Inspiration: You have a dream too.

Recently I had the honor and privilege to serve as the keynote speaker for Northern Michigan University’s Dr. Martin Luther King annual program.

When I was booked for this engagement by the college administrator I immediately became ecstatic. I was excited because this was going to be my opportunity to tell the audience all about Dr. King’s dream which ultimately transcended into his legacy.

However, after pondering on this notion www.priceofcialis.com for a bit, it dawned on me that I had to bring more to the table.

The “more” that I wanted to bring to the table was the notion that Dr. King had and dream…

And guess what?

You have a dream TOO!

So in this short piece I want to encourage you to:

    1. pursue YOUR dream,
    2. live YOUR dream,
    3. and most importantly BE YOUR dream!

 

Far too often we embrace dreams that celebrities have for themselves. Consequently, we become “star struck” while failing to realize that we can become a star too if we birth OUR dreams!

Below is a media clip of me speaking at Northern Michigan University. It will inspire you to BE YOUR dream because you have a dream too!

Comment or connect with me to let me know your thoughts!

Watch it here!

Yours in inspiration,

“Man of Inspiration”

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