Newsletter #115 : The Importance of Dreaming in a World of Uncertainty
The power of believing in our dreams is what will keep us going. The argument about whether something is worthwhile is one of the most exhausting and often most common struggles in life. It feels like it never ends, but it does for some people, who learn they don’t have to justify their dreams to anyone else for any reason.
It can be hard at first to remember this when someone close starts telling you what you should do with your future or when somebody who doesn’t know anything about your heart tells you what they think is best.
But if they don’t know anything about your heart then why are they talking?
While many people have dreams they are passionate about, not everyone sees them through.
This should not be a reason to not believe in yourself. You’ve been given one chance to live your life and you should try as hard as possible, regardless of the result.
When we dream, we explore the bounds of our own creativity. When we believe in our dreams, we’re more likely to take action and follow through with them. The power of believing in your dreams is one of the most powerful tools you have as a human being on this planet.
What is the difference between saving and investing?
Saving is where you put your money in something that will get you a return, for example, a bank account. Investing is where you put your money in something where you may or may not get a return on it, for example, stocks.
When it comes to saving, it is still up to the individual what kind of account they want their money to be in and what they want the return to be on it. This could be anything from a high-interest savings account to an online stock trading account. The important thing about saving is that you are making sure that your money will not only keep its value but also do better than inflation which means it has potential for more worth over time due to interest rates and other factors.
QUOTE OF THE DAY :
If you ever need a helping hand, it’s at the end of your arm. As you get older, you must remember you have a second hand. The first one is to help yourself, the second one is to help others.