Have you ever wondered why our dreams seem to slip through our fingers? It could be because we unknowingly project our fears and doubts onto them.

By asking ourselves, “What if?”, we set ourselves up for failure before we even begin.

But what if there was a way to break free from this self-sabotaging cycle?

By creating healthy boundaries between our reality and our dreams, we can start to see the possibilities unfold before us.

No longer will our fears and doubts overpower the potential of achieving our dreams.

Instead of reacting to life’s events, it’s time to take a proactive approach. Imagine being a visionary, shaping the life you truly want and actively moving towards it.

Embrace the excitement of becoming a problem-solver in your own life.

If you’re curious to learn more about the ways people sabotage their dreams, keep reading.

Together, we can unlock the secrets to living a life filled with limitless possibilities. 

You’re Too Busy To Focus On Them

We all are busy—but how much of your busyness do you spend taking action toward your goals?

It’s easy to feel busy when you’re checking emails, writing, running errands, etc., but let’s face the truth, these things will not bring you closer to your dreams. 

It’s too easy to get so busy with the work that we don’t really move toward the completion of things that matter.

That’s why instead of sabotaging your dreams because you think you’re too busy, you have to make your dreams a priority. Set aside time every day to do things that will bring you closer to your dreams.

You can always respond to that e-mail after you’ve worked on your dream. 

You Think It’s Too Difficult

How do you see your dream? Is it something you find too difficult for you? Do you feel like you don’t have the abilities and resources to make it happen? 

If you ever find yourself seeing your dream as something too difficult, take small steps that will take you closer to your dream.

For example, if you want to run a marathon, but you haven’t started yet, why don’t you start running five minutes every day?

Work your way from there until you pick up the pace and build the momentum that will bring you closer to your dream. 

You Think No One Has Done It Before

This kind of thinking has killed a lot of dreams.

It’s a pessimistic commentary and one’s negative inner voice that feeds this kind of lie. 

If you ever catch yourself thinking that your dream is unattainable simply because no one has done it yet, create a plan that is doable for you and get started on it.

It’s easy to say that you can’t do it only because you haven’t seen anyone do it yet—but who said that you can’t be the first to do it? Why do you have to wait for other people to make it come true when you know for yourself that you can? 

Remember, if you want to make your dreams come true, all you need to do is start.