Mentorshiprevolution Question Column 11th Edition📄

Welcome to MentorshipRevolution Monthly Question Column 11th Edition!

Mission Statement : MR is designing a question column because we truly believe questions are the gateway to knowledge and wisdom. We are encouraging our supporters and the people in societies to seek information that can bring about positive change, individual growth, and community growth.

What’s the deal: As of now MR will answer a question every month- that we have all asked at least once in our life, or will ask eventually. We desire for the questions to be asked by the people, but we don’t have a problem creating them. To send in a question please email the question to MentorshipRevolution or leave it as a comment on this website. Enjoy reading this month’s column!

In this specific Question Column I will be spicing everything up🌶 . Stay tuned for what question our founder will be answering!

Question: Why should we risk chasing our dreams?

Answer: Isn’t it risky to not chase your dreams? That is how we can start this conversation.

Chasing your dreams require faith, maturity, street-smarts, intelligence, and consistent action. The come up never happens overnight, though to the rest of the world it appears that way.

And that isn’t anything to gloat over because it is that journey and time in between while chasing your dreams that you discover your true self and find the strength to keep pushing past all the obstacles.

To chase your dreams try following these steps (Mark them off as you go): Answer why you want to chase your dreams, What does chasing your dreams mean to you, What dreams are you chasing, Talk less and do more, Develop a roadmap that you can follow and stick by ( a navigation tool), Keep company with those who love you and appreciate you in the highest forms, Use affirmations daily as a mental tool that wires your brain to think positive and optimally, Step back and take a break from the grind weekly, Don’t share everything you know- be discreet, Have hobbies that reaffirm your passionate self and energize you physically and mentally

I literally just provided one of the best guides on chasing your dreams! Take this- copy and paste it. Carry it around as a guide post that can remind you why chasing your dreams is worth it.

While I want you to chase your dreams and I encourage you to live your dream life. I do have a few warnings for you that will inform you about the reality of chasing your dreams and will help you remain self and stable as possible while doing so. This will be another list you should carry in your tote or book bag:

1. Don’t wake up one day and just say I am chasing my dreams. Chasing your dreams require physical development and mental development ( don’t forget spiritual development). Which takes time. Pay attention to all that is going into your reasoning.

2. Create your own definition of chasing your dreams. Don’t try to follow or imitate anyone else. It will be impossible and chasing your own dreams are hard enough itself.

3. Be both an optimist and realist. This means alot, but mostly it means don’t go crazy chasing your dreams and still have healthy balance and lifestyle. But still be the most positive, happy, and caring person you know.

These are just a few warnings and healthy reminders as you chase your dreams. We all have our own unique path and purpose which determines how our dreams unfold. Stay true to you, take care of yourself, and be alert of world activities and events.

You have reached the ending of MentorshipRevolution Monthly Question Column! This edition has been awesome to write, and I think chasing your dreams is one of the coolest topics to write about. Hopefully you gained a few gems and have found this supportive as you move forward in chasing your dreams. If you would like to tell us one of your stories we can feature you on the website or have you as a guest on the podcast. That is all up to you!


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