yeah. I meant it with a little sharpness to it. The reason is that it’s usually possible to accomplish SOMETHING towards your dreams – thus turning it from a dream into a plan.

yeah. I meant it with a little sharpness to it. The reason is that it’s usually possible to accomplish SOMETHING towards your dreams – thus turning it from a dream into a plan.

Even if you cannot act, you can draw out a preliminary set of steps that you COULD follow “if” you had some contingencies in place.
And you can have multiple plans too.
If you see part of a plan that is “too big” you can then break it down into subtasks and subtasks of subtasks until there’s something that you actually can do immediately that will bring you closer to the goal you have.
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That said, I’m terrible at making plans. But what I _can_ do is see a far off goal and do something towards it quickly. But heavily detailed plans are something out of reach for how my brain works. I could never answer things like “What do you want to do in 5 years?” and still can’t, but I’ve learned that’s actually a common ADHD trait that’s kind of wired in and can’t be wished away but only worked around.
So the harshness is mostly directed at myself or perhaps totally, but yes, you picked up on it.

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