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Tuesday, February 17,2015


I'm going to be completely honest

With you guys. I've been on this new found high lately. I am genuinely a dreamer. That's all my thoughts consists of, my aspirations have taken over my consciousness, and I am hungry for success. We all know greed is one of the seven deadly sins, but in this case, I plan to eat and eat until I can't eat anymore; and even then I will slowly chew each bite carefully as I indulge in this buffet of success. I will sit at the table of triumph rubbing my belly as I look over all of the plates I have devoured.

I don't think we understand the mere truth that we can accomplish anything we set our minds to. Many of us are dreamers with no action, dreamers who try a couple of times but it gets too hard, and we give up. Dreamers who get distracted in comparing ourselves to the next person. Dreamers who are more concerned about our neighbor's grass is greener than ours. Don't you think it's time for us to take a step back and reconfigure our mindsets? We are extraordinary beyond measures, but all of our greatness is wasted by having a mindset of mediocrity.


Stop telling yourself you can't and start saying you will. Many of us blame other people for not reaching our goals when in reality no one was stopping you but you. We are so busy worrying and thinking about what may not happen that we create our own self-fulfilling prophecy.


Your thoughts are powerful. Aren't you tired of tearing yourself down? How about you start building yourself up. We get in our own way the majority of the times. Make excuses for ourselves when we don't reach our full potential. Those excuses are just pacifiers that hush our screaming consciousness. It's so much easier feeding our thoughts these lies, so much easier to blame the next person for our own shortcomings, right? When you start to change your mindset you know that there isn't any devil in hell that can keep you from claiming what's yours. Okay, you've fallen ten times.


This will just be your eleventh time getting back up again, and if you get knock down again, you'll get right back up. The harder you go, the harder it gets. Success is an uphill battle, and many of us wanna lesson our load as we travel. Our heavy bags we load on our backs are filled with lessons.

RESILIENCY is what separates a dreamer from a doer.

FAITHFULNESS is what separates a dreamer from a doer.

HARD WORK is what separates a dreamer from a doer.


I guess what I'm trying to say is.......




Ask yourself this, am I a doer or merely a dreamer who's daydreaming have turned into slumber?


With Lots of Love,

XoXo CarrieSierra


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