream come from?"
Often what people see if that they are living a default dream, a dream they inherited from their parents, society, a Disney movie.
If you are spending your life chasing a default dream, even if you realize the dream, ultimately you will not be truly satisfied and fulfilled because YOU didn't create that dream, it was sourced by an outside force, whether it was a person, group of people, circumstance, problem you wanted to solve or the media.
If you let go of any default dream, what would be there?
What you might see is NOTHING. In the space of nothing you are free to CREATE your dream NOW vs continue to chase a default dream you inherited.
Look for yourself and let me know what you see.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.