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A Dream, Energy, and Goals: UILD YOUR OWN DREAMs OR SOMEONE WILL HIRE YOU TO BUILD THEIRS You know you were meant for great things but even so, it’s so easy to let our goals get sidetracked by fear and resistance. Today I would like to share three necessary steps to building a dream career.👇 - ✔️Imagine. Before any dream can come true, it must first be imagined. Take time to fantasize about your dream business. Forget status quo for the moment and think instead about how your talents, skills, and knowledge can be used to affect positive change around you. ✔️Envision. Before investing a great deal of time and money into any new project, its important to get very clear about how you expect the business to work and precisely which steps you’ll to take to build it. 🤔 ☝️Creating the dream is fun and the inspiration that comes with it can often be enough to propel you forward, into the planning process. Before any architect can build, though, they needs a working blueprint. ✔️Build. When we take the time to dream and envision before we build, we’re able to source energy from an entirely different place. The strength of that energy allows us to create based on our inner truth, and to pay attention to what really matters. - I know you can do it! Let me know what you think!👇 - imagine build succeed millionairementor
A Dream, Energy, and Goals: UILD YOUR OWN DREAMs
 OR SOMEONE WILL HIRE
 YOU TO BUILD THEIRS
You know you were meant for great things but even so, it’s so easy to let our goals get sidetracked by fear and resistance. Today I would like to share three necessary steps to building a dream career.👇 - ✔️Imagine. Before any dream can come true, it must first be imagined. Take time to fantasize about your dream business. Forget status quo for the moment and think instead about how your talents, skills, and knowledge can be used to affect positive change around you. ✔️Envision. Before investing a great deal of time and money into any new project, its important to get very clear about how you expect the business to work and precisely which steps you’ll to take to build it. 🤔 ☝️Creating the dream is fun and the inspiration that comes with it can often be enough to propel you forward, into the planning process. Before any architect can build, though, they needs a working blueprint. ✔️Build. When we take the time to dream and envision before we build, we’re able to source energy from an entirely different place. The strength of that energy allows us to create based on our inner truth, and to pay attention to what really matters. - I know you can do it! Let me know what you think!👇 - imagine build succeed millionairementor

You know you were meant for great things but even so, it’s so easy to let our goals get sidetracked by fear and resistance. Today I would li...

A Dream, Ass, and Driving: Hillary Clinton @HillaryClinton I can't believe racism is still a problem in today's society. 9:59 PM PuN Abl MaMba Rep Gamerscore 31090 O Zone Underground oevaplyro Message Text Hahah you fucking Canadian go sleep in your igloo *me and my uncle sitting on the couch watching football* *me texting a girl I like* “Yeah i’ll slurp spaghetti out of your ass 😜👅” *send* *5 seconds later my uncles phone vibrates in his pocket* *he pulls it out* *stares at the screen for a moment* *looks at me* “What the hell did you just send me?” he says. “What?” *he shows me his phone* *depression* “Explain yourself right now.” “I-I-I must have sent it to you on accident, I swear.” I stuttered. *he stares at me for a moment* “An accident, huh?” *i nod* *he licks his lips* “Well, that’s okay.” *his hand touches my thigh* “Uhh, what.” “Say, nephew. You ever wake up with weird bruises near your genitals?” “Huh? You told me it was a skin condition.” “Yeah, a skin condition called your Uncle.” *he stands up and takes off his belt* “What are you doing?” I ask nervously. “The same thing I do every night at 3:42 am when you’re asleep.” *he drops his pants* “I don’t wanna hurt you boy. Now turn around and take this dick like a man.” *my mind is racing* “RAPE!” I yell. “RAPE!” *my uncle grabs me* “RA-“ *someone shakes me awake* *its my Mom* “Jimmy what’s wrong?” “It was a dream? Mom... Uncle was going to rape me.” “Your uncle? Jimmy, you have to let him go. Your uncle died 7 years ago in a car crash. I don’t blame you anymore for drunk driving. I’m sure your uncle forgives you as well. He’d never rape you in your dreams.” *she kisses me on the forehead* “Goodnight.” *she walks out of the room* *i cry myself back to sleep* (Therapist Notes: After reviewing your sons story, it is apparent he is suffering from mild schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. We are also suspicious of dementia and possibly psychopathic tendencies. As a professional, I would suggest putting Terome into an asylum for now, until he can retrieve better treatment. But I leave that up to you, as you are his mother.) My Mom puts the paper down and wipes a tear from her eye. “What the fuck is wrong with you...” she sobs.
A Dream, Ass, and Driving: Hillary
 Clinton
 @HillaryClinton
 I can't believe racism is still a
 problem in today's society.
 9:59 PM
 PuN Abl MaMba
 Rep
 Gamerscore 31090 O
 Zone Underground
 oevaplyro
 Message Text
 Hahah you fucking Canadian
 go sleep in your igloo
*me and my uncle sitting on the couch watching football* *me texting a girl I like* “Yeah i’ll slurp spaghetti out of your ass 😜👅” *send* *5 seconds later my uncles phone vibrates in his pocket* *he pulls it out* *stares at the screen for a moment* *looks at me* “What the hell did you just send me?” he says. “What?” *he shows me his phone* *depression* “Explain yourself right now.” “I-I-I must have sent it to you on accident, I swear.” I stuttered. *he stares at me for a moment* “An accident, huh?” *i nod* *he licks his lips* “Well, that’s okay.” *his hand touches my thigh* “Uhh, what.” “Say, nephew. You ever wake up with weird bruises near your genitals?” “Huh? You told me it was a skin condition.” “Yeah, a skin condition called your Uncle.” *he stands up and takes off his belt* “What are you doing?” I ask nervously. “The same thing I do every night at 3:42 am when you’re asleep.” *he drops his pants* “I don’t wanna hurt you boy. Now turn around and take this dick like a man.” *my mind is racing* “RAPE!” I yell. “RAPE!” *my uncle grabs me* “RA-“ *someone shakes me awake* *its my Mom* “Jimmy what’s wrong?” “It was a dream? Mom... Uncle was going to rape me.” “Your uncle? Jimmy, you have to let him go. Your uncle died 7 years ago in a car crash. I don’t blame you anymore for drunk driving. I’m sure your uncle forgives you as well. He’d never rape you in your dreams.” *she kisses me on the forehead* “Goodnight.” *she walks out of the room* *i cry myself back to sleep* (Therapist Notes: After reviewing your sons story, it is apparent he is suffering from mild schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. We are also suspicious of dementia and possibly psychopathic tendencies. As a professional, I would suggest putting Terome into an asylum for now, until he can retrieve better treatment. But I leave that up to you, as you are his mother.) My Mom puts the paper down and wipes a tear from her eye. “What the fuck is wrong with you...” she sobs.

*me and my uncle sitting on the couch watching football* *me texting a girl I like* “Yeah i’ll slurp spaghetti out of your ass 😜👅” *send* *5...

A Dream, Click, and Fail: DON'T JUST READ THOSE SUCCESS STORIES CREATE YOUR OWN We all have dreams. We all have goals. We all want to create our success story. And, we all have equal capabilities. But then why only a small percent of the entire human race are able to make it to the top? Why is it that someone like an Elon Musk or Jason Stone 🐼 lol (quick joke) is able to create their success story, while others simply become part of the crowd? 🤔 Ever thought about it? If not, then give it a thought. What is it that these people had in their life that you don’t? 💭 Can’t figure it out? Well, it was simply the will to never settle for less. It was the attitude to keep trying until they reached where they wanted to. It was the continuous struggle to create their success story. Most people give up on their dreams after they witness the initial struggle. It’s quite easy to say that I have a dream. But it’s quite tough to be willing to pay the price in order to fulfil that dream. People who are able to make this sacrifice are able to make their dream come true and create their success story. Boom! 💥 - Your Homework: ✔️Stay motivated. Get high on that motivation! Motivation is what we all need. It is something that keeps us moving towards the ultimate goal. Our brain is vulnerable to failures and setbacks. In fact, the easiest thing in the world is to give up on your dreams once you fail. -Read more. -Follow motivational accounts on Instagram (like mine) -Keep your dreams and goals always within your sight. ✔️Create opportunities. People who make it to the top are the ones who grab even the bleakest of opportunities. And, then turn those opportunities into success stories, rather than waiting for the right time and the right moment. ✔️Stay committed. This one is a must! ✔️Ask the experts. You will not believe how open industry leaders are when it comes to sharing knowledge. The only thing that stands between you and them is the hesitation you have. It might sound too good to be true, but trust me if you have an idea that you think can click, but are unable to find the right guidance . It is worth trying to shoot an email to an industry expert. You don’t lose sh*t! - IF you like this post don’t forget to *double tap* - story motivation
A Dream, Click, and Fail: DON'T JUST READ
 THOSE SUCCESS STORIES
 CREATE YOUR OWN
We all have dreams. We all have goals. We all want to create our success story. And, we all have equal capabilities. But then why only a small percent of the entire human race are able to make it to the top? Why is it that someone like an Elon Musk or Jason Stone 🐼 lol (quick joke) is able to create their success story, while others simply become part of the crowd? 🤔 Ever thought about it? If not, then give it a thought. What is it that these people had in their life that you don’t? 💭 Can’t figure it out? Well, it was simply the will to never settle for less. It was the attitude to keep trying until they reached where they wanted to. It was the continuous struggle to create their success story. Most people give up on their dreams after they witness the initial struggle. It’s quite easy to say that I have a dream. But it’s quite tough to be willing to pay the price in order to fulfil that dream. People who are able to make this sacrifice are able to make their dream come true and create their success story. Boom! 💥 - Your Homework: ✔️Stay motivated. Get high on that motivation! Motivation is what we all need. It is something that keeps us moving towards the ultimate goal. Our brain is vulnerable to failures and setbacks. In fact, the easiest thing in the world is to give up on your dreams once you fail. -Read more. -Follow motivational accounts on Instagram (like mine) -Keep your dreams and goals always within your sight. ✔️Create opportunities. People who make it to the top are the ones who grab even the bleakest of opportunities. And, then turn those opportunities into success stories, rather than waiting for the right time and the right moment. ✔️Stay committed. This one is a must! ✔️Ask the experts. You will not believe how open industry leaders are when it comes to sharing knowledge. The only thing that stands between you and them is the hesitation you have. It might sound too good to be true, but trust me if you have an idea that you think can click, but are unable to find the right guidance . It is worth trying to shoot an email to an industry expert. You don’t lose sh*t! - IF you like this post don’t forget to *double tap* - story motivation

We all have dreams. We all have goals. We all want to create our success story. And, we all have equal capabilities. But then why only a sma...

A Dream, America, and Beautiful: Memphis Black Santa Brings Joy To Across The South People @balleralert Memphis Black Santa Brings Joy To People Across The South - Blogged by @tktrinidad ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Raymond Conley, 65, has been the resident black Santa for the past eight years at Southland Mall and people have been traveling to Memphis to see him. "Not to be funny, but they want to see a black Santa. They come from Texas, St. Louis, Atlanta. They want their kids to see a black Santa," Conley said. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ About 63% of the Memphis’ population is black, according to the U.S. Census and it’s pretty cool to see a Santa that is relatable to the population. The general manager Michael Rixter, of the Southland Mall, agrees, "we have at least 10 calls a day from people asking if we have Santa here.The second question they ask is, 'Is he black?” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ There has been black Santa’s across America since the 1940’s. The Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn got its first black Santa in 2016 for four days, which expanded to nine days this year. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Believe it or not, before Conley donned on the Santa suit, Rev. Larry Lee Love Sr., 66 was the first black Santa in 1997, "Me and my wife were mall walkers. And they were putting up decorations, and advertising Santa, and we kept passing that big, beautiful red-and-white Santa chair with that white Santa, and every time we passed it, seemed like something would come over me." Love said. Back then, Love just worked for the mall, but these days everything is a business including being Santa. Conley works for Cherry Hill Photo Enterprises Inc which puts together the whole Santa experience. The company makes profits off of photo packages and sends Conley two spanking new suits every week. Conley is the only black Santa on their roster, local manager for Cherry Hill, Lyntia Howard, says,” We have a lot of people who come looking for him.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Conley and Love hope to continue being Santa for a very long time and Love has a dream on top of bringing joy to kids,"My only aspiration right now is to be the first black Santa to go to Washington, D.C., and light that 50-foot tall Alberta spruce tree( the National Tree by the White House)" he said.
A Dream, America, and Beautiful: Memphis
 Black Santa Brings Joy To
 Across The South
 People
 @balleralert
Memphis Black Santa Brings Joy To People Across The South - Blogged by @tktrinidad ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Raymond Conley, 65, has been the resident black Santa for the past eight years at Southland Mall and people have been traveling to Memphis to see him. "Not to be funny, but they want to see a black Santa. They come from Texas, St. Louis, Atlanta. They want their kids to see a black Santa," Conley said. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ About 63% of the Memphis’ population is black, according to the U.S. Census and it’s pretty cool to see a Santa that is relatable to the population. The general manager Michael Rixter, of the Southland Mall, agrees, "we have at least 10 calls a day from people asking if we have Santa here.The second question they ask is, 'Is he black?” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ There has been black Santa’s across America since the 1940’s. The Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn got its first black Santa in 2016 for four days, which expanded to nine days this year. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Believe it or not, before Conley donned on the Santa suit, Rev. Larry Lee Love Sr., 66 was the first black Santa in 1997, "Me and my wife were mall walkers. And they were putting up decorations, and advertising Santa, and we kept passing that big, beautiful red-and-white Santa chair with that white Santa, and every time we passed it, seemed like something would come over me." Love said. Back then, Love just worked for the mall, but these days everything is a business including being Santa. Conley works for Cherry Hill Photo Enterprises Inc which puts together the whole Santa experience. The company makes profits off of photo packages and sends Conley two spanking new suits every week. Conley is the only black Santa on their roster, local manager for Cherry Hill, Lyntia Howard, says,” We have a lot of people who come looking for him.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Conley and Love hope to continue being Santa for a very long time and Love has a dream on top of bringing joy to kids,"My only aspiration right now is to be the first black Santa to go to Washington, D.C., and light that 50-foot tall Alberta spruce tree( the National Tree by the White House)" he said.

Memphis Black Santa Brings Joy To People Across The South - Blogged by @tktrinidad ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Raymond Conley, 65, has been the reside...