R.J.COLE

What Dreams May Come

In Ambition, Goals, Motivation, Progress, R.J.COLE, Success on September 30, 2011 at 10:46 am

Dear Entrepreneurs,

I received calls this morning requesting that 8 of  my R.J.COLE designs to be shipped immediately to clients for their upcoming red carpet events. I then logged into my blog and my stats read that 5,000 people visited my blog over night while I was sleeping. Soon after I had awakened I received a call from the New York Times and they’ve asked to interview me to discuss the success of blog and today’s business trends. My name is spreading about my success and  word has got out that I recently designed amazing body jewelry for Halle Berry and Lady GaGa. THEN I WOKE UP. Yes, it is all a dream. Does it seem far fetched that I have dreams like this? Kanye West locked himself in a basement every summer producing master pieces and sooner than later he sold memorable beats from that same basement, collaborated on tracks with Jay-Z and now has an album with Jay-Z. “To dream the impossible dream.” Arnold Schwarzenegger was a body builder from Austria and now he is the former governor of California. You must have a dream. What is your dream worth to you?

R.J.COLE is on the Rise

-RJC

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  1. Sounds good to me. I think about things like this everyday. I seems like some people were made to succeed and nothing could stop them. It’s hard to stay motivated to the degree that you need to make your dreams reality but I think it helps if you try to focus on the part of your dream (however small that part may be) that is currently being realized.

  2. What a wonderful post. More than a dream this is a realistic exercise in creative visualization. I can see this for you. Sounds like you see this happening for yourself. Sounds so real.

  3. Hey cuz! I have read a few of your blogs and I feel that you have very interesting thoughts on motivation and ambition. I promise I will read more of your blogs, keep it up!! Like you said, Kanye was locked in his basement, but now he’s locked on the radio.

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