Yesterday on NPR I heard a story of a man who recording his first album at age 85. His name? Boyd Lee Dunlop; read the article by clicking here. This got me thinking, is this not proof that it is NEVER too late in life to follow your dreams? Yes, you may have responsibility in the form of bills, family, etc, but don’t abandon your dreams….persist. Do what you can now to start evolving your life and yourself to make room for your dreams.
Did you always want to be a chef? Well, start cooking classes and volunteer at the homeless shelter where they need people to cook in large quantities. Did you always want to live in France? Well, learn French first. Ask Santa for Rosetta Stone and find the local French ex-patriate group in your town or city and become active with them. Save all of your change each day in your “Live in France” jar and deposit that money into a separate account when the jar is full.
Yes, yes, some will question you or think you’re crazy, but they can’t live your life – that’s your job. DO. WHAT. MAKES. YOU. HAPPY! Do what’s fun, like Susan Spencer, CBS correspondent, who is learning to ride a unicycle because…it is enormous fun!
Good luck; we can’t wait to hear what fantastic things you have planned for now!