commends Whitfield for taking steps to beat the dream-busters.
“It takes great courage to be who you are,” says Ward. A former prostitute and substance abuser, this lawyer and author has built her career around helping others find the courage to be who and what they want to be.
Have the courage to dream. Often, we are afraid to let our minds dream the dream we hold dear because we are afraid of what people might think.
Don’t let fear of failure stop you. Failure is part of the process, but it shouldn’t halt the pursuit of your dream.
Ask for help from those willing to help you. Don’t go to those who keep telling you that you can’t do something. If you meet someone who’s doing what you want to do, ask to keep in contact with them. The worst thing that could happen is that they say no.