Left to right: Montrie Rucker Adams, fitness competitors – March, 2012.
This site is for you.
Throughout the pages, you will see people, just like you, who had a dream and finally fulfilled it. It was something they carried since they were a child or young adult.
After many years of family, careers and other detours along the way, they are finally living their dream.
So can you.
For me, it was a significant event. For over 25 years, competing in a figure competition had gnawed at me. It was something I always wanted to do…I just never got around to it.
Walking off that stage, taking third place gave me an indescribable feeling. All the hard work, sweat, tears, agony, pain…amounted to that moment on stage with (my planted) fans yelling, lights blaring and cameras flashing.
I did it.
When you were young, was there something in your heart that you wanted to do? As the years rolled on, and you didn’t do it, did that “something” keep nagging at you? Well…
Just do your dream.
It’s not too late. Whatever it is… (as Nike says) just do it.
When I was ten, I decided that I was going to be a business owner. I didn’t know what, when or how, but I knew that after watching my Dad, I wanted to be like him…an independent business owner. It took over 20 years, but in April, 2000 I placed the words ‘Visibility Marketing Inc.,’ a public relations/marketing communications firm, on the office door.
What is your dream?
This site is about dreams—people “just doing” their dreams. It’s where you can read their stories and be encouraged and inspired by them.
If you (or someone you know) had a dream and finally realized it, then let us know. Submit your story here. Some will be used in the upcoming book, Just Do Your Dream, Overcoming Fear, Family and Finances.
As you tell your story, others will be inspired and encouraged to do ~what they were afraid to do ~what they didn’t think they could do ~what they didn’t have time to do ~what someone told them they couldn’t do.
Just do your dream.
What have you got to lose? (but that nagging feeling that just won’t go away).