Recently Justin and I saw Rachel & Dave Hollis’ movie Made For More.
Look, I’m going to be honest with you. If you need to light a fire under your butt, it’s a great watch.
For me, it sent my brain into overdrive on what I want to do next and how I want to do it and the content I want to bring to you and it was like if Pinterest was verbally cheering for you and giving you ideas at the same time about outfits and recipes and business ideas and book launches and i could go on forever. It was awesome, but overwhelming.
The one thing that struck me the hardest was when Rachel wanted to do a grande finale at the end of her RISE conference but the logistics were hard. Dave instinctually said, “There’s no way.” She probably actually replied in a nicer tone but the phrase was something like, “You don’t get to tell me my dreams are too big.” Dang. I need to say that more often. She found a way and it was epic. It took hours of practice and coordination and talent to pull it off but she did it. No one gets to tell you your dreams are too big if you are willing to put in the time and effort. No one. I think I need to read this message more often and louder. No one gets to tell you your dreams are too big. Push harder, go farther, dream bigger.
cue This Is Me song from The Greatest Showman