Monday, September 15, 2014

Capture a Vision, Create a Plan, & Pursue Your Dreams Today! {Free Download}

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I have always been an ambitious person. When people asked me as a teenager what I wanted to do after college, I could list about five different things, possibly more. (Of course, being an author was always at the top of my list!)

Maybe that's why I felt such a drive to pursue writing as a teenager. Since there are so many things I want to achieve in my life, why wouldn't I have wanted to get a head-start?

I don't think enough teenagers realize just how much potential they have. In high school, you have four years to discover your passions, four years to grow in your craft and to pursue your dreams. And yet so many teens don't take this time to their advantage. They assume that they can live on a day-by-day basis, waiting until they are an adult before taking life seriously. 

If you are a teenager, you can be wiser than that. You can tap into your potential. You can jumpstart your career and begin to pursue your dreams today. 

Do you know how much pressure would be taken off of you in the future if you did start today? You wouldn't have to worry so much about career options once you're in college. You would already have a pretty clear idea of what you want to do.

But the only way you can begin is by first capturing a vision, then creating a plan that will help you reach your goals.

The possibilities of what you could achieve in your lifetime--starting today--are endless. 
However, pursuing your dreams can be a bit overwhelming ... especially if you don't even know what you want to pursue.
That is why I am offering this free download. 

This 7-page download will help you: 
  • Discover your passions and talents
  • Choose a career that is suitable for you
  • Capture a vision
  • Create a plan
  • Set goals
  • Break down the process so your dream is achievable
  • Stay motivated, inspired, and focused
You don't have to be the same as others your age. You don't have to wait until you are in college before you wonder what you want to do for the rest of your life.

If you begin to plant your dreams during your teen years, you will notice a harvest much sooner in life than most people. 

However, you can't just give up if you don't see immediate results. You need to continue watering those seeds day-by-day, allowing them to grow, and having faith that one day you will reap the benefits.
There is nothing wrong with dreaming, especially if you're a young person. 
But there will come a time when you need to wake up long enough to pursue those dreams. 
If you are interested in beginning today, print out these pages. I recommend that you keep them in a binder and refer to them any time you may feel tempted to give up, any time you are not inspired, or any time you just need a fresh reminder of your vision.
Ready to get started? Click here to download the pages
Feel free to let me know if you have any questions. I will be happy to assist you in any way that I can! =) 

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What is the one dream that has always been on your heart? Do you have one dream you would like to pursue or multiple dreams?
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  1. This looks awesome! I pinned it, hopefully a few teens who follow me will get to see it :) I wish I had been smarter when I was a HOMESCHOOLED teen. But no, I wasted a lot of time trying to fit in with everybody and working in fast food instead of WRITING. It's kicking my butt now, at age twenty two, but I certainly haven't given up :P

    1. Great, thank you so much!

      That's good you haven't given up. 22 is definitely still young, so at least you're writing now! What genre do you write?

  2. Wow, I really love this. I am in my early teen years, and I already feel like I don't have enough time to do what God has called me to do. My parents have always encouraged my siblings and I to find our calling and purpose from early on, so I really don't have a problem knowing in what direction I'm planning to be going. But still, this looks really great, so I will use it. =)

    1. That's awesome that your parents are so encouraging! Mine have always been really supportive of mine and my sisters' dreams as well.

      Thanks for commenting! I hope you find those pages useful. =)

  3. You are totally right. If you have a dream it is better to work towards it when you are young, have energy and fresh ideas to see it accomplished, most people sadly don´t realize that. Here is some more info on the matter: common mistakes when pursuing your dreams .


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